Cuba’s major highways are in good condition, but other roadways invariably have potholes. A more relevant concern is the lack of signage – or even officially named roads – that often confuses travelers. Driving around Cuba is absolutely doable, but taking the lack of direction into consideration, as well as the lack of other services such as gas stations, repair stations, or places to stop for food and water along the way – is essential.
When driving in the countryside, watch out for roaming livestock and other animals.
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