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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

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    Safe running routes around London

    Packed with both business and tourist traffic, London can be a nightmare for runners. Running along some routes means the risk of being hit by a car, no matter how careful you, are is ever present. There are, however, some reasonably safe running routes around London. Here are some of them.

    Safe running routes around London

    The following routes are not only exceptionally scenic, the fact that they see very little to no traffic means they are also considered to be fairly safe. Covering a variety of different distances and elevations, as shown in brackets, these safe running routes around London include the:

    • Thames ‘Escape the City’ Run (distance: 12.3 miles, elevation: 299 ft)
    • Four Royal Parks Run (distance: 6.5 miles. elevation: 304 ft; some traffic should be expected at Hyde Park Corner)
    • Richmond Park Run (distance: 7.2 miles, elevation: 378 ft)
    • Hampstead Heath Run (distance: 3.6 miles, elevation: 400 ft)
    • East London Towpaths Run (distance: 6.2 miles, elevation: 183 ft)
    • Regents Park Run (distance: 3.3 miles, elevation: 213 ft)
    • Bushy Park Run (distance: 6.1 miles, elevation: 152 ft)
    • Victoria Park Run (distance: 4.8 miles, elevation: 187 ft)
    • Battersea Park Run (distance: 1.8 miles, elevation: 63 ft)

    More detailed information on these safe running routes around London can be found at

    Staying safe

    Even when not taking these reasonably safe routes, runners can do a great deal to help prevent being involved in a road traffic accident, including, for example:

    • Wearing high visibility clothing
    • Running on the right side of the road, ie. towards traffic
    • Keeping an eye on the road ahead of them to prevent falling in front of traffic due to slips and trips 

    Taking particular care when the necessity to cross roads arises is obviously of utmost importance if personal injuries are to be prevented.

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    Running nightmares

    Should the unexpected happen and you are injured in a traffic accident, you may be eligible to make a personal injury claim if:

    • Your traffic-related accident was caused by another road user
    • You sustained your accidental injury within the past three years

    If these conditions apply to you, Accident Advice Helpline car accident claim experts can help you get the compensation you are entitled to. Call us on 0800 689 0500 from any landline, or on 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, today to find out how we can assist you.

    Date Published: August 1, 2016

    Author: SM Content

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