It’s now illegal to use a handheld mobile phone behind the wheel
As of 25 March 2022, if you use a handheld phone behind the wheel for virtually any use, you can get a fine of up to £1,000, 6 points on your licence, and a driving ban.
 

The Highway Code has changed
From 29 January 2022, changes that include a new hierarchy of road users and updates to pedestrian priority, amongst others, have been introduced with the aim of reducing the risk of harm on our roads.

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Drive like Gran’s in the car #DRIVESMART

Drive like Gran’s in the car #DRIVESMART

Roads are unpredictable and life is full of distractions, but help is at hand.

Meet Gran. She’s no-nonsense and pops up in the least likely of places.

Scotland's Road Safety Framework

A compelling long-term vision for road safety in Scotland

The road safety framework advocates a vision for Scotland to have the best road safety performance in the world to 2030.

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What could be better than Sunday in the soft play with Ziggy?

Ziggy will be at Fun Street in Glasgow on Sunday 7th August from 11am – 3pm. Join us for a day of road safety and fun for Ziggy’s Hide and Seek.

There’s one catch – you’ll have to find him first!

#GoSafeWithZiggy

Have you seen Ziggy? He’s on his way!

On Friday 5th August from 11am – 3pm Ziggy will be at Wonder World soft play in Falkirk.

Join us for a day of storytelling, road safety and fun! #GoSafeWithZiggy

Incoming transmission from Planet Cosmos! Ziggy’s on his way.

Join us on Thursday 4th August from 11am – 3pm at Wonder World soft play in Perth for a day of storytelling, road safety and fun with Ziggy. There’s only one catch – you’ll have to find him first!#GoSafeWithZiggy