213 motorists in Wales are still legally driving despite having 12 penalty points on their licence, according to figures obtained by the BBC.
In the lead up to its bi-annual print run, the publisher FirstCar has unveiled details of two offers to road safety teams.
The fourth UN Global Road Safety Week will be held 8-14 May 2017, with a focus on speed.
Two long-standing road safety officers have received the London Road Safety Council’s distinguished service award.
The Vale School has seen its youth travel ambassador scheme for children with special needs acclaimed with the 2016 London Road Safety Award.
British Cycling has called on the Government to open up countryside paths to cyclists in England and Wales in a bid to encourage more people to travel by two wheels.
More than three quarters of UK drivers want the motor industry to be more proactive when it comes to highlighting vehicle safety features - but few currently prioritise safety in the buying process.
One of the Fringe sessions at the 2016 National Road Safety Conference will comprise five varied presentations all based around speed management.
A roundup of all the other latest road safety related news.
- Research centre publishes AEB fitment guide (14)
- ABD calls on Government to end speed awareness courses (12)
- Andrew Jones retains responsibility for road safety (0)
- DVLA reports £93m loss in revenue following abolition of paper tax disc (3)
- Know your limits before driving abroad: GEM Motoring Assist (4)
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This new video, aimed at helping older drivers to stay safe for longer, has been produced by GEM Motoring Assist.