One of the first things you notice when working in Kuwait is the driving culture on the highways, and it’s not good.    ·          In 2013, deaths from road accidents in Kuwait where 18.7 / 100,000 compared with the UK and Australia at 2.9 and 5.5 per 100,000 respectively. (WHO, 2013)    ·          In 2014, 461 people died in traffic accidents (Kuwait Times, 2015), or 11.5 per 100,000    ·          The Kuwaiti government is fighting back with ‘Traffic Campaigns’ as reported in The Times (2015) “Kuwaiti authorities fined 45,553 drivers in one week for non-compliance with traffic rules. Campaigns launched throughout the country’s six governorates have also netted 21 expatriates who will be deported for driving without licences.”

One of the first things you notice when working in Kuwait is the driving culture on the highways, and it’s not good.

·      In 2013, deaths from road accidents in Kuwait where 18.7 / 100,000 compared with the UK and Australia at 2.9 and 5.5 per 100,000 respectively. (WHO, 2013)

·      In 2014, 461 people died in traffic accidents (Kuwait Times, 2015), or 11.5 per 100,000

·      The Kuwaiti government is fighting back with ‘Traffic Campaigns’ as reported in The Times (2015) “Kuwaiti authorities fined 45,553 drivers in one week for non-compliance with traffic rules. Campaigns launched throughout the country’s six governorates have also netted 21 expatriates who will be deported for driving without licences.”

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   No Tomorrow  - Your driving  choices , ..... will have  consequences !

No Tomorrow - Your driving choices, ..... will have consequences!

  One of the first things you notice when working in Kuwait is the driving culture on the highways, and it’s not good.    ·          In 2013, deaths from road accidents in Kuwait where 18.7 / 100,000 compared with the UK and Australia at 2.9 and 5.5 per 100,000 respectively. (WHO, 2013)    ·          In 2014, 461 people died in traffic accidents (Kuwait Times, 2015), or 11.5 per 100,000    ·          The Kuwaiti government is fighting back with ‘Traffic Campaigns’ as reported in The Times (2015) “Kuwaiti authorities fined 45,553 drivers in one week for non-compliance with traffic rules. Campaigns launched throughout the country’s six governorates have also netted 21 expatriates who will be deported for driving without licences.”
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Final_L9162188.jpg
   No Tomorrow  - Your driving  choices , ..... will have  consequences !

One of the first things you notice when working in Kuwait is the driving culture on the highways, and it’s not good.

·      In 2013, deaths from road accidents in Kuwait where 18.7 / 100,000 compared with the UK and Australia at 2.9 and 5.5 per 100,000 respectively. (WHO, 2013)

·      In 2014, 461 people died in traffic accidents (Kuwait Times, 2015), or 11.5 per 100,000

·      The Kuwaiti government is fighting back with ‘Traffic Campaigns’ as reported in The Times (2015) “Kuwaiti authorities fined 45,553 drivers in one week for non-compliance with traffic rules. Campaigns launched throughout the country’s six governorates have also netted 21 expatriates who will be deported for driving without licences.”

No Tomorrow - Your driving choices, ..... will have consequences!

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