This new THINK! campaign is designed to encourage young men to intervene to stop a mate drinking if they are planning to drive.
The ‘Pint Block’ films show mates using ‘inventive and surreal’ ways to step in, with the message that a mate doesn’t let a mate drink drive. Running on social media and online video, the campaign marks the start of the THINK! team’s ‘always on’ approach – engaging young men via the moments and channels that […]
Revealed: Top 8 Most Failed Theory Test Questions by Brady Myles 3 August 2019 - 2 Min Read Theory Test Pro has dived into its results database to uncover the most failed theory test questions.
Test your own Highway Code knowledge by checking if you know the answers to the top questions our users fail to get right when practising. The correct answers are listed at the bottom of this blog post. Good luck! 1. Safety Margins “Overall stopping distance is made up of thinking distance and braking distance. You’re […]
This week (16 to 22 September 2019) is the Road Haulage Association’s fifth annual Lorry Week, called #LoveTheLorry. It’s all about promoting the work of the haulage industry and professional drivers. To support the week, we wanted to give you some top tips on how to become a more economical driver. This should help save […]
Strict clean air zones to spread across the country Image: BirminghamLive/ Birmingham City Council and used for editorial purposes only Birmingham is the latest UK city to announce that it is creating a clean air zone in the city centre to reduce pollution levels. The city council revealed the plans at the end of June […]
Changing the city centre Currently, there are said to be some 300,000 HGVs on UK roads alongside over 4,000,000 vans. Being major contributors to the air pollution, this is causing big problems in major cities. This number is ever-growing as the demand for delivery services rises in-line with the soaring popularity of online shopping. The […]
Telematics data can provide a “very effective” means of encouraging behaviour change among drivers to improve fleet safety.
Dr Dorn suggested that fleets should use both training and ongoing telematics data to encourage long-term behaviour changes So said Dr Lisa Dorn, associate professor of driver behaviour at Cranfield University, at last week’s ACFO spring seminar in Birmingham. Held to explore the changing face of vehicle management, the seminar saw Dr Dorn tell seminar […]
The MOT test changed on 20 May 2018, with new defect types, stricter rules for diesel car emissions, and some vehicles over 40 years old becoming exempt. Published 20 March 2018 Last updated 20 May 2018 — see all updates From: Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency MOT testing sign The way that the MOT test […]
You’re ready to pass when you get things right without prompting, you apply your knowledge of driving theory, you anticipate hazards and you make good decisions. 90% of people who pass their test learn with an Approved Driving Instructor Get these right – 10 most common reasons people don’t pass their test: 1. Observation at […]
Legitimate ADIs study and work hard to keep people safe on our roads. Our busy investigation team has an impressive record in prosecuting those who take money for instructing learners illegally. We carry out around 1,200 investigations into identity fraud a year. Accepting payment for taking tests for others can get you up to 5 […]