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What to do if you are involved in a car crash

Posted: November 19, 2012

Why do the authorities call it a car crash or collision and not accident?  That’s because an accident infers no blame.  Over 95% of collisions are a result of driver error.  So here’s what you do if you’re involved in one.

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Does your company need driver training?

Posted: November 19, 2012

In 2011 a total of 203,950 people were killed or injured in road traffic crashes.  Of those 25,023 were killed or seriously injured with a total of 1,901 actually losing their lives.  It is agreed that around a third of these casualties involve someone driving for work.

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Road Safety Act 2006 Section 19 – Emergency Response Driving

Posted: November 8, 2012

Whether Section 19 of the Road Traffic Act will ever be implemented, is up for debate. However, it seems that April 2013 is now being suggested. Therefore, it’s time for those organisations that drive in emergency response conditions to consider their options about what to do to ensure they may continue after implementation.

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Safe Driving Campaigns Offer

Posted: November 1, 2012

We have slashed our prices on our very popular Safe Driving Campaigns for companies from now until Christmas!

The campaigns normally retail for £375 each. However, we are currently offering the discounts below for campaigns purchased upfront.

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“Forfeiture of vehicles” to be introduced in 2013

Posted: October 22, 2012

The DfT’s ‘road safety action plan’ includes new legislation to seize the vehicles of drink and drug drivers, according to an investigation by Auto Express.

The DfT’s plan lists “forfeiture of vehicles” as a measure to be introduced in 2013, and the Auto Express article says a DfT spokeswoman has confirmed that the new powers would be used specifically for drink and drug driving offences.

Auto Express also says that the new drug driving law, announced earlier this year, will not come into effect until 2015, and that police will not get access to roadside ‘drugalysers’ until the same date.

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