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 […]
It is hard to believe that people could be so foolish to take photo’s or videos of themselves driving, but when the likes of Snapchat have features that seem to encourage it we ask whether it’s time app companies took some responsibility. Chris Benstead, a driving instructor first brought this to our attention a few […]
Aggressive overtaking forcing one in seven drivers to take evasive action One in seven drivers (14%) have been forced to swerve, pull over or brake to avoid a collision due to risky overtaking from other drivers. The figures have been revealed in a new survey by Brake and Direct Line, which also found that in […]
Only 17% of fleet drivers understand implications of new drug driving legislation Less than one in five company car drivers understands the new regulations on prescription drugs and driving which came into force last month. That’s according to a survey, conducted by DriverConnex, which has developed an easy to use app to help employees and […]
86% of fleets have experienced road accident in past 12 months Many companies are not addressing road risk management to reduce the risk of incidents, in particular amongst drivers who repeatedly have accidents. So says the Institute of Advanced Motorists’ Drive & Survive division, which has found that a shocking 86% of fleets have experienced […]
Well Done Alistair, great drive !!!!!
Speeding turns 119 today, with the first recorded incident occurring in 1896. It’s an ever popular topic here at Gizmodo UK, with full-on comment wars breaking out in recent articles. To celebrate this anniversary of going too fast, we’ve taken a look at the history, the future, and some notable cases of crime-that-isn’t-quite-a-crime. 1.) It […]
You’ve worked hard to get your new driving licence. The last thing you want to do now is lose it – but sadly it’s only too easy. As a new driver, your licence is probationary for two years. Collect just six penalty points (including any points carried over from your provisional licence) and you lose […]