The installation of new digital road signs across the UK has begun, with the first signs now in place on the A14 between Huntingdon and Cambridge. It is expected that the signs will help improve road safety and provide a better user experience for drivers, compared to older digital signage.
The …Read More
Popular opticians, Specsavers has teamed up with the road safety charity – Brake to raise awareness about driver safety in the UK.
Specsavers, the nationwide company specialises in glasses, contact lenses and eye health, and continuously state the importance of getting your eyes regularly tested every two years to ensure your …Read More
Transport Focus, the transport passenger watchdog, has recently posted the results of their third annual Motorway Services User Survey, revealing Severn View Services on the M48 in Gloucestershire as England’s worst service station.
The survey asked 11,600 passengers and motorists their opinions on 111 service stations across the country, with key …Read More
With the 2019 Rugby World Cup fast approaching, Brits are gearing up to go watch the world’s best and brightest rugby players in Japan, from the 20th of September to the 2nd of November this year. The opening match will be held in the capital city of Tokyo, and the …Read More
The Department for Transport has announced plans to introduce a new law that would ban novice drivers from driving at night in the months after they pass, regardless of their age. The new laws would also restrict ‘rookie drivers’ from driving with passengers under a certain age, and would impose …Read More
In Scotland, a campaign is currently spreading through the country to help improve road safety, particularly in relation to tourism. Scotland’s cities are filled with art and culture, and people flock here from all over the world to visit islands like Skye, and to discover the Highlands.
However, these tourist hotspots …Read More
Figures released by the Northern Ireland Road Safety Partnership this week have revealed that over 100 motorists are caught speeding on the country’s roads every day. These new set of statistics include a number of shocking figures, providing cause for concern for Northern Irish motorists.
The figures show a 30% increase …Read More
While hybrid and electric vehicles are revolutionising our roads by offering a green and environmentally-friendly alternative to fossil fuelled cars, it is said that there is an inherent safety risk involved with these vehicles.
Electric cars save on energy in many ways and a result, they make very little noise compared …Read More
Provisional statistics released by the government this month have led to cause for concern for Scottish motorists, with suggestions that road safety in the country could be worsening.
The figures report that 160 people were killed in reported road accidents last year, which is approximately 10% more than in 2017. This …Read More
Various wildlife charities and the government have come together to work on a solution to make roads safer for road users, to protect our country’s endangered animals, whose numbers are being drastically affected.
Newly-planned road signs will be added to our roads, in an aim to warn drivers of animal presence …Read More