Here at The Honest Truth we're trying to help educate people about what they can do to stay safer on the roads.
We do that in a number of ways. Here are a few examples of our work.
The Honest Truth charity was created to work with Approved Driving Instructors (ADI's). ADI's are in a great position to have really good conversations with learner drivers about important road safety messages. Since our charity started, ADI's have been working with thousands of young learner drivers, giving them The Honest Truth about safer driving. You can read more about Learner Drivers here.
Primary School Children
The Honest Truth messages have been taught to primary school children during something called Junior Life Skills sessions. During these sessions children explore how their behaviour can influence others when they are on or near road.
We've developed a new road safety animation to help to spread our life saving messages to a younger audience and their parents.
Help your child to speak up when they don't feel safe in a vehicle by teaching them our zoo song. You can read more about the Zoo Song here.
School and College Students
We work closely with road safety partnerships across the UK to ensure that road safety messages are reaching school and college students. Thousands of sixth form students participate in road safety presentations throughout the country where they learn how to manage the risks that drivers and passengers are presented with on a daily basis.
Parents have attended events where we've shared our professional knowledge about the risks faced with learning to drive and the intial period after a person passes their test. Through organised events parents have learned about the role they can play in keeping their child safer on the roads. More information for parents can be found on our parents page here.