|Saint Vincent and the Grenadines|
|Road network length||580 km|
|Length of highway network||0 km|
|License plate code||WV|
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is an island nation in the Eastern Caribbean, part of the Lesser Antilles. The country has 120,000 inhabitants and the capital is Kingstown. See Saint Vincent and the Grenadines population density.
According to ABBREVIATIONFINDER, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines consists of the main island of Saint Vincent and a number of smaller islands to its south, the Grenadines. Further south is Grenada, further north Saint Lucia. Barbados lies to the east. The capital, Kingstown, is on the island of Saint Vincent, as are most of the other inhabited places. The island measures 30 by 15 kilometers and is mountainous. The La Soufrière is the highest point with 1,234 meters.
The country gained independence from the United Kingdom in 1979 and is a democratic country. Income is $10,000 per capita, but there are structural problems such as high unemployment. Bananas are the main export product.
You drive on the left and there is a small 600 kilometers of paved road, and there are no motorways. The capital Kingstown is little more than a large village, and the road network consists mainly of single carriageways that are narrow. There is no clear main road network in the country.
There is no road numbering in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
Little is known about any signage. It may be after a British model.