- Drivers nor passengers should ever admit fault at any location other than safely back at the office/compound with a security officer present. If a driver or vehicle is at fault, it should be settled by insurance.
- National regulations may require a vehicle to come to a full stop and wait for a police report before a vehicle can move after an accident. The need to stop should be context specific, however - if the area is unsafe, large crowds are gathering, or local law doesn't require it, vehicle may choose to move to a safer location.
- Payments and negotiations for damages should never occur on the scene, nor should they be undertaken by the driver or occupants. All exchange of money and negotiations should occur in a safe location, and between authorised persons following the regulations of the law and respective insurance companies.
The following are considered useful links related to road safety:
Special movements vehicle movements that require special planning and organisation.
Sites and Resources
- UNECE Road Safety Special Envoy
- WHO Road Safety Strategies
- WHO: “Save Lives” A Road Safety Technical Package
- FIA Foundation
- Occupational Road & Fleet Safety Guide
 Adapted from MSF Checklist for vehicle rental.