Getting around safely
However you intend to get around on holiday, you need to take extra care. Using public transport abroad can provide many challenges and, if you’re hiring a car, motorcycle or bicycle, you need to be aware of your rights and the risks. These articles will provide useful advice on what to look out for and what to do if you have an accident.
Many holidaymakers use public transport or hire vehicles when they are on holiday or are engaged on business abroad. This brief guide tells you what you should be looking for when making those arrangements: Using Public Transport Always use reputable major transport companies! Ensure that you obtain the terms of carriage, and travel documentation before you travel, unless it is provided t... READ MORE 17 May 2009
Traffic accidents are the major cause of injury and death among travellers whilst on holiday abroad. Whether you are a pedestrian or if you intend to drive, please read the following guidelines: If you are a driver or pedestrian always check on local traffic regulations. Beware when walking on roads, as many roads abroad do not have pavements. If you have to walk on the road, always walk f... READ MORE 9 January 2008