Driving is, for most people, the most dangerous thing done on a daily basis. In 2015, 1730 people were killed on British roads and 22,144 people were seriously injured. Both figures are a 3% reduction from 2014. Over the years the figures have been reducing and the fatalities have halved from 2004 when 3512 people were killed. The serious injuries have reduced but not by such a high percentage.
So, what has caused this change? Well, medical care has improved and people are now surviving with serious injuries who may well, 10 years ago, have died. Cars are now safer than ever before, road engineering has helped as well as education.
There are several educational courses available to drivers, such as Speed Awareness, Drink Driving and What’s Driving Us? – known as WDU. (WDU covers several offences such as failing to stop at red traffic lights and unlawful mobile phone use). The problem with these courses is that they are only offered to drivers who have already been caught offending.
There are plenty of drivers on British roads taking risks who haven’t been caught and are not able to benefit from these educational courses. Most of the time drivers ‘get away with it’ and getting away with it causes drivers to develop habits.
Alison and her team are dedicated to improving road safety and their training courses are designed with this in mind.
After being in the industry for over 30 years, Alison has gathered many well established and meaningful qualifications making her and her team suitable for many different and diverse situations.
Alison and her team can offer tailor made presentations and/or on road training as illustrated below. Nothing is out of their remit. Please contact for specific requirements.
Alison is located in Surrey and has team members in Kent, Sussex and South London which allows them to access these areas. Contact now to find out what services can be provided to you.Contact Now