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24 July 2014 09:06 PM Updated: 24 July 2014 09:32 PM Like a tree falling in the forest, the stuff you say to other drivers in the soundproofed safety of your own car doesn't count: Don't you know what yield' means?
In the backdrop of the horrific death of three people in a car in south Delhi due to suspected CO poisoning, road safety and transport sector experts said Information technology (IT) based devices should be developed to equip vehicles with a
based mobile workforce solutions for service-based businesses of all sizes, and Fleet Safety Institute, a leader in providing industry best practices and services, today announced the availability of a co-authored white paper. The announcement comes
to roll out the Fast Track courts for traffic offences countrywide. The MOU will see the Judiciary setting up the fast track courts, which will specifically deal with traffic offences. Zindaba Soko said the agency sought to reduce the bad road-user
Traffic accidents Kingdom-wide have caused 508 deaths and 2,890 injuries in a single month, local media said quoting data released by municipality and traffic agencies...The Eastern Province registered the second highest accident rate with 8,333
After a town-hall styled public hearing lasting more than two hours Thursday Victoria council has unanimously endorsed a proposal to reduce the speed limit to 40 km/h on a number of city streets and in the downtown core. Councillors have now directed
The program focuses on the impact of making a selfish decision behind the wheel, including the consequences for passengers riding with a driver who makes bad decisions...The session will include stories, photos, clothing and the vehicle two brothers
Five radical ways to keep drivers off mobiles Magazine Monitor A collection of cultural artefacts Drivers caught using mobile phones at the wheel should have their penalties doubled to cut the number of road deaths, says the boss of the Metropolitan
Share this article General Motors shows an apparent pattern of stonewalling investigations of defects related to fatal crashes, the New York Times reports, citing documents obtained from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. GM) was
Monday, July14, in what the State Government says is an attempt to further reduce the road toll. Road Safety Minister Tony Piccolo said the cameras had been deliberately located on two of the busiest highways that had a record of death and injury.