Ramsey is a small market town in Huntingdonshire and driving around the area includes tackling many different types of roads – any of which could give rise to an accident and leave you searching for a lawyer who works for no win no fee* on Ramsey cases by calling Accident Advice Helpline on their 24/7 hotline. Here is a selection of the roads that you may use as you are driving to and from Ramsey.
Using a lawyer who works for ‘no win, no fee*’ on Ramsey cases for a motorway accident
The M1 and M11 pass close by Ramsey. You may not realise that motorway driving is a skill that all new drivers need to master. Crucial to this is maintaining a safe distance between your vehicle and the one in front although knowing how to change lane safely at speed is also vital. Motorway driving can become very tedious and for this reason driver fatigue is a real issue and can result in people having to search for a lawyer who works for no win no fee* on Ramsey cases. To prevent drowsiness drivers should:
- Not drive when they are tired
- Avoid driving at night
- Take regular breaks by stopping to get fresh air and a coffee
- Share a long drive with a companion
Using a lawyer who works for ‘no win, no fee*’ on Ramsey cases for an ‘A’ road accident
‘A’ roads are the main type of road in Britain’s transport system and so are the location of many accidents – the A141 passes near to Ramsey. Accidents occur where drivers do not take due care and attention. This is especially true of overtaking – the driver can misjudge the time that he or she has to pass the slower vehicle. Other vehicles may pull out into the path of an overtaking car.
Using a lawyer who works for ‘no win, no fee*’ on Ramsey cases for a country lane accident
The roads directly leading to Ramsey are country roads have their own fair share of hazards such as:
- Domestic/farm animals like sheep and wild animals like deer and foxes can run out in front of motorists and cause accidents
- Cyclists like country lanes and can frequently be found cycling in groups – which causes drivers to brake suddenly to avoid them
- Local people can be guilty of driving too fast – they know the road!
- Tractors and other slow moving agricultural vehicles can cause obstructions
- Mud on the road can make the road surface slippery and make it more difficult for the motorist to stop
- Ice and snow may not be cleared away as country lanes are usually the last to be gritted for ice and cleared of snow
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