IAM RoadSmart


Drivers warned of financial implications of drink drive convictions

Road safety charity, IAM RoadSmart, has warned motorists of the severe financial penalty they could face as the consequence of a drink drive conviction. Read More

Proposed new Highway Code could ‘potentially reduce’ road safety

UK drivers and motorcyclists are unconvinced by proposed changes to the Highway Code, according to a survey conducted by road safety charity IAM RoadSmart. Read More

Webinar Wednesdays: Driver safety – Understanding & influencing drivers’ attitudes & behaviour to reduce risk

Learn how to assess your drivers’ attitudes and influence their behaviour, how to effectively use driver risk profiling and the impact of COVID-19 on driver attitudes and behaviour. Read More

‘1 in 5 motorists are more anxious on the road than pre-lockdown’

COVID-19 has caused motorist anxiety and stress levels to rocket, a study by IAM RoadSmart has discovered. Read More

Urgent action is needed to reduce fatal and serious crashes involving at-work drivers, says IAM RoadSmart

Urgent action is needed to tackle the stagnation in the number of people killed or injured in collisions involving drivers working or travelling on business, according to IAM RoadSmart. Read More

Exhibitor stands set to make a splash at Safety & Health Expo 2018

Safety & Health Expo 2018 (19-21 June) will be home to over 270 exhibitors providing solutions, expertise and products for the whole range of health & safety issues. We've picked out a few stands demonstrating new products or hosting exciting activities. Read More



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