Road Safety

Highways England geared up to help motorist...

Aug 14, 2019No Comments

More than 480 miles of roadworks will be lifted or completed on motorways and major A-roads to help families have smoother journeys over the August

Default 20mph limits an ‘essential bu...

Aug 05, 2019No Comments

A coalition of transport and active travel charities is calling on the Government to introduce a default 20mph speed limit in England. The 11 charities*

RAC patrols deal with fewer ‘pothole ...

Jul 29, 2019No Comments

The number of vehicles falling victim to potholes on the UK’s roads decreased dramatically between April and June this year, according to the latest analysis

DriveTech comments on DfT Reported Road Cas...

Jul 26, 2019Comments off

Commenting on the Reported Road Casualty statistics published by the DfT 25 July 2019, Charlie Norman, Director at Drivetech, part of the AA, said: “We

Roads Minister announces ‘Evidence Review...

Jul 24, 2019Comments off

In a significant win for the roadside rescue and recovery industry, Roads Minister Michael Ellis MP today (23 July 2019) announced that the Department for

Five surprising things your car does in sum...

Jul 24, 2019Comments off

The summer months are hard on cars – they have to battle against baking sun, busy traffic and humid conditions, hopefully without missing a beat

Councils need to cut back more – and ...

Jul 23, 2019Comments off

Breakdown and road safety organisation GEM Motoring Assist is calling on local authorities to tackle the present menace of road signs obscured by foliage. Obscured

DfT injects £348m into boosting local road...

Jul 20, 2019Comments off

The Department for Transport has today (Saturday 20th July) announced nearly £350 million is being made available for councils to improve local roads up and

Road safety action plan announced to cut ro...

Jul 19, 2019Comments off

Failure to wear a seatbelt could result in penalty points as well as fines, under new plans to reduce the number of deaths on the

Highways England clearly on right lines to ...

Jul 17, 2019Comments off

‘Ghost’ road markings and blacked out lines, which can confuse drivers, could become a thing of the past thanks to Highways England’s global search for

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