Driving in Puerto Rico

Last week I came back from a conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico. I attended the American Psychology and Law Society conference. Of course, I learned a ton and it was a great cultural experience, but we’ll get to that in a later post.

First, I want to test your driving skills. Well… What I really want to test is your ability to get around in Puerto Rico. Think you can do it? Let’s see!

Although Puerto Rico is an American territory, the majority of their traffic signs are in Spanish. So if you are planning on vacationing in sunny PR make sure you brush up on that EspaƱol.

Can you tell me what the following traffic signs are asking you to do?

A)

PARE

B)

ESTACIONAMIENTO PARA VEHICULOS DE EXCURCIONES 8AM-6PM

C)

ESTACIONAMIENTO RESERVADO - $500.00 MULTA

D)

CARRETERA EN CONSTRUCCION ADELANTE

E)

NO ENTRE

A) Stop B) Parking for Tour Vehicles 8am-6pm C) Road Construction Ahead D) Reserved Parking – $500 fine E) Do Not Enter

And just in case you were wondering what the price of gas in PR might be… Here it is… (Note: The prices are per LITER -not gallon!)

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Hello! My name is Jessica Garcia. I am an Arizona native and have moved to the greater Boston area to attend graduate school at MSPP. I graduated, summa cum laude, from Arizona State University (the Barrett Honors College). I received my Bachelor of Science in Psychology. I am currently a 1st year Clinical PsyD student, doing my practicum at FMC Devens. On a more personal note, I love music, theater, reading, learning new languages, and my little dog.
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2 Responses to Driving in Puerto Rico

  1. noclegi w szczawnicy says:

    very, very live in puerto rico

  2. Shaun says:

    Wow there are crazy fines in Puerto Rico.

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