Safe Driving in Scotland and the Highlands
We often get asked about driving on the narrow Scottish Highland roads and also about single track roads with passing places. So we thought it would be useful to come up with a handy leaftlet that you can download to view on your journey or print off to have with you.
If you hire a motorhome from us we will discuss driving on single track roads in your handover before you take the van on your holiday. There is also a copy of this leaftlet inside your motorhome information booklet.
There are a few simple rules to follow when driving on narrow highland roads or single track roads, most of all its about being safe and courteous, always be aware of your surroundings and remember that you may well be on holiday soaking up the scenery and going at your own relaxed pace but there are local people that still need to go about their daily business, so always allow overtaking or pull in to let the traffic continue, you will have a much more enjoyable journey without another car on your bumper!
Safe travels and most of all enjoy your adventures and our beautiful land.
Download or print a copy if the leaflet HERE
- Safe Driving
- North Coast 500
- Inverness and Loch Ness
- The Cairngorms, Aviemore and Surrounding area
- Isle of Skye
- The West Coast - Ullapool to Argyll
- Northern Highlands
- Moray and Aberdeen
- South Scotland
- Orkney and Shetland
- The Western Isles
- Whisky Trail
- Scottish Campsites
- Scottish Wildlife
- Walking/Hill Walking/Climbing
- Travel Links
- Our Community
From initial contact, through to dropping my campervan off in Inverness, and soon after, picking it up with a newly installed Webasto Diesel Air Heater, I've been very impressed by the professional and highly friendly service that Highland Campervans offered. It would have been foolish of me to not to 'shop around', but their quick and informative responses along with competitive prices and being able to carry out the work before I took the van to the Alps this autumn meant that going with them was a no brainer. Many thanks, Ken