The Government is being urged to honour a commitment made in its road safety action plan to increase the penalty for not wearing a seatbelt.
Road safety organisation, GEM Motoring Assist is calling for new ways of assessing whether a driver is medically fit to hold a licence.
FedEx Express have announced the appointment of Karen Reddington as its new regional president at Fedex Express Europe and chief executive officer at TNT.
Fleet managers are being warned of the increased likelihood of distracted driving when drivers get behind the wheel again after the coronavirus pandemic lockdown.
GEM Motoring Assist has welcomed Government plans to improve the safety of smart motorways, but warned motorists still face being stranded in the road.
Fleets and their drivers are being warned to be wary of the dangers of being tired behind the wheel, by GEM Motoring Assist.
Drivers should book an eyesight test in 2020, says GEM Motoring Assist.
GEM Motoirng Assist urges visibility for all road users this winter.
Fatal and serious drink-drive casualties have reached their highest level since 2010, according to new figures from the Department for Transport (DfT).
GEM call for Government action on driver eyesight tests.
Drivers who ignore lane closures on motorways marked with a red ‘X’ will face a £100 fine and three penalty points.
Gem Motoring Assist has offered its support for the latest #dontstreamanddrive day, which takes place today.
Gem Motoring Assist has called for intelligent speed assistance systems to be made mandatory to cut road deaths caused by speeding.
Drivers risk a fine of up to £1,000 if their number plate is dirty and can’t be read easily.
A survey of more than 2,500 GEM members reveals that 75% support mandatory eye testing for anyone returning to driving following a court ban or medical revocation.
Gem Motoring Assist has asked that UK motorists brush up on their Highway Code amid police’s seven-day speed enforcement operation.
In the survey from GEM Motoring Assist, the main concern expressed by 51% of respondents was of breaking down with no access to a hard shoulder.
Road safety and breakdown organisation GEM Motoring Assist wants 20mph to become 'the norm' on roads with high concentrations of pedestrians and cyclists.
The GEM Road Safety Charity has opened applications for grants of up to £10,000 for road safety projects.
GEM Motoring Assist is calling on the Government to increase the penalty for drivers and passengers who do not wear a seatbelt on journeys.
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