Guam

GHSA maintains data on state laws surrounding a number of highway safety issues. Below is information regarding laws in Guam. Please note that GHSA does not compile any additional data on state laws other than what is presented in these pages. For more information, consult the appropriate State Highway Safety Office.

  • Alcohol Impaired Driving

    Penalties

    Increased Penalty for High BAC Administrative License Suspension on First Offense Limited Driving Privileges During Suspension Vehicle and License Plate Sanctions
    From .08 to .10      

    Ignition Interlocks

    Discretionary

    Other

    Open Container Laws Repeat Offender Laws Alcohol Exclusion Laws Limiting Treatment
    Yes Yes No

     

  • Bicyclists and Pedestrians

    Bicycle helmets required for all riders.

  • Child Passenger Safety

    Child Restraint Required

    Under 4 yrs in child safety seat

    4-11 yrs and under 4'9" tall in child restraint or booster seat

    Adult Safety Belt Permissible

    12 and older (or 4'9" or taller)

    Maximum Fine for 1st Offense

    $100

  • Distracted Driving

    Hand-Held Ban?

    Yes. Primary law.

    All Cell Phone Ban?

    School Bus Drivers

    No

    Novice Drivers

    No

    Text Messaging Ban?

    All drivers. Primary law.

  • Motorcyclists

    Helmets required for all riders and passengers under 18 and drivers licensed for fewer than 3 years.

  • Seat Belts

    Type of Law

    Primary

    Who Is Covered?

    All riders

    In What Seat?

    All

    Maximum Fine for 1st Offense

    $100

  • Speeding and Aggressive Driving

    Guam does not have any interstates. The maximum speed limits for cars and trucks are: 35 in rural area; 15 in residential areas; and 15 or 25 in school zones.

  • Teen and Novice Drivers

    Full Privilege Minimum Age

    No data

    Learner Stage

    Minimum Age (Years/Months)

    Minimum Duration (Months)

    Required Supervised Driving Hours (Night Hours)

    16 No data No data

    Intermediate Stage

    No data