If you're planning to drive while you're travelling, make sure you check the local road rules and licence requirements.
Driving on the other side of the road through a major city could be a big task if you have never done it before, so assess your confidence and make sure you're comfortable driving under potentially different road rules in foreign driving conditions.
You may hold a valid Australian Licence but it may not be recognised in another country. Consider getting an international drivers permit, as they're often a requirement for renting a car in many countries.
In destinations where mopeds are popular, such as Thailand, you may be driving a moped, motor scooter, motorcycle or quad bike, you should read up on the details of your coverage on our PDS, and be aware of the rules you need to adhere to when using these vehicles overseas.