The theme for Road Safety Week 2021 has been announced as ‘Road Safety Heroes’, celebrating the work of those who are working to make roads safer.
Drivers want more speed cameras installed near schools to fine drivers travelling more than 10mph over the speed limit, a study by IAM RoadSmart has found.
More than a quarter (28%) of male drivers admit they have driven above 100mph, more than three times the number of women, new research from Brake suggests.
Fleets are being urged to take part in Brake’s Road Safety Week, which runs from November 16-22.
Almost a third of drivers have experienced a collision or near miss in the past year, but risks are significantly higher for at-work drivers, says DriveTech.
TfL and the police take action to increase road safety.
Fleets urged to place higher importance on employees' eye care.
Drivers want electric vehicles to sound like their internal combustion counterparts to protect vulnerable pedestrians, says report.
Latest statistics from Brake highlight level of danger felt on UK roads.
Driver Hire supports push for safer UK roads.
Road Safety Week takes places November 18-24
Brake’s Road Safety Week 2019 (18-24 November) is now open for employers to register.
Bikers and cyclists are 63 times more likely to be killed or seriously injured on British roads, per mile travelled, than car drivers, new research from Brake suggests.
Teletrac Navman has published a shareable guide highlighting 20 illegal habits drivers may not know are against the law.
Devitt Insurance Services and Ford have announced a partnership with Brake to sponsor UK Road Safety Week 2018.
Brake has announced the theme for the UK Road Safety Week 2018 as Bike Smart, to focus on the safety of those on two wheels.
Road safety and breakdown organisation GEM Motoring Assist wants to see personal responsibility at the top of this week’s casualty reduction agenda.
Brake estimates that poor eyesight is linked with approximately 3,000 casualties a year and 1.8 million drivers have vision below the minimum standard.
UK Power Network’s ‘drive to arrive’ safety scheme has been reiterated to drivers during Road Safety Week.
In a bid to deter speeding, More Than (MORE TH>N) is hoping to trial ‘fag-packet’ style images of car crashes on UK speed limit signs.
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