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If you have a website you'd like included on this page... you know of one you would like us to take a look at... or you discover a link from this page that no longer works... please e-mail us by Clicking Here.
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More Links  Page 2 has a range of web sites which might be of use... or interest... to the general motoring public.  Arranged in broad categories... approx. 112 Links.
  
More Links  Page 3 has a range of web addresses to other sites relating to motoring... mainly large... or Government organisations.  Arranged in alphabetical order... approx. 160 Links.
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blinkx Video Search.
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put and Keywords into the 'Search Box'... like Speed Cameras... Road Safety... Road Accidents... Photoblocker... etc. etc... and blinkx will search all the main sites for Videos on that subject.
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Roadweb
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Roadweb is a loose association of approved internet sites promoting road users' rights and supporting car and road use in the UK. Click to visit the hub where you will find links to all member sites.

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UK-Driving-Secrets.
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This website... sells a downloadable ebook.  Written by a Traffic Officer with years of on-the-job experience... it gives Legal tips on all aspects of driving... getting stopped... appealing against various tickets... and taking the fight to Court.  Have a look at their advert... they give a brief outline of everything they cover... [the kind of Information that an ordinary Solicitor probably wouldn't tell you about.]

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The Association of British Drivers.

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A non-profit, grassroots organisation... run by its members and campaigning on a whole range of issues.  [May also be of interest to others as it covers a broad range of issues which may be applicable to other countries.]
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To access Links... they will be found on the Home page in the navigation bar on the left hand side.  Has a large number of links from many countries. 
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National Motorists Association.

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A very similar organisation as the one above which covers the USA and Canada.  A grassroots, pro-motorists lobby group which covers a wide range of issues.  Has about 70 links on its links page, plus a number scattered throughout the site.
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To access Links... click 'Useful Links' on the Navigation bar on the left hand side.
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National Motorists Association - Australia.
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A grassroots, pro-motorists lobby group which covers a wide range of issues.  Very similar to the two previous links... this one based in Australia.
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Links... on left... about 28... mainly of local interest.
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Drivers.com. 

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This is a Portal website by PDE Publications Inc. which is a knowledge-based company in North America specializing in Information about... drivers: driving: driver behaviour: and traffic safety.  This website is an Information resource for both traffic safety professionals and the general public... with a wealth of Information on... driver training: education: and licensing.  Also has another section which deals with all kinds of computer issues: equipment: and sales. 
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To access Links... click one of the sixteen categories on the left hand side of the Home page: then many of these categories have links to other relevant websites at the top of that page.  In total about 150 Links scattered through the various sections.  [This site has a lot of links to specific articles on this website.]
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MADD.  Mothers Against Drunk Driving.

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An American grassroots organisation dedicated to reducing road deaths related to Drink Driving.  Their Website contains a lot of statistics about road deaths, particularly about Alcohol related deaths.  The site also has links to 45 other websites... many of these are to sites which are concerned with Alcohol rather than Road Safety issues... all in North America.  This organisation has hundreds of different chapters... many with their own websites. 
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To access Links... click 'Statistics', then click 'Links'. 
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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

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In depth Website covering many aspects of road safety in the U.S.A.  Has details of... official reports: policy issues: and a lot of statistics.  The site has links to 23 other websites: mainly Government: Organisation: or Industry sites. 
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To access Links... click 'General Information' then click 'Links'.
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Driver Competency Assessment Protocols
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Broad based services and training programs [DCAP] in Canada, which runs a whole range of driver assessment and training programmes.  Has a variety of in-depth articles.
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To access Links... Just click Links on the left hand side, when you will find about 130 Links: mainly to other North American Government sites.
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RoadSense.
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RoadSense is a grassroots Australian website concerned with... safe driving: speed limits: Government enforcement policy: and how to deal with tickets of various kinds.  Publishes statistics about accidents and provides a good forum for discussion from all different types of drivers.
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Road Safety Web Links - Australia and the World
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Has several hundred Links to... News stories: Reports: Environmental issues: and various Organisations... all on a very long Home page... just keep scrolling down.
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RoadSafe - A Partnership in Road Safety.
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RoadSafe is a road safety partnership of leading companies in the motor and transport industries in Britain... the Government... and road safety professionals.  It aims to reduce deaths and injuries caused by road accidents and promote safer driving.
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To access Links... click on 'Road Safety Information' on the banner at the top: has about 35 links to other British websites.
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SafeSpeed
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This website argues for policies that promote wider use of safe speeds without the present excessive emphasis on speed limits.  Quote... "We can demonstrate that the current obsession with speed limit enforcement is not producing good road safety results... and causes many moral injustices."
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Advanced Driving UK.
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This website is about starting your driving career in the absolute best possible way by having thousands of pages of detailed information on Learning to Pass your L Test... and moving onto further and Advanced Training. 
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Reporting Websites.
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Websites which operate on a similar idea as Road Supervisors... see an Incident... take down the details... make a Report... Information passed on.
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Better Driving Please.
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A British website where registered users can Report incidents of bad driving or anti-social behaviour online.  Reports may be accessed by the Police or Insurance companies.
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Arrive Alive - South Africa.
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Arrive Alive has set up a National Traffic Call Centre... where members of the public can volunteer to become "Traffic Observers" who report on a whole range of dangerous and corrupt behaviour.
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1-866-I-Saw-You!
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The "I Saw You" Safety & Scholarship Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) public charity based in Florida: USA.  It is committed to reducing the numbers of deaths and injuries involving teenagers through an awareness program that empowers all drivers to effectively monitor and report dangerous driving behaviour.  Operates through Insurance companies.
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1800 - How's my Driving?
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1800HowsMyDriving.com... say they are Canada's leading Driver and Fleet Monitoring Program... designed to increase safety on the roadways.  They provide risk management solutions and observation reports which contain valuable information on a vehicle operator's driving habits.
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Tell-My-Mom.com
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A website from the U.S.A. [also operates in Canada and France] which runs a programme similar to the one we are advocating should be run on an official basis.  Parents put a bumper sticker on the car with a toll free number where people can call if they have any complains about a young person's driving.  The company forwards the information so the Parents can gain an insight into the behaviour of their children and deal with any problems before they get out of hand.
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How's My Teen Driving.
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As above... bumper sticker... make a report... e-mail sent to parents.
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Report My Teen.
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As above... bumper sticker... make a report... e-mail sent to parents.
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Alltrack USA.
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More hi-tech than the others... offers Real-Time tracking... so you can see exactly where the vehicle is.  Passive tracking... where you can download details of trips from a black-box... where, when, how fast, details of braking, accelerating, etc.  Plus some other innovative options.
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References - etc.
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USA... it is now possible for potential employers to check a driver's official driving record in most States: [for a fee: $14-30]  Can also check a person's Criminal Record: Credit History: or References from previous Employers or Landlords.
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Hogline-UK.
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A small website which gets registered members to fill in a report form... online... about incidents of dangerous driving.  Details are then passed on to the relevant authorities.
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