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Introducing mandatory lessons on rural roads for learner drivers could reduce fatalities and serious injuries on UK roads, according to Brake…
Stopping distances in the Highway Code should be increased “as a matter of urgency” as they underestimate drivers’ thinking time.
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GPs can now advise the DVLA (DVA in Northern Ireland) if a patient is unfit to drive but continues to do so.
Brake is to deliver a series of one-day Pledge training course to help provide UK fleets with tools to address at-work road safety.
Brake is offering a free webinar for fleets on the risks of poor driver eyesight.
Brake is looking for people to sign up for a fundraising cycle ride in memory of road safety expert Will Murray who died in December 2016.
Scotland is being urged to follow the lead of England and Wales in introducing a zero-tolerance policy for drug driving on the nation’s roads.
FORS, the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme, is to sponsor Brake’s 2017 Fleet Safety Conference.
Brake has published a report for fleets on crisis management as it also announces two further crisis response training sessions in 2017.
Brake is hosting a free webinar for fleets to provide best practice guidance on managing occupational road risk including the grey fleet.
Dangerous drivers who kill could get life in prison under new government proposals.
Fleet operators and suppliers can now enter for Brake’s 2017 Fleet Safety Awards.
Brake has launched a new resource to help educate at-work drivers on the importance of not using their phones behind the wheel.
Brake has revealed details for next year’s Fleet Safety Conference, which will take place at the St John’s Hotel, Solihull, on Thursday 25 May.
VGroup International is calling on fleets to join its own employees, including top racing driver James Nash, to back Road Safety Week and ‘make the pledge’ … Read More »
Brake Professional has released a new resource to help employers educate their drivers on the dangers of ‘morning after’ drink-driving.