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The World Health Organization estimates that more than 300 U.S. citizens die each year because of road accidents abroad and thousands more are injured. The majority of injuries and fatalities on the roads in developing countries do not involve motor vehicle occupants, but pedestrians, motorcyclists, bicyclists and non-motor vehicle occupants.
To be safe on the roads abroad, investigate local requirements for driver’s licenses before leaving home, and research information about road permits and auto insurance. The State Department warns travelers to learn the rules and laws of the road in other countries because they can vary significantly from those in the United States. Other countries may not permit right turns on red, as we do in most of the United States, and may impose much more severe criminal penalties for driving under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.
Here are some other steps to take before you go:
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