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New EU minimum vehicle safety standards have been approved.

European Parliament gives green light to new vehicle safety standards

New minimum EU vehicle safety requirements will come into force from 2022. The European Parliament has backed the legislation, following a provisional...
The RAC is predicting heavy traffic on Good Friday, Easter Weekend.

Traffic jams set to peak on Good Friday

Around 15 million leisure car journeys are expected to be made in the run-up to Good Friday, with a further 12 million...
Driving at night carries the highest fatality rate for both drivers and pedestrians.

AAA calls for US headlight technology to be consistent with Europe

European vehicles equipped with adaptive driving beam headlights (ADB) increase roadway lighting by as much as 86 percent when compared to U.S....
European Commission Traffic Fatalities Fact Sheet

EU releases 2018 road safety figures for 28 Member States

Despite the European Union (EU) having some of the safest roads in the world, more than 25,000 people still lose their lives on EU...
Maximum speed limits are set at state level, and they have been increasing since the mid-1990s. Today, 41 states have maximum speed limits of 70 mph or higher while six states have 80 mph limits. Drivers in Texas can legally drive 85 mph on some roads.

Speed limit increases connected to 37,000 deaths

Increasing maximum speed limits over the past 25 years has cost nearly 37,000 lives, including more than 1,900 in 2017 alone, according...
Pakistan National Road Safety Strategy 2018-2030

Pakistan launches road safety strategy to save 6,000 lives by 2030

The government of Pakistan has launched the National Road Safety Strategy 2018-2030, outlining plans to improve road safety for all road users, including pedestrians, motorcyclists,...
Released to coincide with Distracted Driving Awareness Month, the survey also reveals that 60% of drivers post photos/ videos to social media, and 66% send an email about the situation – all while behind the wheel. During normal driving conditions 24% of drivers surveyed said they take photos or video while driving, 29% admitted to using social media and 24% said they send email.

Survey reveals 71% of drivers take photos of road emergencies

Almost three-quarters (71%) of drivers take photos or videos when they see an emergency vehicle on the side of the road responding...
RAC Report on Motoring finds more drivers are using their phones

More UK drivers admit to using mobile phones

After the tougher mobile phone penalties of 2017 appeared to result in a reduction in the number of drivers admitting to using...
The research, Dehumanization of cyclists predicts self-reported aggressive behaviour toward them published in Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, suggests that cyclists have been conceptualised as a minority group and a target of negative attitudes and behaviour.

Half of car drivers say cyclists are “not human enough”

More than half of car drivers think cyclists are not completely human, according to the findings of a new study by researchers at Monash...
EU agrees deal on vehicle safety technology legislation

New EU vehicle safety standards deal agreed

New cars, vans, trucks and buses sold in Europe will be fitted with a range of new vehicle safety features as standard, according to...
The study, A rocky road so far: Recreational marijuana and impaired driving, examines the impact marijuana legalization has had on road safety.

New report examines impact of marijuana legalization on road safety

Marijuana legalization has been linked to increased traffic collisions in a new study released by the Insurance Information Institute. The study, A rocky road so...
Highways England video footage highlights dangers of driving too close

New video footage shows dangers of driving too close

A video clip has been released by Highways England to demonstrate the dangers of driving too close. The footage,...
The TAC has issued a call to drivers in Victoria, Australia, to “ease up” and make safe decisions when using the roads;

TAC announces deadliest start to the year on roads since 2006

The worst start to a year in more than a decade has prompted renewed calls from the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) for Victorians to...
States with texting while driving bans have fewer emergency department visits

States with texting while driving bans have fewer ER visits

States with bans on texting while driving see an average 4% reduction in emergency department visits after motor vehicle crashes, according to researchers at...
The Vietnamese government has committed to increase helmet wearing rates among children of Vietnam to over 80% by 2030

Vietnam commits to increase helmet wearing rates among children

The Government of Vietnam has declared its commitment to the United Nations (UN) road crash prevention goals and has been selected to launch a...