Road Safety

Road safety recommendations

Road safety: no more injuries or stars on the tracks.

Traffic accidents are one of the highest rates of deaths in Colombia, according to figures from the Road Prevention Fund, in 2013 these events left 5704 dead and 39,318 wounded.

Here are some safety tips on the tracks:

  • Respect the speed limits on the road.
  • Carry a first aid kit.
  • Perform-mechanical technician to your vehicle inspection before a road.
  • Avoid overcrowding in your vehicle.
  • Assume that anything can happen, that is to prevent the risk.
  • Do not make improper overtaking.

The mobility rules also include pedestrians

  • Observe signs, signals and indications of the agents.
  • Pay attention to inputs and outputs of the garages.
  • If you go several people together, try walking in a row.

In Colombia are kidnapped people from all walks of life and all ages. You could be a victim of kidnapping. Here are some tips to avoid it.

Avoid giving unnecessary personal details pollsters.

Maintain good relationships with the security agencies. If possible, implement agile and reliable monitoring mechanisms with family, neighbors and surveillance authorities.

Stay aware of your surroundings, especially when you board your vehicle, park or get home.

No deposit your money in one account, distribute your capital in different banks.

If you feel you are chasing, avoid routes that regularly take, find alternate routes to your destination.

When you are traveling, report only to your family and the people needed for your absence.


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