Fleet decision makers should not rely on technology alone as a solution to risk management or cost control, according to the latest white paper by IAM RoadSmart
IAM Roadsmart is warning that a blanket ban on pavement parking could leave thousands of homeowners without a parking space.
IAM RoadSmart is frustrated that more than 11,000 drivers a year are still being legally allowed on the roads with 12 or more points on their licences.
Driving should also be seen as a health and safety responsibility for all organisations, says Andy Barratt in his new role as chairman of IAM RoadSmart
The road safety charity IAM RoadSmart has warned that the rise in the use of electric scooters alongside vehicles on UK roads will be bad news for road safety.
Fleets are being urged to improve driver education to stop employees falling foul of the law after record fines and penalties were reported in 2018.
Road safety charity IAM Roadsmart has called for emergency measures to be introduced to tackle drink-driving.
IAM RoadSmart has published a white paper called Driving While Distracted: Challenges and Solutions, which examines the reasons why so many motorists’ minds wander.
The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) is encouraging police forces to target speeding drivers in a two-week campaign.
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Traffic congestion is now the top concern among UK motorists, overtaking drivers that use their mobile phone at the wheel.
IAM Roadsmart has launched a driver-training package with a fixed-price monthly fee.
Road safety charities IAM RoadSmart and Brake have called for action to be taken after the number of people killed or seriously injured on UK roads has stagnated.
IAM RoadSmart is calling on the Health and Safety Executive to use the corporate manslaughter act to bring to account large companies.
IAM Roadsmart has warned football fans not to give into drink-drive temptation as England prepare to play in the World Cup semi-final tonight.
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Official government figures analysed by IAM RoadSmart have found that convictions for traffic offences in England and Wales are steadily increasing.
Novice drivers could face new restrictions after the Department for Transport announced it is investigating introducing graduating driving licences.
IAM RoadSmart announced the appointment of Mike Quinton as its new chief executive, effective April 23.
Learners will need to be accompanied by an approved driving instructor and driving a car fitted with dual controls.
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