The Honest Truth has provided the following links as sources of information that you may find of use regarding road safety and associated matters. THT has no responsibility for the content of any external website.
THINK! is the Department of Transport’s dedicated road safety website, with guidance and information for all road-users
The DSA conducts driving tests in Great Britain for cars, motorcycles, lorries, buses and other vehicles. It also maintains a register of car driving instructors and checks standards of tuition.
Road Safety pages for Devon County Council.
Euroncap provides motoring consumers with a realistic and independent assessment of the safety performance of some of the most popular cars sold in Europe.
The Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) aims to improve driving and riding standards in the UK.
Information to help motorists plan their journeys effectively, avoiding accidents and roadworks on the UK roads. Information is aggregated from official sources including the Highways Agency, TfL, Traffic Scotland and Traffic Wales.
Pass Plus is a scheme backed by the Government's Driving Standards Agency and insurers to encourage newly qualified drivers to become better drivers.
The Partnership's vision is to improve safety and injury collision rates and facilitate confidence in the road network to deliver reliable, sustainable transport choice for the peninsula's road users and communities that is free from the fear of incident or injury.
Drinkaware is an independent charity which is supported by voluntary donations from across the drinks industry
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency website.
The online version of the Highway Code.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents is a registered charity established more than 80 years ago.
RoSPA Advanced Drivers and Riders aim is to reduce road accidents by encouraging an interest in road safety, by improving driving standards, knowledge and skill.
FRANK provides a friendly, confidential and non-judgemental service to anyone wanting help, information or advice about drugs.
A national charity for road crash victims, supporting those bereaved or injured, and working for road safety
Brake is a charity that exists to prevent road deaths and injuries, and to support the victims of road crashes. Brake campaigns on road safety issues, runs educational and awareness raising campaigns and events such as Road Safety Week, has a helpline providing support to victims, and runs not for profit subscription schemes providing information, resources and events for road safety and fleet professionals.
AAA has worked for more than 75 years to help families develop their teens into safe, responsible drivers. If you are a parent, teen, educator or safety advocate, AAA’s tips, tools, information and other resources can help you, too.
Guide To Car Safety & Keeping Your Children Protected On The Road.
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