Road safety charity IAM RoadSmart has renewed its calls for car makers and smartphone manufacturers to work with the government to develop a technological solution to distracted drivers.
Learner drivers will be allowed to have driving lessons on motorways under new plans set out by transport minister Andrew Jones.
Road safety charity IAM RoadSmart has launched its Christmas anti-drink-drive campaign – recommending designated drivers are made the ‘hero of the road’.
All lane running (or smart) motorways use technology to actively manage the flow of traffic and utilise the hard shoulder to minimise congestion, but driving on them can sometimes be tricky.
Business drivers whose employers use IAM RoadSmart courses can now benefit from reduced rate glasses and eye care through a new partnership with HeathcarePlan.
Many companies are managing the risks of drivers on company business “inconsistently and in some cases poorly”, which is a risk to themselves and other road users.
Seventy-four per cent of drivers think insurers should provide cover for damage caused by hackers accessing systems in driverless cars, a survey has found.
IAM RoadSmart has created three short safety videos on different aspects of common driver distractions: children, mobile phones and pets.
The true cost of business-related road incidents has been a 'revelation' to fleet managers, says road safety charity IAM RoadSmart.
More than 500,000 people have taken IAM Roadsmart's advanced car or bike tests over the past six decades.
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