Road Safety Wales has been established to create 'unity from diversity' by developing and substaining co-operation and interaction between all key partners across Wales and/or agencies with the responsibility for road safety promotion.
To further casualty reduction through collaborative working.
It’s Family Safety Week from 23 to 27 April and to raise awareness of safety issues involving child car seats, Ceredigion County Council’s Road Safety Team is promoting the free car-seat check service they provide to residents.
Kayleigh Tonkins, road safety project officer, said: “The Road Safety Team offer free child car seat checks across the county at various family centres, or for individuals who can travel to Aberaeron.
“We can demonstrate the safe fitting of your child’s car seat in your vehicle, and supply you with an in-depth guide to child car seats that gives advice on what seat is suitable for your child and the legalities.”
The law req...
The MOT test will change on 20 May 2018, with new defect types, stricter rules for diesel car emissions, and some vehicles over 40 years old becoming exempt. The changes will affect cars, vans, m...
Around 1000 pupils from schools across Torfaen recently booked in to visit the TA Centre in Cwmbran to take part in this year’s health, safety and responsibility extravaganza, Crucial Crew.
Local Authorities in Wales will today find out their allocated slice of £25.9m worth of transport grants. The money will go towards programmes to improve safety, reduce congestion, create economic grow...
All four Police forces in Wales are using an unmarked HGV to catch dangerous drivers. The Operation Tramline lorry started being used in England three years ago and will now also tour Wales.