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Road Fatality Numbers Increased in 2016

Transport Scotland has recently published figures giving an insight into the number of deaths and injuries that occurred on Scotland’s roads during 2016.

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UK Road Safety Week

Speeding is still an ongoing problem in the UK and across the world and the resulting road traffic accidents cause untold suffering.

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Tackling Drug Driving to Reduce Road Casualties

A new report from the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) has called for increased levels of enforcement, specialist rehabilitation programmes and more investment in research and data collection to tackle drug driving and reduce road injuries in Europe.

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Rise in Number of Serious Injuries on Britain’s Roads

The Department for Transport has published statistics revealing the number of personal injury road traffic accidents reported to the police in Britain during the year ending September 2016.

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Reducing Drink-Related Road Traffic Accidents this Christmas

The issue of drink driving is very much under the spotlight at this time of year, with the police, Government and various road safety organisations all launching their festive anti-drink driving campaigns in an attempt to reduce the number of injuries and deaths occurring on the roads. 

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Recent Case Highlights the Dangers of Distracted Driving

The increased risks to road users caused by distracted driving have been tragically highlighted in a recent case reported in the media. In this case, a lorry driver has received a prison sentence for killing a woman and three children when he crashed into their car because he was looking at his mobile phone.

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