Accident Advice Helpline Launches Traveller’s Guide to Driving Etiquette
Accident Advice Helpline is keeping drivers safe and compliant with an interactive creative that provides the lowdown when it comes to getting behind the wheel on foreign roads. Designed to offer motorists a useful insight understanding of road rules in an array of different countries, the Traveller’s Guide to Driving Etiquette is a must use tool for holidaymakers planning to drive abroad.
David Carter, Director of Marketing at Accident Advice Helpline said, “One of the biggest risks of driving overseas is the failure to understand local driving etiquette. As well as accidents and collisions drivers can also find themselves facing non-compliance fines for simple and easily avoidable offences. Both can categorically ruin a holiday. We developed the Traveller’s Guide to Driving Etiquette to offer holidaymakers easy and instant access to local road rules, at their fingertips.”
Rules and regulations vary from country to country and motorists that aren’t aware of local driving etiquette can quickly find their holidays turning sour. For example, in India drivers can be slapped with a seven year jail sentence for running over a cow. In France vehicles must house a self-breathalysing kit, in some US states foul mothed drivers can earn themselves 90 days behind bars, in Spain bespectacled drivers must legally carry an additional pair of glasses and in Thailand, going topless while driving, can rack up a hefty fine.
To help holidaymakers enjoy stress free driving experiences abroad Accident Advice Helpline has created the Traveller’s Guide to Driving Etiquette. Now, drivers can access a wealth of international driving information with just a few clicks of the mouse. From travel blogger tips, videos and road rule shockers, the guide offers drivers insider information that only the locals know about.
Taking advantage of the platform is easy thanks to the interactive user friendly interface. To explore local driving laws browsers simply click on the country of their choice to view a multitude of content.
Established in 2000, Accident Advice Helpline provides access to justice and injury compensation to victims of non-fault accidents. Accident Advice Helpline is the UK’s largest personal injury specialist law firm and is recommended by consumer champion Esther Rantzen. The company offers free claim assessment and all claims are run on a 100% No-Win, No-Fee* basis. Accident Advice Helpline is advocating greater on-road awareness with the development of its innovative new Traveller’s Guide to Driving Etiquette.
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Contact: Rebecca Appleton
Tel UK: 01623 428996
Tel US: 917-720-3025
To find out more about Accident Advice Helpline and start utilising the Traveller’s Guide to Driving Etiquette, go to: http://www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk/driving-etiquette/
*Subject to insurance costs. Fee payable if case is no pursued at the client’s request.