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Liberia currently does not have a highly networked public transportation system. Therefore, getting around Liberia will likely require the use of a rented vehicle. Taxis and private cars are available for hire for at least US $10.00 per hour.

Domestic air transport is an effective conveyance means for travelers wanting to get to regions that are impassable by cars during the rainy season. Presently, Liberty Aviation is the only company providing domestic air transport services. The flights are currently chartered for approximately per flight at US $2,000 by helicopter or plane. James Spriggs Payne Airport in Sinkor is an important domestic airport. Sea transport is generally used to transport cargo, however some boats carry passengers.

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