safety

Van drivers risking accidents because of he...

Feb 11, 2019No Comments

Van drivers are risking accidents by failing to leave enough distance to stop, according to research by Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, that shows over half of

MPs call for end to smart motorway rollout

Jan 02, 2019Comments off

The rollout of smart motorways – where the hard shoulder is converted into a fourth lane – should be stopped, a group of MPs says.

Fiat Panda panned as NCAP award it zero-poi...

Dec 06, 2018Comments off

The 2018 facelift FIAT Panda has today been given one of the lowest ratings in Euro NCAP’s history, having failed to achieve more than 50%

Absolute Alignment launches new website for...

Nov 29, 2018Comments off

Absolute Alignment, the UK’s leading supplier of wheel alignment equipment, has launched a new consumer website to assist motorists in locating their local Absolute Alignment

Ford inspection drones keep engine plant wo...

Aug 29, 2018Comments off

Imagine if a simple innovation suddenly allowed you to carry out an arduous – but essential – chore in a tenth of the time it

Kinaxia Logistics utilises TruTac to monito...

Aug 03, 2018Comments off

All companies within the Kinaxia Logistics Group have had TruTac software installed to ensure that the Group is operating safely and efficiently, whilst being fully

Making roads safer, smarter, smoother

Jun 08, 2018Comments off

The hazards of working next to 40-tonne lorries doing 60mph, having to cross a busy carriageway, or handling hot materials while moving is driving innovation

GEM survey shows two thirds of motorists ha...

May 25, 2018Comments off

A SURVEY by road safety and breakdown organisation GEM Motoring Assist has shown that two thirds of motorists are concerned about safety on smart motorways.

Pedestrian deaths rise by 10%

May 21, 2018Comments off

The UK’s biggest independent road safety charity IAM RoadSmart is urging drivers to up their game and be more alert for other road users, as

Auto industry support new EU Commission saf...

May 21, 2018Comments off

The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) welcomes the Commission’s proposal to further improve vehicle safety, while stressing that some proposed measures will require further review

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