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    The worst scooter accidents on holiday in Greece


    Greece is a popular holiday destination for tourists all over the world. Boasting historical sites, stunning beaches and incredible food, it’’s no wonder many people choose Greece for their summer holidays. If you’’re travelling to the Greek Islands this summer, you may be thinking about exploring. Here are some tips to help you stay safe and avoid scooter accidents on holiday in Greece.

    If you have been involved in travel accidents in the past, and you were not at fault, why not call Accident Advice Helpline and let us help you claim the compensation you deserve.

    The worst scooter accidents on holiday in Greece

    Many tourists choose to explore the wonders of Greece by hiring a car or a scooter. If you’’re thinking of hitting the roads on your travels, here are some of the worst scooter accidents on holiday in Greece and some tips to help you steer clear of travel injuries and road traffic accidents.

    • Fatal accidents: travelling by scooter carries a higher risk of fatal injuries than travelling in other vehicles, as there is very little protection for the body. If you fall from the scooter at speed, or you collide with another vehicle, there’’s no shell or chassis to protect you from the impact.
    • Collisions with other vehicles: collisions with other vehicles are among the worst scooter accidents on holiday in Greece. If you’’re driving in Greece, you may encounter cars, lorries, farm vehicles, buses and tourist coaches.
    • Loss of control: losing control of the vehicle is one of the most common types of scooter accidents on holiday in Greece. Most people who hire scooters aren’’t used to driving them at home, and they can tricky to handle, especially on uneven and rocky terrain.
    • Speeding: driving too fast increases your risk of road accidents abroad, not only because it gives you less time to react, but also because it raises the risk of losing control over your scooter. If you crash at speed, you’’re also more likely to suffer serious car crash injuries.

    To reduce your risk of scooter accidents on holiday in Greece pay attention to the speed limit, stick to well-lit roads and follow the rules of the roads.

    Claiming compensation for accidents abroad

    If you’’ve been injured abroad or you’’ve been involved in a car crash which wasn’’t your fault, call Accident Advice Helpline now on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile. We could help you to claim no-win, no-fee travel accident compensation.

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    Date Published: August 1, 2016

    Author: Accident Advice

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