Remembering Road Traffic Victims – IRVA

Remembering Road Traffic Victims – IRVA

IRVA – The Irish Road Victims’ Association I was speaking with Donna Price over the last few months from IRVA – The Irish Road Victims’ Association who do remarkable work for the bereaved whose family members lives have been cut short on our roads. Donna...
Changes across the EU in Driving

Changes across the EU in Driving

Driving Age Raised and other changes   January 2013 was an interesting month from every angle here at SafeDrivingForWork.com The 19th of January was a unique day across the EU which saw the introduction of the new EU Driving Licence across member states. The age for...

Christmas Road Safety

The Road Safety Authority and An Garda Siochana launched their Road Safety Campaign for Christmas 2012 this week. The campaign focuses on Driver Behaviour. Primarily the campaign focuses on high risk driving behaviour. At  the launch  Over the festive period, there...

Ten Tips for Driving on Icy Roads

Driving Safer on Icy Roads Slow Down and leave yourself plenty of room to stop. Don’t rely on other road users to leave space. It’s your job to control it.  You should allow at least three times more space than usual between you and the car in front of...

Penalty Points most common offences

What’s the most common driving offence in Ireland to attract penalty points? It’s not drink driving as many people people think – it’s speeding. Penalty points introduced 10 years ago in 2002 have been very effective according to road safety...
Importance of Regular Eye Tests for Drivers

Importance of Regular Eye Tests for Drivers

  New Visual Standards for Driving In December 2010, the Road Safety Authority issued new visual standards for driving. This was widely welcomed by optometrists, eye specialists and other medical practitioners. Learners – Full Licence Holders and those over 70...