Posted on 1st June 2017 in
News, Drivers, Motorbikes, Drivers, Motorcyclists, Cyclists
Today, 1 June, sees the launch of Surrey and Sussex Police’s summer drink and drug driving campaign – also known as Operation Dragonfly. The month of action will see the counties’ joint Roads Policing Unit carry out dedicated patrols to put the brakes on any motorists who take to the road while under the influence of intoxicating substances.
Posted on 26th May 2017 in
News, Drivers, Motorbikes, Drivers, Motorcyclists
Brighton and Hove City Council have recently started a trial in selected bus lanes to have motorcyclists using them too. Are you looking out for them?
Posted on 25th May 2017 in
News, Motorbikes, Drivers, Motorcyclists
The National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) is running a week of action focussing on motorcycling, and it's being supported by Sussex and Surrey Roads Policing Units (RPU), Sussex Safer Roads Partnership (SSRP) and DriveSmart in Surrey.
Posted on 11th May 2017 in
The New Driver Awareness training has undergone extensive revision over the winter months, and the first delivery of this updated package was to the Brighton and Hove Albion Under 18s football club last month.
Posted on 27th February 2017 in
From the 1st of March, you will receive a £200 fine and 6 penalty points on your licence if you use your mobile phone while driving.
Posted on 12th January 2017 in
Sussex Safer Roads Partnership is warning motorists of the dangers of using your mobile phone whilst driving, with a new campaign entitled #ItCanWait.
Posted on 22nd December 2016 in
News, Drivers, Motorbikes
We’ve been talking about the dangers of driving under the influence, but are you still willing to risk it?
Posted on 21st December 2016 in
News, Drivers, Motorbikes, Speed
You may be ready for Christmas (and we’re pretty jealous if you are), but is your car ready for winter?
Posted on 13th December 2016 in
Sussex Safer Roads Partnership (SSRP) are overseeing the implementation of Average Speed Cameras (ASCs) at two new sites in Sussex. Both areas in Brighton (along Marine Parade) and Hastings (seafront, between the Marina and Grosvenor Crescent) already have fixed safety cameras, but these will be replaced with ASCs, and, furthermore, they will be the first permanent ASCs in the county.