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IAM wins Prince Michael International Road Safety Award

26 October 2010

IAM (Institute of Advanced Motorists) has won a Prince Michael International Road Safety Award for its series of in-depth and influential reports, which have successfully and repeatedly identified trends in key areas of road safety

In January 2007, the IAM Policy and Research Division was established to undertake research, promote practical policies, act as an advocate for safer roads, safer drivers and safer vehicles, and encourage responsible motoring through education and training.

These high quality reports are designed to influence government policy, highlight current issues in road safety and underline the value of advanced driver and rider training.

Reports available include:

• Rural Roads – Britain Biggest Killer (2007)
• Young drivers – Where and When they are unsafe (2008)
• 16 – The Dangerous Age for Moped riders (2008)
• IAM Motorcycling Facts (2009)
• Older Driver; Safe or Unsafe? (2010)

Read the press release.

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