Tag : IAM RoadSmart
Businesses must urgently tackle the issue of distracted drivers at the wheel and overhaul their safety at work policies to help stem the tide of avoidable … Read More »
Drivers are being urged not to touch drink or drugs before getting behind the wheel as new research finds a worrying number of people think drink … Read More »
Driver training can save fleets a huge amount of money from very little effort, finds Jonathan Musk, who embarks on IAM RoadSmart’s Eco Driving Course.
Traffic congestion has overtaken mobile phone usage to become the top concern among drivers, according to IAM RoadSmart’s fourth annual Safety Culture Survey.
IAM RoadSmart is launched a monthly fixed fee package for driver risk management, said to be an industry first.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is being urged to take more of a lead with the Corporate Manslaughter Act to bring companies to account for … Read More »
The Government is being urged to recognise how eco driver training can cut emissions in line with its ambitions for drivers to increasingly opt for ultra-low … Read More »
IAM RoadSmart has developed a suite of products for safer driving, aimed at time-poor drivers.
More than a third of UK police forces are using their mobile speed camera vans to prosecute drivers not wearing seatbelts or using a handheld mobile … Read More »
UK driver’s biggest fears revealed by latest IAM RoadSmart‘s Safety Culture Survey.
New analysis has revealed large differences in the way police forces enforce speed limits and deal with speeding cases as offences hit a 13-year high.
Motorists investing in dash cams due to ‘crash-for-cash’ fears may not actually be protecting themselves and could lead to a reduction in the number of visible … Read More »
Autonomous cars won’t have the edge over human drivers until every vehicle can communicate with each other and predict what’s happening over the horizon, according to … Read More »
Government proposals to introduce tougher sentences for those who kill on the road have overwhelming support from road users.
The Government should take a ‘carrot and stick’ approach to clamp down on mobile phone use behind the wheel, including targeting fleets directly.
IAM RoadSmart is piloting a range of one-off driver training sessions for business drivers to tackle particular areas of concern on a one-to-one basis.