How to avoid dangerous travel on the roads of Costa Rica
There are more than 6,000 miles of road in Costa Rica that are not marked as safe for cars, and more than half of those are roads that are off-limits to the public.
A travel advisory issued Friday by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) advises Americans traveling to Costa Rica to take extra precautions.
It also warns of road closures due to “high winds, heavy rain and extreme temperatures.”
The road closures in Costa Rico are expected to last through mid-November, but there are a few spots on the road that can be dangerous for people who have an injury or are otherwise in need of medical attention.
If you’re heading to Costa Rico, here are some tips to stay safe.
Don’t be afraid to get out of your car.
The road is paved and has little traffic.
If you have to walk, it’s easy.
Don’t worry if you can’t get back to your car or if it’s raining hard, because you can park your car in a parking lot or on a dirt lot.
The road is a paved highway and it has no traffic lights, but it does have a number of red lights, so people can slow down to look out for them.
Also, the road is very bumpy.
There are several sections of it that have been graded.
If that’s not enough, the pavement is also littered with rocks and debris that can make you slow down.
The roads are also dangerous for drivers.
Some roads are very wide, so you need to look carefully.
And if you’re driving in the rain, you may want to check your vehicle’s temperature to make sure it’s OK to drive in the carpool lane.
Driving in rain is not recommended, and driving at night is not allowed.
If the road does get wet, you need a waterproof jacket.
If it rains on the highway, you might want to be extra careful.
You need to wear rain pants, long-sleeve shirt and long-tipped shoes.
The highway is paved in several sections and it is possible that some roads will have to be washed several times.
If this happens, you can use a hatchet or shovel to remove dirt from the road surface.
The area around the highway is often very muddy and is a good place to check the road for debris.
The weather can change quickly in Costa Rican areas of the country, and the road can be wet and slippery.
The worst-case scenario is that there will be a sudden change in weather that could cause the road to be slippery, slippery, or even muddy.
If it rains, don’t try to drive into the road.
Don`t be afraid of falling or getting hurt.
If the road becomes slippery, stay on the right side of the road and try to turn your car so that you are facing the road, not the other way.
There is also a very good chance that the road could turn into a highway for the first time during a drought.
So don`t rush out into the rain.
If there is a sudden drop in water, you`ll be in a dangerous situation.
If driving in a rainstorm, the vehicle needs to be able to withstand some of the water that falls on it.
You should wear a good hat and long gloves and be prepared to carry a shovel.