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Enabling
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Treasure hunt

Helping disabled people learn to drive can sometimes be challenging but it is ultimately a very rewarding experience
Youthful Thinking
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Unwrapping common sense

Somehow, we’ve reached the end of another year and into the festive season. In the road safety world this is the time when the drink drive message is at its strongest, but offending at its highest.
The Debate
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Is it time to ‘hang-up’ on all phone calls behind the wheel?

Shaun Helman, Chief Scientist Transport Research Laboratory and Edmund King OBE, President, Automobile Association give us their thoughts
Look Who's Talking
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Meredydd Hughes

He is well known in road safety circles, not least for setting up Road Safety Support in 2008. “As the head of ACPO Roads Policing I saw that changes to government funding would result in us losing the technological expertise we had.
The Techtician
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Virtual Insanity!

Transferring the dangers of the smartphone to the smart dashboard is only going to play out the same scenarios
The Standards Check
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A guide to the Standards Check

We've teamed up with SmartDriving to bring you a new series of helpful videos to prepare you for your Standards Check
Look Who's Talking
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David Hickenbotham

Cycling has become a passion for this Leicester boy, one of eight children born into a working-class family during post war austerity. He recently cycled to the battlefields of the Somme to raise money for charity and is looking to pedal to the D-Day landing sites next year too