The drink-drive limit in England and Wales is being questioned after new data showed more than 23 people a day were killed or injured.
IAM RoadSmart has published a fleet safety guide to help businesses get their employees back on the roads, following the easing of Coronavirus lockdown restrictions, as safely as possible.
IAM RoadSmart has paid tribute to former chairman, Alistair Cheyne, who has died after a long battle with cancer.
Tony Greenidge has been appointed interim chief executive officer of the road safety charity IAM RoadSmart.
Safer voice-controlled infotainment systems are the future of in-vehicle technologies to cut collisions caused by distracted driving, says TRL.
Licence Check is offering advice to fleet decision-makers regarding licence checking services whilst the coronavirus outbreak forces many businesses into lockdown and remote-working.
A new study has revealed that in-vehicle infotainment systems are impairing reactions times behind the wheel more than alcohol and cannabis use.
Licence Check has partnered with IAM RoadSmart for a new driver e-learning initiative to help businesses understand the level of risk across their business drivers.
The total number of casualties caused by drink driving increased to 8,700 in 2018, up 1% from 2017.
IAM RoadSmart says that electric scooters are bad news for road safety as the Government considers launching a consultation on their future use.
IAM RoadSmart research shows almost half of businesses polled expect employees to answer their phone while driving for work.
Derek McMullan welcomed as IAM RoadSmart chairman.
IAM RoadSmart is calling for politicians to put post-test training and human behaviour at the heart of the road safety debate in the next Parliament.
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.
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