ROAD SAFETY and breakdown organisation GEM Motoring Assist is warning drivers to be watchful for the symptoms of fatigue and the risks of being behind the wheel when tired.
Motorists who drive too slowly without considering other road users may be contributing to collisions and casualties, according to a road safety expert in Co. Mayo.
New attitudinal research released today by the Road Safety Authority (RSA) has found that a quarter of drivers surveyed agreed that there were times when they may have been over the drink driving limit when driving the morning after a night out.
Van-drivers and tradespeople are being encouraged to carry out regular safety checks on their vehicle to ensure its roadworthy.
The Road Safety Authority (RSA) has expanded its pilot online driver theory test service to include cars and motorbikes on a limited basis. The RSA has been working to deliver an online service, with a pilot online test already underway for trucks and buses.
As we approach another busy bank holiday weekend and with 10 motorcyclists lives lost already this year, road Safety professionals and the widow of a motorcyclist killed in a road collision launch a campaign for road safety by conveying the following message to all road users- lookout for all road users- Check your mirrors -look …
With silage cutting season underway, the Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) and the Road Safety Authority (RSA) are appealing to drivers of farming machinery and other road users to share the road safely.
AA Roadwatch has reported an increased number of traffic incidents* on Ireland’s roads as Covid-19 travel restrictions were lifted and traffic volumes rose again.
Headphones can be a great way to listen to music or podcasts, helping us to enjoy the best sound experiences without interruptions. Many people also find that headphones can help them to concentrate or relax by blocking background noise and distractions. However, wearing headphones while on the road – as a driver, cyclist, e-scooter rider …
An Garda Síochána and The Road Safety Authority (RSA) are appealing to motorcycle riders to slow down, ‘ease off the throttle’ and keep within speed limits. The appeal is being made in response to the high number of motorcycle fatalities seen this year – to date in 2021, six motorcyclists have been killed on Irish …