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07/10/2010
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Driver and rider safety

Information for drivers and riders.

Cycling and motorcycling

Cycling and motorcycling.


Rehabilitation Scheme for Drink Drive Offenders

The procedure for courts to refer drink drive offenders to approved training courses is specified in sections 34A to 34C of the Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988. This guidance identifies good practice for course organisers in the provision of courses and sets out the minimum requirements for course content and delivery which must be met. It also seeks to promote consistent administrative procedures in the operation of the scheme by courts in England, Wales and Scotland.

Published:
01 September 2010

Driving for work


Highway Code

The Highway Code is essential reading because its rules apply to all road users: pedestrians, horse riders and cyclists, as well as motorcyclists and drivers.

Published:
14 July 2005

Fitness to drive

A link to a document for health professionals and others enabling them to provide drivers with more informed advice on their health and fitness to drive. Also includes an ordering form.


Aftermarket HID (Xenon) headlamps

A summary of the regulations relating to the sale and use of aftermarket HID or Xenon headlamps in Great Britain.

Published:
08 May 2007

Archived content

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