IAM RoadSmart, the UK’s leading road safety charity, has announced key organisational changes, and this includes the appointment of five new Trustees, to strengthen the existing skills of the charities Board and best prepare for modern challenges on the road and support the future of road safety.
A survey commissioned by road safety charity IAM RoadSmart has revealed that 10 per cent of UK motorists have driven in the 24 hours after taking illegal drugs.
The UK’s leading independent road safety charity, IAM RoadSmart, has highlighted the need to ensure that the government, and car makers, prioritise training for drivers in its evidence to a House of Commons Transport Committee Inquiry.
Driving in winter can be difficult, and fog frequently makes the dark mornings and evenings more dangerous. It is important to know exactly how to adapt your driving behaviour to suit the weather conditions at the time.
Christmas shopping is a big part of the festive season and it’s also one of the most stressful parts of the festive season with such tasks as figuring out the right thing to buy for your friends and family, keeping in budget or, finding a budget to stay within in the first place.
IAM RoadSmart has recently revealed that older motorists are more willing to prove how safe they actually are on the roads than perhaps first thought.
With the world focusing on the upcoming COP26 in Scotland, UK road safety charity, IAM RoadSmart, has asked its members what issues should be addressed regarding road users. The poll revealed the top concern for the charity’s members was the lack of support for the transition to Electric Vehicles and the impact of the 2030 target to replace fossil fuelled vehicles. The rest of the poll’s data is as follows: …
The COVID-19 pandemic has been akin to a car crash for the UK’s health and economy. But collateral damage caused by the virus has also had an impact on other areas of people’s lives. As many people embraced staying at home, many cars were left to languish on driveways. But since social gatherings, offices, and …
The UK’s largest independent road safety charity, IAM RoadSmart, is calling for the Government to make up its mind now to drive down injuries on UK roads caused by e-scooters. The plea comes after Department for Transport’s (DfT) latest findings in: Reported Road casualties Great Britain, annual report: 2020 revealed for the first time that there were 484 …
IAM RoadSmart, the UK’s largest independent road safety charity, has revealed that the average age motorists would consider giving up their licence is 82.