Country-Specific Reports

ASIRT collects, analyzes and produces comprehensive road safety information for travelers in the form of country-specific Road Travel Reports (RTRs) and Road Safety Reviews (RSRs) for more than 130 countries. For more information on ASIRT Membership that includes access to reports, please contact: asirt@asirt.org or 240-249-0100.

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Know Before You Go

The safest traveler is the well-informed traveler. Prepare yourself by learning about country-specific road safety conditions, accessing ASIRT road safety resources, and becoming a member of one of our road safety programs for:
Individual Travelers and Families
Study Abroad Offices
Nonprofit organizations and Missions
Corporations and Employees

Download Free Road Safety Information

View Country Reports and Safety Tips including Road Travel Reports (RTRs), Road Safety Reviews (RSRs) and graphic tips that ASIRT writers collect as they update country information. Register or login, then scroll down to download free road travel information about:

  • Peru
  • Tunisia
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • New Zealand
  • Saudi Arabia
  • South Africa
  • and others.
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    ASIRT Report Content

    1. Road Conditions
      • Vital statistics
      • Road information
      • Road obstructions
    2. Road Environment
      • Urban travel
      • Rural travel
      • Seasonal travel
    3. Transportation Options
      • Bus, taxi, rental vehicles, bicycles
    4. Regulations
      • Driving rules
      • Police enforcement
      • Emergency process
    5. Behaviors
      • Driver behaviors
      • Pedestrian safety
      • Passenger safety
    6. Language Tips
      • Key safety phrases
    7. Emergency Information
      • Medical care
      • Embassy contacts
      • Emergency services
      • Hospital information
      • Disaster preparedness

    Road Travel Report Data Sources

    • AllAfrica.org
    • Embassy information
    • Foreign and Commonwealth Offices, Travel Advice
    • Government transportation department data bases and publications
    • International newspapers and television
    • International tourist boards
    • International Road Federation
    • Road crash fatalities and injuries databases
    • Scientific articles
    • Travel guide books and websites
    • United Nations agencies
    • United Kingdom, Department for Transportation
    • World Bank
    • World Health Organization
    • Asian Development Bank (ADB)
    • European Road Assessment Program (EuroRAP)
    • International Transport Forum (ITF)
    • InterBaltic
    • Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
    • Joint OECD/ECMT Transport Research Centre, Country Reports on Road Safety
    • Performance
    • United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)

    Disclaimer

    ASIRT provides road safety information as a service to the traveling public. RTRs are intended to represent general road conditions, driving environments, quality of public transportation, medical care and emergency response. ASIRT updates RTRs on a regular basis. However, due to mitigating circumstances, such as the impact of weather conditions, construction, new legislation, and, in some countries, the lack of reliable data, our updates may not be entirely accurate. For additional information on a specific issue, contact the embassy in your destination country.