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DfT updated policy statement

2 August 2013

The UK DfT has updated its policy statement.

The DfT explains how, by improving the skills and attitudes of drivers and riders and providing better safety education, the government can further reduce the cost of emergency services, health and welfare services, insurance, traffic congestion, as well as the personal cost to people affected by road collisions.

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