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Tips & Hints

This Highway Code applies to England, Scotland and Wales. The Highway Code is essential reading for everyone.

The Highway Code click here to have a look

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How well do you know your road signs ?

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Drive to suit the conditions, not just the speed limit

THINK! It's 30 for a reason.

The difference of a few miles per hour can mean the difference between life and death.
Many accidents happen when drivers are within the speed limit but driving too fast for the conditions of the road.
Use your judgement and know when to slow down.


Think carefully about the speed at which you:
approach a bend in the road
cross a roundabout
approach a junction
can safely overtake
drive past or through roadworks
drive in bad weather
be particularly careful on unlit roads at night, where oncoming headlights can dazzle you.

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Did you Know

Q: How many people are killed or injured on Britain’s roads?


A: Reported Road Casualties in Great Britain for 2010

Killed - 1,850 
Seriously Injured - 22,660 
Slightly Injured - 184,138 
All - 208,648


Common causes of these unnecessary tragedies include:

Around 600 people a year are killed in crashes in which someone exceeds the speed limit or drives too fast for the conditions.
Drink Driving: 
Around 400 people die a year in crashes in which someone was over the legal drink drive limit.
Seat Belt Wearing: 
Around 300 lives each year could be saved if everyone always wore their seat belt.
Careless Driving:
More than 400 deaths a year involve someone being "careless, reckless or in a hurry", and a further 200 involve "aggressive driving".
Around one third of fatal and serious road crashes involve someone who was at work.
More than 300 newly-qualified drivers and their passengers are killed in car crashes a year.



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