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The Knowledge Centre: a valuable source of road safety expertise

13 October 2015

RoadSafe is pleased to support The Knowledge Centre - a web-based library of road safety related information and expertise, primarily from UK-based road safety organisations.

Information within the Knowledge Centre is available free of charge to anyone with a professional interest in road safety who registers to become a subscriber.

To find out more please click here.

 

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