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Club News: IAM manifesto addresses young drivers as the top road safety priority


Publication date: 12 November 2014


The IAM has published its road safety manifesto for the upcoming general election, calling for urgent support from all political parties to promote driver and rider improvement on UK roads.

 

One of the more radical ideas in the IAM manifesto is a call for high speed rural roads to be part of the driving test as well as for road safety to be part of the national curriculum.

 

IAM chairman Alistair Cheyne said: “We need legislation, we need campaigns to nudge people towards better driving behaviour and we need more training interventions – yes from people like us – but also from parents and the community. All of society has a duty to safeguard our young people.”

 

Read the full manifesto 



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