71 minutes The latest episode from Dipod is now freely available for your listening pleasure! Your response is always welcome at www.dipod.co.uk… In this marathon length podcast we tackle Roundabouts, voice concerns over new drivers, the use of electronic devices and listen to the Big Learner Relay Choir! New Driver Concerns Driving On The […]
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Both links below contain videos • The merits of smart motorways were passionately debated at the 2019 National Road Safety Conference, with contributors arguing the evidence suggests they are as safe as conventional motorways, but others saying they don’t feel that way for drivers. • 20mph limits/zones came under the microscope at the 2019 National […]
Over the next year, we’ll be inviting newly qualified drivers to take part in Driver 2020 research. We’ll be contacting them through the email address they used to book their test with. If you book tests for your pupils, you may receive some of these surveys. If you do, please forward this on to […]
Harrington Driver Training Services ‘Ghost’ insurance brokers have been operating in Ireland for some time. They make fake claims for accidents that have been staged or for some crashes that have not occurred at all. In some cases the ‘broker’ gives fraudulent documents such as no-claims discounts and driving licences, to criminal gangs in […]
Click here to read all news reports • During Road Safety Week 2019, local authorities and police forces across the UK placed extra emphasis on improving the safety of all road users. (12 reader comments) • All new cars must have the facility to fit a built-in breathalyser from 2022, as part of a raft […]
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