The Mongol Rally is a very dangerous thing to do and you should not underestimate the risks. People who have partaken in the Mongol Rally in the past have been severely injured, paralysed or have even lost their life.
Take this warning seriously.
You will be driving long distances across unfamiliar terrain that can be very dangerous. Driving a small, unsuitable vehicle increases the risks. Road traffic will also be much more chaotic in some of the countries you may drive through.
You may find yourself waiting for a very long time at some borders. You are completely at the mercy of the countries authorities. You may find yourself missing flights or having your visas run out.
The Rally poses a high risk to your health and it is likely you will be travelling hours or days away from any medical assistance. It is also likely that the medical assistance you do receive will be very different from the treatment you would expect at home.
Some of the countries you will drive through are unstable, and in the past ralliers have found themselves in countries involved in serious conflict.
The Mongol Rally is not a holiday. It is completely unsupported and in signing up you are agreeing that you understand the huge risks involved.