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Think Campaign web site changes

10 March 2011

 THINK! campaign information is now available on the Direct Gov web site, where direct links are available to:
• THINK! road safety statistics and facts
• THINK! adverts and interactive road safety games
• partnership information

Road safety advice
Visit the new advice section for general road safety information including:
• drink driving limits
• advice on choosing and fitting child car seats
• penalties for using hand-held mobile phones whilst driving


Road safety professionals
Visit the new professional advice section on the Department for Transport website for information and resources to support professionals in delivering road safety messages including:
• THINK! campaign strategies, key messages and recent campaign activity
• THINK! research including campaign evaluation
• information about using THINK! adverts and brand guidelines
 

THINK! Education
THINK! Education websites haven't changed:
• THINK! Education -Early years and Primary
• THINK! Education - Secondary 
 

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