In Case of Accident: The accident should be reported to the police or gendarnerie. That report has to be certified by the nearest local authority. The owner should apply to the Customs Authority with her/his passport and report. If the vehicle can be repaired, it is necessary to inform the custom authority first and then take the vehicle to a garage. If the vehicle cannot repaired, and if the owner wishes to leave he country without her/his vehicle, she/he has to deliver it to the nearest customs office and the registration of her/his vehicle on her/his passport will be cancelled. Only after the cancellation can the owner of the vehicle leave the country.
- Traffic Police (Trafik Polisi) Tel: 154
- Police (Polis) Tel: 155
- Gendarmarie (Jandarma) Tel: 156
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I just want to thank you and your staff for the great time we had in that 3-days tour, around Cappadocia. Wonderful places, nice weather and people.
We will keep a very nice memory of that trip. Also the tourist guides driving us visiting places were well prepared and helpful to give us any details of those places.
(only one little drawback: no tourist guide in the half-day we spent in Ankara, but ok it is not a big issue)
So, thanks again for your support.
Andrea PASCHETTA / Italia