Click here to listen to the Evan Webster episode of RSGB Talk In the latest RSGB Talk podcast, host Edward Seaman is joined by Evan Webster from PACTS to discuss seat belts – and whether they have become the ‘forgotten road safety priority’. Evan Webster is a policy and research officer at the Parliamentary Advisory Council […]
Thought-provoking new videos are being launched today to encourage learner drivers to be more aware of motorcyclists. They’ve been made with the help of road safety campaigner and keen biker Ria Brisland, whose son Nick tragically died in a motorcycle collision. The videos will become part of DVSA‘s official learning materials and education products. […]
In 2015, Ria Brisland’s son Nick tragically died in a motorcycle collision. Since then, Ria has been campaigning for better education for all road users on the vulnerabilities faced by motorcyclists. In our latest blog post, Ria tells her story and explains how she’s worked with us to design new CGI clips for […]
Bookings are now being taken for our next Standards Check workshop which is being held in Bristol – When? – Monday 15 July Where? – The Grange Hotel, Northwoods, Winterbourne, Bristol, BS36 1RP Members Price £99 Non-Members £119 The course is suitable for: • All ADIs preparing for the standards check. Those wanting to improve a […]
The RAC Foundation are working with a range of road safety stakeholders on research to establish the effectiveness of road safety interventions in the UK that seek to influence road user behaviours. Agilysis have been commissioned to undertake the research, which involves gathering information from the survey below about the design and delivery of road […]
From Thursday 20 June 2019, you will now be able to take a car and trailer (B+E) test at Burton on Trent driving test centre. Car and trailer tests are now available to book. Test centre address Burton on Trent driving test centre Wellington Park Burton on Trent Staffordshire DE14 2TG View a map.
Click here to read all news reports • MSPs have voted down a bill which sought to make 20mph the default speed limit on residential streets in Scotland. (7 reader comments) • IAM RoadSmart has come out in opposition of a blanket ban on pavement parking, suggesting it could leave thousands without a parking space. […]