While grey fleet mileage is often unavoidable, there are many ways a company can reduce its risk and cost. Andrew Ryan reports.
The UK’s single-carriageway A roads are not fit for cyclists and building segregated cycle routes should be the Government’s priority for roads investment.
Brake has announced the details of its annual UK Fleet Safety Awards, held in Birmingham.
Brake has been supported by Arval to deliver a series of nationwide training courses in 2018 to help companies improve the safety of their at-work drivers.
Theresa May said she will ask the DfT to look into the issue of graduated driver licensing in response to a question from Jenny Chapman MP at PMQs
Brake has named the date for its annual Fleet Safety Conference, held at the Birmingham Conference and Events Centre on May 25.
Road safety charity Brake is calling on fleet operators to crack down on driver distraction after finding that more than a third of fleets do not monitor the safety risk.
Enforcement of new, tougher laws on illegal mobile phone use at the wheel stalled just one month after their introduction, according to figures obtained by Brake.
Road safety and breakdown organisation GEM Motoring Assist wants to see personal responsibility at the top of this week’s casualty reduction agenda.
Kwik Fit is taking part in Brake’s road safety event, Speed Down Save Lives, for Road Safety Week during November 20-26.
Brake estimates that poor eyesight is linked with approximately 3,000 casualties a year and 1.8 million drivers have vision below the minimum standard.
One in five (20%) patients admitted to trauma centres were involved in road crashes in 2016 according to new figures obtained by Brake.
Road safety charity Brake has published a report in collaboration with Ambit aimed at helping fleet managers and HR professionals reduce their grey fleet risk.
One-third (32%) of motorists do not know what the motorway speed limit is but 60% believe people drive too fast on them, a study released by Co-Op Insurance has found.
Appy Fleet is to donate up to £10,000 to charity to promote safe driving for fleet employees as part of this year's Road Safety Week (November 20-26).
BriteAngle has become a co-headline sponsor of UK Road Safety Week, which takes place from November 20-26.
Dr Will Murray, who passed away suddenly last year, has been recognised for his dedication to road safety.
Figures from the DfT show that 1,792 people were killed in collisions last year; up 4% since 2015 and the highest annual total since 2011.
A coalition of road charities and organisations is urging Android, Microsoft and the GSMA (Groupe Spéciale Mobile Association) to include an 'opt out' driving mode as standard across mobile handsets.
Road safety charity Brake has commended the Licence Bureau for running interactive road safety sessions with sixth-formers.
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