Parents spend a full working day taxiing their children around.

Australian parents spend a full work day each week driving kids...

Nearly two-thirds (61 percent) of Australian parents and carers spend up to eight hours every week on “taxi duty”, according to new research from...
The study also found a correlation between cell phone use while children were in the car and other risky driving behaviors, such as not wearing a seat belt and driving under the influence of alcohol whether or not children were present in the car.

Research: half of parents use phones while driving with young children

About half of parents talk on a cell phone while driving with children between the ages of four and 10 in the car, while...
Consumers looking for bicycle helmets that offer the best protection now have a new safety rating system to help them make an informed decision.

New safety ratings program launched for bicycle helmets

Consumers looking for bicycle helmets that offer the best protection now have a new safety rating system to help them make an informed decision. The...
Road safety charity Brake has produced a video highlighting the importance of child car seat safety.

Brake launches YouTube child car seat campaign  

Road safety charity Brake has created a short, animated film to help promote the importance of using correctly sized and fitted child seats in...
Top tips for safe driving this summer season

Top tips for safe summer travel

Whether you’re driving on the daily commute, driving at work or heading on a summer holiday, driving in warm temperatures has its challenges. With...
Virginia Williams, eLearning Content & Experience Lead at eDriving, talks about some of the reasons why teens are at risk on the road and offers best practice advice to help all drivers stay safe on the roads this summer season.

Summer driving: why all drivers need to be aware of 100...

“You never really know the drivers around you and have to anticipate for the unknown, like another driver swerving last minute or stopping abruptly.”...
A new study published by the National Traffic Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA) examines the relationship between a vehicle’s age and occupant injury severity in a fatal crash

NHTSA study confirms newer model cars are safer

A new study published by the National Traffic Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA) examines the relationship between a vehicle’s age and occupant injury severity in...
Nearly 27.5 million people still do not buckle up. NHTSA data shows there were 10,428 unbuckled passenger vehicle occupants killed in crashes in the United States in 2016.

Ten good reasons to wear a seat belt

It’s one of the most basic rules of safe driving and one of the easiest ways all drivers can help avoid injury—or worse—in the...
Study by Dr Rachel Aldred at the University of Westminster into cycling safety

When it comes to cycling, there’s safety in numbers

A just-published study into the risks of cycling in London, UK, has found that roads with more cyclists are safer. The researchers who carried out...