Detailed statistics of road accidents and casualties reported to the police in Great Britain in 2014.
- Author(s): Department for Transport
- Published: Department for Transport
- Date Added: 09 Oct 2015
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Statistical data on reported road accidents and casualties in Great Britain in 2013.
Objectives: To provide an exploratory understanding of the socio-psychological processes which may relate to road traffic accidents involving motorists and horse riders and to recommend measurements for policy and practice to improve road safety for all users.
Objectives: A website dedicated to the documenting of equine accidents. Also offers advice for how to prevent accidents.
Objectives: To provide guidelines for the Riding and Road Safety examiner. The test recognises responsible, courteous and competent riders, well versed in road craft and road safety.
Objectives: To give information on the types of body protection available and the standards to which the items should adhere.
Objectives: To educate riders about the types of hi-visibility clothing available, and the standards to which their clothing should adhere.
Objectives: To help riders understand the need to be safe on today’s busy roads. It also explains how to take the BHS Riding and Road Safety Test.
Objectives: To summarise the evidence regarding horse riders and road safety, and describe the BHS riding and road safety test
Objectives: To set out what steps the Government intend to take to help vulnerable groups of road users, but also to make Britain's roads safer for all road users.