Famous in the world map for the lowest rates of traffic fatalities, Norway wins your confidence bringing strict traffic rules. The country has strict rules against using mobile phones while driving, keeping headlights on throughout the day, absence of safety gear in car as well as specific tyres to be used in the car. One survey found that 91 percent of Norwegians wouldn't drink any alcohol at all if driving.
If you are driving in Germany, you will feel like travelling on the seventh heaven. Completely automated systems regulate the functionalities of the road. Nearly 8000 miles autobahn network has dynamic speed limits which are again adjusted to traffic and weather conditions. Whether you're in a section with a speed limit or not, Germany keeps roads safe with strict rules, including stringent vehicle inspections, obligatory third-party liability coverage, and a point system that keeps dangerous drivers off the road. All cars must carry specific safety and first-aid equipment, and switch to snow tires in winter - or face steep penalties. The roads in Germany are maintained by high-tech road scanners and contain freeze-resistant surfaces. You might just want to slow down to enjoy the drive.
The Ten Commandments for safe driving issued by Pope Benedict has worked magically to set strict traffic rules in the country. Now, Italy has raced from a position as one of Europe's more dangerous places to be on the road to one of its safer options. New laws introduced heftier fines for driving with blood-alcohol levels of 0.05 percent or for being on the road without a reflective safety vest in your car. Now, convicted drug users have their licenses revoked if they are caught driving under the influence of drugs. Whether it's the new traffic laws or the might of the Pope's car commandments, deaths on Italian roads have decreased 43.7 percent in the last decade.
If you wish to drive through some of the most wonderful natural elements within a stipulated time span, Panama would spellbind you with its mesmeric natural wonders. 1000 miles of coastline, 954 species of birds, and 1500 islands - everything is found in an untainted condition. Some of the best Latin American roads, four lanes pan American Highway passing by the Western side of Panama, bestows the city with some awe-striking scenic views. There has been a 47 percent decrease in road accidents between 2010 and 2011 according to the National Department of Transit, and continuing efforts are underway to improve roads, plus plans to install helpful road signage toward sites of interest to visitors.
One of the safest places in the world to enjoy driving, forgetting all worries of getting hit by the fellow riders. Canada is the second option next to US, ideal for the first time drivers. 12 out of 13 states of Canada use English for road signage other than Quebec, which has French road signage. The chances of being killed on the roads while driving in Canada is 8.8 in 100,000. Just remember here the road signs are in kilometres, not miles.