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21 January 2021 – Driving while distracted, whether by mobile phones, sat-nav systems, radios, children, smoking, eating or perhaps just daydreaming, is ubiquitous and anecdotally, on the increase, but can we counter the effects?
21 January 2021 – Each year the RAC Foundation invites a range of experts to use their analytical skills and specialist tools to interrogate and interpret a whole host of transport-related datasets to provide a better understanding of the way we travel in the UK.
20 January 2021 – This is a major milestone in the ongoing cooperation between Civil Society, Mobility clubs, Universities/Research institutes and National Road Authorities to support the implementation of the National Road Safety Action plans.
19 January 2021 – Volkswagen family, the ID.3 wins What Car Awards organised by Thatcham.
18 January 2021 – HLDI and IIHS study the effects of crash avoidance features.
18 January 2021 – Vehicle manufacturers, dealerships, DVSA (Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency) and driving instructors should include a comprehensive lesson for motorists on how to use advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) so they are a road safety benefit and not a potential hazard, says IAM RoadSmart.
13 January 2021 – The World Bank's Global Road Safety Facility's Annual Report is now available.
13 January 2021 – A survey has been launched for fleets to have their say on how driving for work guidance from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and Department for Transport (DfT) can be improved.
13 January 2021 – New Vision Zero Dashboard presents collision data in a more accessible format with enhanced search tools, maps and data visualisation, highlighting the frequency and severity of collisions in the capital
8 January 2021 – UK Road Safety Trust has funded Folksam, the Swedish insurance company, to expand their annual tests and include additional cycle helmets available to UK consumers.
7 January 2021 – The latest lockdown, which the government appears to expect to be in place for at least the next 2-3 months, with some restrictions staying in place for much of the year, means those who are managing drivers and vehicles have to continue to adapt to the current situation.
7 January 2021 – Each month we will focus on highlighting resources to support professionals working on speed management programmes.