Whether you’ve just passed your test or you’ve been driving for years you should always aim to be a safe and responsible driver.
Roughly two-thirds of people aged 17+ hold a full driving licence and 2.7 million vehicles are licensed for use on the road. Driving is an every day activity for many in the population. It is not without its risks, however, and Road Safety Scotland provide advice and guidance to help you be a safe and responsible driver.
Road Safety Scotland's primary concern is the safety of all road users. They provide advice and guidance for drivers, cyclists, motorcyclists, pedestrians and horse-riders, as well as teaching notes and class activities for educational professionals.
On their website, you will find education tools, road safety guidance and publicity materials. You can download specific publications, audio, and video clips by searching their resource database.
Their remit is to develop and co-ordinate Scotland-wide road safety initiatives and campaigns.
We are absolutely delighted to have them on board again for 2016 as our main show partner. You can find their stand inside The Highland Hall.