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    • 4
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      This hotel is superbly positioned in an iconic Jersey location- just a few minutes walk from La Corbiere lighthouse....
      16 Aug 2018read review
    • 5
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      This was our second stay here and it was as good as before. The staff are all very friendly and make you feel welcome. We would definitely go back.
      14 Aug 2018read review
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      The Undercliff Guest House is a comfortable, friendly retreat in a quiet bay on the north coast of Jersey....
      19 Jun 2018read review
    • 5
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      Hotel is in a great spot fantastic views. Staff are very welcome and friendly and nothing is any bother to them. They got to be doing something right as we gave been back 5 times....
      19 Jun 2018read review
    • 5
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      Thank you for a peaceful, refreshing stay....
      12 Jun 2018read review
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Car Hire Companies In Jersey

At the end of 2006 there were 104,537 cars registered in Jersey, and coupled with the small narrow lanes and low speed limit can make driving around a slow process. However driving gives added flexibility and is a convenient way of exploring the many tourist attractions in Jersey.

With many hire cars available and cheap fuel, driving makes sense on the tourist attractions that are further away. Driving in Jersey takes place on the left-hand side of the road, the same as in the UK, but there are a few differences.

Traffic lights in Jersey change from Red to Green with no amber in between, a yellow line across a road means the exit of a minor road and you must give way, and a 'filter in turn' sign means take your turn with other vehicles in joining or crossing any stream of traffic. The maximum speed limit in Jersey is 40mph, and you should avoid using the Green Lanes roads with their 15mph speed limit.

Parking can be difficult near popular attractions or in town. Here are some parking rules you need to be aware of: A single yellow line parallel to the kerb or roadside prohibits parking day and night. Parking on St. Helier streets and in most public car parks is paid for with parking cards, which can be bought at the Sand Street car park or from any shop or garage that display the parking card symbol. On some roads on the outskirts of St. Helier, parking is free but controlled by parking discs, available for £2 from the St. Helier Town Hall or the St Brelade and St Saviour parish halls.