If you are a cyclist, this article may interest you. Following the death of 6 cyclists last month in London manufactures are trying to find ways to cut deaths of cyclists with the use of technology.
Should you still need convincing about the dangers of drink driving, we hope this video will help change your mind.
From the 1st January 2013 to 30th November 2013 fifty-eight people have been seriously injured (more than one per week) and two have died on Jersey’s roads.
Following it’s National high profile came urging people to ‘tune in’ to road safety, road safety charity Brake is now calling for stiffer fines and a ban on hands free mobiles. Follow this link if you would like to read the article
Road Safety Week starts tomorrow 19th November in Jersey. Jersey’s Fire & Rescue Service are providing a demonstration to students at Highlands College how they cut people out of cars after an accident. Photos to follow. Paul Newman from the Charity Headway, is at the Co-op Homemaker, St Helier from Tuesda to Sunday this week. […]
Google & Ford aims to replace car dashboard buttons with Minority Report hand gestures follow this link to find out more
Road safety week is coming up during the week of 18th November. Would you like to take part in a driver challenge on Saturday 23rd November under the watchful eye of an advanced driver? If you are interested, send us an email via our contact form click here>>
It’s tyre awareness month. RoSPA recommend never allowing your tyre tread depth to be any less than 3mm. This is almost double the legal minimum. If you follow this link to explains why RoSPA recommends 3mm
Brits “turning a blind eye” to drink drivers New research suggests that UK adults are not taking responsibility for their peers when it comes to drinking and driving. New consumer research from Kabbee* and the ‘Don’t Be That Someone’ drink drive campaign found that only 10% of UK adults always prevent their peers from drinking […]