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Working to deliver a transport system which balances the needs of the economy, the environment and society.

Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency, part of the Department for Transport.

VOSA provides a range of licensing, testing and enforcement services with the aim of improving the roadworthiness

standards of vehicles ensuring the compliance of operators and drivers, and supporting the independent Traffic Commissioners.

Think Road Safety campaign for both Child and Adult

The Highway Code

Driving Standards Agency, delivering tests from over 400 Driving Test centres and 140 Theory Test centres as well as the statutory regulation of Driving Instructors and Trainers, together with the promotion of voluntary registers and non-statutory activities to improve driving standards


A partnership between the County and Unitary Councils, the Constabulary and the Health Authorities, which is committed to reducing the number of deaths and injuries on Lancashire's roads.

The Greater Manchester Casualty Reduction Partnership aims to provide a coherent, strategic approach to help local authorities, agencies and other stakeholders reduce the number of deaths and injuries on our roads by working together to ensure the partnership objectives are achieved.

Merseyside Road Safety partnership is continually working towards reducing the number of people killed and seriously injured on the regions roads.

Is a multi-agency Partnership committed to saving lives on the roads of Cheshire, Halton and Warrington.

Cheshire West and Chester Council's Road Safety Strategy is designed to enhance the safety of all road users.


Euro NCAP provides motoring consumers - both drivers and the automotive industry - with a realistic and independent assessment of the safety performance of some of the most popular cars sold in Europe. If you want to know the safety performance of your current or future car - this is where to look! 

TyreSafe is one of the UK's leading tyre safety organisations, dedicated to raising awareness about the dangers associated with defective or illegal tyres. It was established in 2006 as a not for profit organisation and campaigns in line with current legislation and duty of care regulations.

The Home Zone concept was pioneered in the 1970s in the Netherlands. Home Zones are an attempt to strike a balance between vehicular traffioc and everyone else who uses the street, the pedestrians, cyclists, business people and residents.


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