RSA and An Garda Síochána highlight life-changing impact of drink driving at Christmas and New Year in road safety appeal
1. Be safe during severe weather
2. Dealing with skids
3. Advice to walkers and cyclists
4. Motoring tips – Hailstone
5. Motoring tips – wind and severe flooding
6. Motoring tips – fog
7. Getting your vehicle ready for winter
8. Planning a journey in winter
9. Be Winter Ready - Advice on Safe Driving leaflet
An Garda Síochána and the Road Safety Authority (RSA) are urging motorists to reduce their speed and be mindful of vulnerable road users today. A national speed enforcement operation for a 24 hours, starting at 7am this morning
As your vehicle’s safety and performance, especially in wet conditions, are significantly reduced as your tyres wear, it is vital that you know about tyre safety
Safety tips for parents and children, as cycling is becoming noticed for all of the health and environment benefits, make sure to stay safe
Even during the day, darker conditions bring poor visibility and higher risk of collisions, simply because it can be harder to spot hazards. Familiar routes can pose totally different challenges in the dark and you really do need to be extra vigilant.
The Check it Fits service is quick, it’s easy, it’s free and aims to put parents and guardians' minds at ease that their child’s car seat is safely and securely fitted in the car.
Check the Garda Speed Enforcement Zones and know your speed limits on our roads to keep us all safer
March, September and December are the most Dangerous months on Irish Roads in terms of both Fatalities and Serious Injuries
While so many motorcyclists are some of the best drivers on our roads, there’s another significant cohort which are not. They are, by a vast majority, male. And younger road users – from 17-34 years of age.
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