RoadDriver Supports Road Safety Week
We're all human: we daydream, get side-tracked, run late and make mistakes. But on roads, distractions can be fatal.
When using roads, we all need to tune in to road safety and give it our full attention – particularly if we're at the wheel, but also when we're walking, cycling, skating, running, you name it – to keep ourselves and each other safe.
Organised by the road safety charity Brake, Road Safety Week 2013 (18-24 Nov) focuses on the theme of tuning in to road safety and avoiding distractions, and we're appealing to communities and organisations around the UK to register now with Brake to help get this life-saving message out.
RoadDriver is a signatory to the European Commission’s Road Safety Charter. Our goal is to help reduce road accidents through our driver monitoring and public awareness schemes. (Road Safety Schemes link above)
We aim to influence driver behaviour by reinforcing the driver's responsibility to drive within set speed limits and in an appropriate manner, also to compliment and recognise good driving behaviour. We are committed to road safety and are proud to be signatories to the European Charter for Road Safety.
The Department of Transport figures show for 2011 (RRCGB) that 203.950 accidents were reported to police with a 3% increase in road deaths which is the first increase since 2003. While there has been a reduction of 2% in reported accidents to police, it is estimated that a further 500,000 casualties occur on our roads (National Travel Survey data 2010)
How to submit or view vehicle Reports
To check or to view any previous reports filed against a particular vehicle; Enter the vehicles registration number into the yellow number plate box above and either press the return key or click the GO button. If you wish to file an incident report or compliment a drivers behaviour - Click the Reports tab on the top navigation line above.
You can check vehicle registration numbers on our database as often as you wish, although for security reasons and to guard against malicious reports you will need a valid email address to file a report.
The purpose of our licence plate reporting service is to bring to a driver's attention, his or her driving behaviour and attitude as witnessed by their fellow drivers'. It is as important to submit complimentary reports on witnessing good standards of driving as it is to report bad or inconsiderate drivers.
Honesty is an absolute necessity for the lawful operation of our licence plate reporting service. Anything less renders our website and your individual report useless. We are not a Road Rage site or a conduit for your anger, if you want to scream, shout, or abuse, please do not use this site. See our (Incident report policy)