It’s Road Safety Week from the 20th- 26th November. The theme for 2017 is “Speed down, save lives”. The campaign focuses on reducing speeds and encouraging people to drive slower.
New figures released by the Department for Transport (DfT) have shown that there has been little improvement in the number of people killed by drink drivers on our roads each year.
Do you know the dangers of drinking driving? Think before you get behind the wheel this Christmas time.
Blind spots can be a problem for both stationary cars waiting to move off as well as cars moving along a road changing into a different lane. Making additional checks before undertaking any manoeuvres in your car is absolutely essential, and could save someone’s life.
Winter weather can present some perilous driving conditions on our roads, and with winter fast approaching, we all need to ensure that we are equipped for any conditions the weather throws at us. Wind, rain, snow and ice can all pose a real problem for drivers and it’s important that we know what to do when these conditions hit.
We’ve looked at some common areas where people are often caught drink or drug driving unaware and do not realise the risks involved in getting behind the wheel of their car.
This week is Road Safety Week. Here’s our A to Z of staying safe on our roads.
Winter weather can cause lots of problems on our roads, from ice and snow to foggy conditions reducing visibility, road traffic accidents are much more common in the winter months. It is important that people familiarise themselves as to how they should be driving and what they should be doing in different weather conditions.
15th November 2015 is World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims. Having seen the devastation that road collisions cause, we are keen to promote this special day to remember those who have suffered.
Do your children know the safest way to cross the road? Our helpful guide gives hints and tips to make the school run safer.