Presentations from the 2015 National Road Safety Conference are now available to view/download from the conference website, along with a selection of photos from the two-day event.
Doctors must inform the DVLA if a patient continues to drive against medical advice, according to new guidance from the General Medical Council (GMC).
A new study by the Transport Systems Catapult (TSC) suggests that young people are more likely to embrace autonomous vehicles.
Brent Council has agreed a cabinet report which paves the way for local communities to regularly convert their streets into car-free play areas for their children.
The Honest Truth campaign has today (26 Nov) unveiled a new road safety resource for primary school children, in support of Road Safety Week.
Today (23 November) marks the start of Road Safety Week 2015, Brake’s flagship annual event to promote safer road use across the UK.
The ill-effects of in-car music and how to adapt and modify playlists for increased young driver safety will be discussed at the Young Driver Focus 2016 conference in London on 20 April 2016.
Two experienced and long serving practitioners were recognised for their contributions to road safety at the National Road Safety Conference in Nottingham last week (18-19 Nov).
A roundup of all the other latest road safety related news.
- Penalty points costing UK motorists dear (2)
- Kickstart for Blaze Burner - the ‘best back light for bikes’ (2)
- Training course launched to improve roadside safety (0)
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Statistics & data | Teenagers | Vehicles & Technology | Young drivers
THINK! Country Roads Campaign
To raise awareness of the dangers of country roads, THINK! has partnered with a local farmer to turn potential hazards into helpful hazards.