Change Font Size
Change Site Colour Scheme          

Passenger

Driver 2Travelling as a car passenger is something which thousands of people in Gloucestershire do every day and part of that experience is to avoid distracting the driver and always wear the seatbelt. Wearing the belt became law in 1983 and since then they have saved at least one life every single day, but unfortunately some people need a reminder despite it being a legal requirement for the last 30 years.

Why wear a Seatbelt?

A seatbelt stops you turning into a loose object. In a crash at 30mph, you’d be thrown forward with a force of 30 to 60 times your own body weight. The message from Gloucestershire Road Safety Team is ‘Wear your seatbelt, every journey’.

Travelling with young children

Child Seat Campaign 2013

New Child Seat Regulations The Road Safety Team has provided expert training and advice on the latest regulations for new child car seat products.  Fire-Fighters at Gloucester North Fire Station have received refresher child seat check training including an introduction to...

Read more about 'Travelling with young children'

Passengers aged 14 and over – think about these points, one day, just one of them could save your life:

Are you sure that the driver is legal, not drunk or on drugs and will drive considerately? If not, have a ‘Plan B’ – money for a taxi, phone number for a reliable friend or relative who can collect you....

Read more about 'Passengers aged 14 and over – think about these points, one day, just one of them could save your life:'

Untitled Document