First of all try to know your vehicle and learn which equipment is where and make sure you learned these well. While you hold the steering wheel, make sure that your hands are in the position of 9:15. When you begin to drive, focus completely on the road. While you wait for traffic lights, make sure that your takeoff gear is on 1. If you make your takeoff with a possible different gear, this could cause your vehicle to stop.
When you are en route in traffic, always control your distance from the vehicle in the front. Calculate your stopping distance as 3 seconds in dry roads and 6 seconds in slippery roads. Do not forget that in the case the vehicle in front applies the brakes all of a sudden; your vehicle crashing that vehicle from the back will make you faulty. One of the most important subjects regarding ideal driving is to use cyclic car.
You should implement the upshift action on the appropriate speed. When you upshift, do not drive in low-speed. Stepping on the gas for increasing the speed suddenly or applying brake to stop suddenly is both risky and increases the fuel consumption.
Always take notice of the traffic signs. Please take care of keeping your maximum speed within the limits stated in traffic signs.
Do not forget; in the case you are liable to traffic ticket by exceeding speed limits, you will pay for those tickets.
You can easily reach to your destination with the help of map. All you need to do is to click the link below, thus you can learn the itinerary and the distance.
Dalaman Airport Road renewal works have ended completely. Most part of road renewal works of (D555) Dalaman Fethiye highway (D 400) is completed and only 4 kilometers of work has remained beginning from 15 kilometers from Göcek to Fethiye.
Drivers should take notice of traffic signs and signals because of road works between Atakent crossroads and Çatalarık of Dalaman - Fethiye highway (D 400).
Dalaman – Marmaris double highway roadworks has ended as of the end of 2013. There is only a little part of the roadworks remained at the entrance of Marmaris. We shall continue to give information about this subject livingly.