A majority of people would like to see the legal drink-drive limit reduced across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, to the same level of that in Scotland.
Multi-tasking while driving is dangerous, according to a new report produced by the Institute of Advanced Motorists and the Transport Research Laboratory.
Motorists are now more worried about the dangers of distraction posed by technology and social media than drink-driving, research suggests.
Londoners and motorists in the North-East show the highest levels of resistance to the use of speed cameras than other parts of the country, research suggests.
One in 10 drivers admitted to taking a 'selfie' while driving in the last month, research from the Institute of Advanced Motoring (IAM) suggests.
The Institute of Advanced Motorists has voiced its disappointment at parties for not tackling road death initiatives in their General Election manifestos.
The number of serious accidents on 20mph roads increased by around a quarter (26%) last year, according to analysis of Government data by the Institute of Advanced Motorists.
Tracey Speke has joined the IAM Drive & Survive sales team as business development manager for the Midlands.
The number of drivers aged 17-24 killed in an accident has decreased by 10 per cent since 2010, according to the latest analysis by road safety charity Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM).
A motorist on the M25 was caught travelling at 149mph, highest speed clocked by a speed camera in England and Wales between April 2013 and May 2014, a study has revealed.
The Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) is supporting a course which trains drivers how to deal with the aftermath of a crash before the arrival of the emergency services.
Drivers are against the idea of a blanket 20mph speed limit on urban roads, according to research published by the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM).
The majority (71%) of drivers would feel less safe on a motorway with no hard shoulder than a motorway with one, according to the latest poll by the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM).
The IAM has commented on the £200m pothole fund announced in today's Budget.
The IAM (Institute of Advanced Motorists) is urging motorists to beware of the perils of driving on autopilot following research which shows that one in ten drivers are often unable to remember their entire car journey.
Only sixty per cent of drivers concentrate when they are behind the wheel, according to a poll by the IAM.
The IAM is concerned that two-wheeled road users are still a growing risk and must be given even greater priority for investment and education.
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