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Thursday, April 28, 2016

Excessive Speed a Factor in 322 Road Deaths Between 2008 and 2012

Excessive Speed a Factor in 322 Road Deaths Between 2008 and 2012

Monday, April 25, 2016

RSA and Applegreen to Provide Free Cups of Coffee to Tired Drivers This Weekend

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and Applegreen have teamed up to help drivers to combat the effects of driver fatigue over the May Bank Holiday Weekend by providing free cups of coffee to drivers at Applegreen Service Stations around the country.

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Ireland’s NCT is Completely Reliable

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) would like to clarify a crucial point following last night’s Prime Time programme about the NCT and suspension tests, to ensure that car-owners are not misled or misinformed by the programme.

Monday, April 18, 2016

Minister Donohoe introduces Fixed Charge Notice & penalty points for driving with defective or worn tyres

Minister Donohoe introduces Fixed Charge Notice & penalty points for driving with defective or worn tyres

Friday, April 15, 2016

New information leaflets will help drivers be aware the impact of health problems on their driving

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) in association with the National Programme Office for Traffic Medicine (NPOTM) at the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland today announced the publication of the new information leaflets at the 2016 update of the Medical Fitness to Drive Guidelines for Group 1 & 2 Drivers.

Monday, April 04, 2016

DEFECTIVE TYRES A FACTOR IN 71 ROAD DEATHS BETWEEN 2008 AND 2012

RSA, Minister Donohoe and An Garda Síochána launch major tyre safety awareness campaign Landmark report reveals that vehicle factors contributed to 1 in 8 fatal collisions analysed between 2008 and 2012 111 people lost their lives and 30 were seriously injured in collisions where vehicle defects were a contributory factor Brakes also a factor, contributing to 18 deaths and 6 serious injuries

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