Company drivers may be putting themselves, the public, and the business at risk from poor eyesight, without even being aware of an issue, according to
Brake’s Global Fleet Champions campaign, in collaboration with a range of agencies around the globe, has co-launched an international report* calling on governments and the
The DriveTech team wholeheartedly supports the new Stockholm Declaration on Road Safety* with its ambition to dramatically reduce road deaths globally between now and 2030.
Businesses in Wirral have participated in a mock trial, gaining an understanding of the potential consequences they face if one of their drivers is involved
“Why are you a middle lane moron?” The question asked by many motorway drivers has now become a prominent feature on a stretch of the
The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) has called for a ban on SUVs in towns and cities in a bid to cut cyclist and pedestrian
A £75 computer system could revolutionise road safety by allowing cars to talk to each other and warn drivers there is a hazard ahead. More
Boris Johnson, the UK Prime minister, is being urged to step in and call a complete halt to shared space road design across the UK.
With emerging issues likely to take centre stage, 2020 promises to be an intriguing year in road safety. Edward Seaman, assistant editor of Road Safety
Authorities on the east coast of Australia have taken the fight against mobile phone using drivers to the next level, with the introduction of ‘world-first’