A production by BBC 3 – This is the shortened version.
Using a Mobile Phone
Texting or using a phone is not only a motoring offence, it’s a possible killer! Here are a couple of very graphic, hard hitting examples of why you should put your mobile in the glove box and leave it there whilst driving.
This should make you realise just how quickly fun can change to tragedy. Graphic content.
It is very easy to think that you will be fine to drive the following day after a night out drinking. This young lady thought just that, however the reality was very different. Watch and take in the consequences.
The effects of driving with drugs in your system are equally as bad as driving with alcohol. These two young lads were tragically killed whilst driving under the influence of drugs. Fortunately they didn’t kill an innocent party. They did however inflict a life time of grief upon the family members that they left behind. This video was released by the family in the hope that its footage would have an impact upon those who watch it.
Horses can, like any animal, become unpredictable. As a driver you need to be aware of how to deal with approaching and driving past any animal. You will find some information videos on how to do this correctly.
We have also added some videos on what not to do and the consequences of getting it wrong.
Too fast, wrong side of the road and driving with no regard for other road users.
The British Horse Society advice on how to approach and pass horses. Excellent advice! Please watch and take the information on board.
How the world looks from the cab of an HGV vehicle. This provides a useful perspective in relation to cyclists, cars also fall into areas of poor vision. Don’t get down the inside of them when they are turning.
With motorcycles being approximately one third of the width of a car they tend to be more difficult to see. We have added a couple of videos here that will hopefully make you aware of the impact of not taking that extra second to check again.
Railway Level Crossing
A couple videos to highlight the dangers of level crossings if not used correctly.