Official State Car - Jamaica


The Governor-General of Jamaica is driven in a Mercedes-Benz S600 bearing the Jamaican flag and the flag of that office. Its license plate is "GG1". The Prime Minister of Jamaica is driven in a dark blue BMW 5 Series . The Prime Minister's car uses a civilian license plate and bears the Jamaican flag. The car of the Prime Minister is unarmoured. The Governor General's S600 is armoured.

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