Older drivers campaign
As you get older, changes in your vision and other health issues can affect your driving. There are lots things you can do to continue driving safely, like getting a free NHS eye examination. Learn more about what you can do to keep driving safely.
If you hit someone at 30mph, they’re seven times more likely to die than at 20mph. To keep everyone safe in cities, towns and villages across Scotland, new reduced 20mph speed limits will be put in place on all appropriate roads.
Drug driving campaign
Police in Scotland now carry drug testing kits and are able to carry out immediate roadside testing for any driver they suspect of drug driving. Know the rules, keep our roads safe.
Not wearing a seatbelt can have big consequences. Your friends’ and family’s lives could all be affected. So, don’t ever skip it – even for short journeys.
Young drivers drug driving campaign
As we’ve all seen recently, life can change pretty fast. But, when it comes to drug-driving; the rules of not being arrested or having a devastating crash and hurting lots of people… have not changed one bit. So, don’t drive under the influence of drugs.
It stops your body working properly. It can get you locked up. It’s not worth it.
Young drivers speed campaign
925 young male drivers were involved in collisions in the last 12 months, with 148 killed or seriously injured. A huge number of these collisions were caused by speeding.
Young drivers country roads campaign
No matter how well you think you know a route, it’s crucial you’re prepared for the unexpected to happen – especially on country roads.
Young drivers distractions campaign
Becoming distracted in the car is a significant contributory factor in road casualties amongst 20 – 29 year olds. If you’re determined to stay safe, do yourself a favour and drive like Gran’s in the car. #ARRIVEALIVE
Young drivers vulnerable road users campaign
We all have a shared responsibility for safe road use – drivers, motorcyclists, cyclists, pedestrians and horse riders.