We proudly support
Road Safety Week 2017 and Brake’s campaign to save lives by reducing the number of motorists who speed unnecessarily. Not only are they breaking the law, but they're risking serious injuries and the lives of children and adults, which is something we sadly see far too often.
As part of our #SaferJourneys campaign we want to remind everyone how important it is to be smart, sensible and switched on, especially when the winter weather falls. Road Safety Week
Our clients are speaking out in support of Road Safety Week, in the hope that by telling their story, people will realise the devastating impact dangerous, careless driving and reckless speeding can have on people's lives.
A young army engineer’s military career has been left in tatters because of life-changing injuries he suffered in a head-on crash caused by two drivers.
Jack Childs Watson is using Road Safety Week to speak for the first time about his battle to overcome life-changing injuries he suffered when two cars crashed into his vehicle as they attempted to overtake a lorry and a coach on the A423.
Read Jack's story.
A mother-of-two seriously hurt in a fatal head-on crash, caused by a driver falling asleep at the wheel, has spoken of her battle to recover from her injuries.
Kelly Fry is using Road Safety Week to warn of the consequences of drivers getting behind the wheel while tired.
Read Kelly's story. Simple Tips Save Lives
Road Safety Week presents us with an opportunity to raise awareness of the dangers on the road and remind everyone how a loss of concentration for even a split second can be life-changing.
Sadly we see on a regular basis, the impact of these decisions, and how they tragically change our clients' lives forever.
With this in mind, we've produced five simple tips then may be straightforward, but if everyone follows them, we will all have #SaferJourneys together.
Stay Bright At Night
We've produced a handy A-Z of road safety to help everyone remember the basic rules to follow on dark evenings or really early mornings.
The key is to Stay Bright At Night:
Bright in the clothes you wear and Bright in the way you think.
Click here to view our useful infographic.
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