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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."

    Esther Rantzen

    Injury claim lawyer in Horrabridge

    Safety Tips on Long Car Journeys – Injury claim lawyer in Horrabridge

    Taking a long car journey isn’t necessarily any more dangerous than taking a shorter one. Although you are on the road for longer, if you keep your wits about you and know what you are doing then you should be perfectly safe. The risks with long car journeys are precisely because of the length of the journey – such as the vehicle getting overworked, you getting overtired or not knowing the area as well as when you are at home. These tips should help you to be completely safe on a long car journey.

    Check Your Vehicle

    Before you head out on a long journey you should give your car a thorough once-over to make sure that it is up to the journey. This means checking petrol and water levels, looking over the tyres to check both the tread and the pressure, and making sure all lights and windscreen wipers are working. If there is anything about the car that makes you uneasy then speak to a mechanic before you head out.

    Plan Your Journey

    If you know where you are going then you will be less likely to get into an accident while you are trying to work out which way to turn. You shouldn’t have to check maps or plan routes when you are already on the road, so plan a couple of routes which you can take just in case anything goes wrong. If you have a sat-nav then programme your chosen route into that so you don’t even have to look at anything.

    Take Another Driver

    For really long journeys it can be helpful to take another driver with you so that you can swap over at various points in the journey. This will prevent you from becoming too tired while you are driving, or just losing concentration on the road. Just make sure that your other driver has been put on your insurance first! If using another driver is not possible then you should take plenty of breaks and rests. Although this may make your journey that much longer, it will also make it that much safer.

    Talk to an Injury Claim Lawyer in Horrabridge if…

    If you have an accident on the road which is not your fault or caused by any of the factors listed above then you should get in contact with an injury lawyer in Horrabridge as soon as possible. You may be entitled to compensation for your accident and any injury you have suffered. Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 to speak to the friendly, helpful team, who will let you know if your claim is likely to be successful and if so pass you onto an injury claim lawyer in Horrabridge who will be able to handle your claim. You will be able to check in with your injury lawyer in Horrabridge at any time, as the helpline is open 24/7.

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    Date Published: 25th September 2013

    Author: David Brown

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