Carmudi warns of driving violations, fines across 18 countries    

Driving can be a thrill but if you have too much fun on the road, be prepared to pay big or even see the insides of a prison cell. Country’s fastest growing online car classified Carmudi has compared traffic violations in different countries in terms of their penalties and presented them in an info-graphic.

Ashiqur Rahman, Country Manager of Carmudi Bangladesh said, “Driving in an unfamiliar terrain can be dodgy. Sometimes traffic rules that are pretty flexible in your own country can cost you a fortune in another. At Carmudi, we want you to be prepared for your next road trip abroad and avoid unnecessary penalties. This info-graphic gives you a thorough insight into how huge the disparities can be between the 18 different countries Carmudi operates in.”

Ignoring traffic rules is one of the main reasons for road accidents and traffic jam in Bangladesh. To solve this problem, the Infographic- Driving violations and fines across 18 countriesimportance of enhancing awareness on traffic rules and fines is undeniable.  Keep in mind that, even driving in a familiar environment can get you into trouble if you don’t pay attention to that country’s general rules and regulations. When hitting the road abroad, a fine can also be disproportionately higher! A very low fine of around 3 USD (BDT 300) for driving at excessive speed in Bangladesh quickly evolves into 20-763 USD (BDT 1,500-58,000) in Germany. For details visit  www.carmudi.com.bd .

About Carmudi

Carmudi was founded in 2013 and is currently available in Bangladesh, Cameroon, Congo, Ghana, Indonesia, Ivory Coast, Mexico, Myanmar, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, United Arab Emirates and Vietnam. The vehicle marketplace offers buyers, sellers and car dealers the ideal platform to find cars, motorcycles and commercial vehicles online.

About APACIG

The Asia Pacific Internet Group (APACIG), a joint venture of Rocket Internet and Ooredoo, is the leading internet platform in Asia, supporting some of the top internet companies in the region. Founded by Rocket Internet in 2014, the APACIG’s mission is to promote innovation and entrepreneurship throughout Asia Pacific, as well as to support the development of a vibrant online culture. The APACIG’s network currently consists of 10 companies, operating in 15 countries.


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