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The Scottish Government, in collaboration with Transport Scotland and Road Safety Scotland, have released a toolkit for communicators in local authorities and supporting organisations to use when implementing 20mph speed limits in their local area.
Road Safety Scotland and The Scottish Government has launched a new Fitness to Drive campaign to inform the public about the links between health and driving and encourage drivers aged 60 and over to get regular eye examinations to continue driving safely.
The Scottish Government, in collaboration with Transport Scotland and Road Safety Scotland, have launched a campaign informing drivers that they could be fined for parking on the pavement, while highlighting the dangers that such parking poses to pavement users.
It is illegal in Scotland to carry pyrotechnics, such as flares and fireworks, in public places, including at sporting and live music events.
It’s nearly Bonfire Night, and ahead of 5 November the Scottish Government and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service are launching a campaign to highlight the dangers associated with fireworks misuse and the laws designed to help keep us all safe.
The Scottish Government and Road Safety Scotland's 'Breathtaking Roads' Motorcycle Safety Campaign is back for the busy riding season.
New resources are now available.
Scotland for Ukrainians: a guide for displaced people is a comprehensive guide for displaced people from Ukraine arriving under the Scottish Super Sponsor Scheme. This has been published by the Scottish Government on gov.scot, and is available in Ukrainian, English and Russian.
Introducing Road Safety Scotland's latest 'Drive on the Left' campaign, which urges drivers to stay safe and alert during their journey through Scotland.
Today we wanted to share with you a new Emergency Alerts Service that has been launched by the UK Government.
The Driving Tired Kills (Fatigue) Campaign from Road Safety Scotland is focused on reminding people of the dangers when driving fatigued, and to provide tips that people can use to keep safe and reduce the risks of driving when tired.