Never Drive in the Wrong Direction
Driving in the wrong direction can lead to a tragic accident that involves other innocent people.
Never drive in the wrong direction.
Expressways are one-way
Check the direction of traffic indicated on road signs and on the road surface.
If you accidentally head off in the wrong destination or go past your destination, continue driving and exit at the next interchange.
Do not make a U-turn on the main road or near a tollgate.
If you see a car going in the wrong direction
Report by calling 110, contacting staff at a rest area or toll booth, or using an emergency telephone at a rest area. If calling from a mobile phone or smartphone, ensure that a passenger (not the driver) makes the call.
We provide information alerts about cars going in the wrong direction.
Information signs and highway radio immediately broadcast the information.
If you see or hear information about a wrong-way driver, slow down, maintain a safe distance from other vehicles, and drive in the left-most lane.
If you see a driver going the wrong way in front of you, stop on the shoulder or a similarly safe place to avoid a collision.
- Wrong-way drivers almost always tend to drive in the passing lane.
When driving in the wrong direction is most likely to occur
Driving in the wrong direction is more likely to occur under certain conditions. Understand these conditions in advance and make every effort to drive safely.
Near service and parking areas
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