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Happy New Year from TISPOL

Published Tue, 05/01/2016 - 10:59

TISPOL would like to take this opportunity to wish all road users a very Happy New Year and a safe 2016. Thank you for your effort to keep safe and save lives in 2015 and please do include road safety in your list of New Year resolutions. Reduce the risks you face and the risks you pose to others...  take personal responsibility for your own safety and the safety of other road users. 

Thank you

Road safety group calls for mandatory driver eye tests

Published Mon, 04/01/2016 - 13:32

Road safety organisation GEM Motoring Assist is calling on the Government to introduce compulsory eyesight testing for all drivers at regular intervals. GEM says better regulation of eyesight tests for drivers would cut collisions and make Britain’s roads safer. A detailed test of a driver’s visual acuity and field of view should be required every 10 years, according to GEM.

GEM chief executive David Williams MBE comments: “We are worried that a large number of drivers have not had their eyes tested for many years – and some have never had a test.

Road safety groups react to UK Government plan

Published Tue, 22/12/2015 - 17:24

Learner drivers could be allowed to drive on the motorway for the first time under new government plans to be announced on 22 December. The scheme announced by the Department of Transport will see a £2m fund set up to improve driver education - which will include giving learner drivers the chance to practise on a motorway with an approved driving instructor before their test. The proposal also includes a £750,000 grant to police forces across the UK to tackle drug-driving and  £50m grant to support Bikeability training in schools over the next four years. In 2014, there

Trivium results - Netherlands

Published Mon, 14/12/2015 - 08:23

During a national action against 'mobile banditry', or itinerant criminal groups, the police made 45 arrests. Every day from Tuesday 27 to Friday 27 November, police officers investigated itinerant groups that commit criminal activities such as shoplifting, drugs trafficking, identity fraud and burglaries.

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