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DVSA's Annual Review published

19 July 2018 – The Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency has published its Annual Review.

Driving for Better Business shares expert advice and real-life experiences.

18 July 2018 – Why not join the Driving for Better Business community - a broad church of business owners, fleet professionals, thought leaders and business networks.

Volvo and Ford keep pace with Euro NCAP’s safety challenge

18 July 2018 – Euro NCAP has released the safety ratings of two new cars. Both Volvo's new small off-roader, the XC40,and the latest version of Ford's small family car, the Focus, have achieved a maximum five-star rating.

NGO leaders across Africa unite for safe school zones

18 July 2018 – Amend, a Child Health Initiative partner, has brought together NGO leaders from nine different African countries to agree an advocacy action plan for safe school zones across the region.

TyreSafe launches summer campaign

17 July 2018 – TyreSafe has launched its new summer campaign.

Prince Michael International Award Nominations - deadline for submissions 31st July

17 July 2018 – Since 1987 HRH Prince Michael of Kent has played a leading role in supporting improved road safety both in the United Kingdom and around the world.

Fleet Live 2018

16 July 2018 – Fleet Live 2018 will take place at the NEC in Birmingham on the 9th-10th October 2018.

Rural Roads for Development Course: a reminder

11 July 2018 – The University of Birmingham, in association with the International Road Federation Geneva is offering a Rural Roads for Development course.

Young Rider Focus 2019 – delegate registration now open.

10 July 2018 – The delegate registration is now open for the inaugural Young Rider Focus conference – and there’s a very attractive ‘early bird’ rate of just £100 plus VAT for the first 25 people who book their place.

A new campaign to get us thinking: 'Safer Vehicle Choices Save Lives’

3 July 2018 – After many years seeing the number of lives lost on our roads decrease, concerningly, this trend has reversed and the number of Australians and New Zealanders dying on our roads is increasing. ANCAP research has shown the age and relative safety of a vehicle is a likely contributor.

Global warning: How multinational fleets can drive road safety

3 July 2018 – Companies running global fleets, or expecting staff to drive abroad on business, need to have driver training programmes in place to safeguard employees, be socially responsible and drive down costs.

Crashes involving van drivers reduced.

2 July 2018 – IAM RoadSmart has praised employers for helping to reduce the number of serious and fatal crashes involving van drivers.