Public Safety Catalogue

Road Safety - Advice, Information & Resources

Road Safety at RoSPA is proud that Great Britain now enjoys one of the best road safety records in the world - but with around six people still dying on Britain’s roads every day there is much more to be done.

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The Road Safety Department produces a vast array of advice and information on all areas of road safety and accident prevention.

RoSPA Road Safety

For further information on all road safety issues or if you can't find the resource you are looking for, consult our Frequently Asked Questions, complete our Contact Form or email us at: help@rospa.com or call: +44 (0)121 248 2000.

RoSPA Road Safety Policy

RoSPA Road Safety

RoSPA's Road Safety Department has a clear vision for the future of road safety. To maximise our influence we concentrate our limited resources on specific areas of accident prevention. For further information, take a look at our vision, key issues and policy statements. See how we respond to proposed legislation on road safety with our consultation responses.

For further information on any of our road safety policies, consult our Frequently Asked Questions, complete our Contact Form or email us at: help@rospa.com or call: +44 (0)121 248 2000.

Current Road Safety Campaigns

RoSPA Road Safety

Lighter Evenings Campaign
RoSPA is spearheading the campaign for a change that would bring lighter evenings all year round. Read the latest update on this campaign.

Young Drivers Campaign
Young and novice drivers are more likely to be involved in road accidents than more experienced drivers. Find out more about this campaign.

Management of Occupational Road Risk (MORR™) Campaign
RoSPA has long campaigned for organisations to adopt a proactive risk management approach to reducing the risks connected with 'at work' vehicle use. Read how RoSPA has lead this campaigning issue.

Drink Drive Campaign
Proposals to reduce the drink drive limit and to give Police the power to conduct random breath tests are a key campaign issue for RoSPA. Find out more.

You can show your support for our campaigns by completing our Campaign Supporters form.

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03/12/2014 : Press release: RoSPA hopes new lower drink-drive limit will light the way for clock change

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) welcomes Scotland’s new lower drink-drive limit but hopes the move will lead to another law change as it pushes for lighter evenings.

11/11/2014 : Press release: Increased demand sees RoSPA take on four new international driver trainers

An increasing awareness of the importance of driver safety abroad has led to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) recruiting four new international driver trainers.

24/10/2014 : Press release: RoSPA welcomes Scotland’s move to lower drink-drive limit in time for Christmas

RoSPA strongly supports the Scottish Government’s move to lower its drink-drive limit in time for this Christmas.

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