A bereaved mum is supporting a Road Safety GB North East campaign which urges motorcyclists to slow down and anticipate the mistakes of other road users.
Brake is encouraging schools to register for its annual Giant Walk which this year takes place on 15 June.
A new report by the Independent Transport Commission has highlighted a ‘dramatic decline’ in the levels of walking among children, in part due to concerns about road safety.
The London Road Safety Council (LRSC) has unveiled a new campaign which uses humour to convey road safety reminders.
Volvo Cars has announced what it describes as the UK's most ambitious autonomous driving trial which will include ‘real families’ driving on public roads.
A BBC News report says that while new regulations for child car seats are in the pipeline, no decisions have as yet been made as to when and if they will definitely come into force.
The Institute of Advanced Motorists yesterday (27 April) rebranded as IAM RoadSmart in a move to become a ‘champion for all road users’.
‘Turn off technology for safety’ is the message from the Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT) ahead of its annual Child Safety Week (6-12 June).
A roundup of all the other latest road safety related news.
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The British Horse Society (BHS) has published a video showing drivers how to pass a horse.