Car Safety Schemes
Pass Plus Cymru is available to all 17-25 year olds who have passed their driving test. The course consists of a 2.5 hour theory session and a nine hour paired practical session (booked at a later date) with an Approved Driving Instructor, all for just £20. For more information or to book visit www.dragondriver.com
Mature drivers assessment
Drive On is a FREE one hour driving assessment scheme aimed at helping older drivers in Powys to drive with more confidence and safety. Assessments are carried out by Approved Driving Instructors and can be taken in your own vehicle.
Register for the scheme using the contact details on this page.
The Road Safety Unit run an informal classroom-based advice and information session for drivers over the age of 55 who want to update their road and Highway Code knowledge.
Sessions are completely free and take place around the county every three months.
Forthcoming Dates - TBC
Ever heard of the Fatal Four? They are the most common causes of death in road traffic collisions: drink/drug driving, speeding, not wearing a seatbelt and using a mobile phone at the wheel.
Even if you don't drive, you still have a voice when it comes to your own safety. Young people are being encouraged to follow a Facebook campaign which will enable them to access a whole range of advice and suggestions on alternative ways of influencing other people's behaviour should they not have the confidence to speak up.
Follow the Mission: Fatal 4law Facebook campaign
Child car seats
Powys Road Safety Unit can check if your child's car seat is fitted correctly - and it's free! All officers have completed Child Safety Seat Awareness training, accredited by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH).
To book a car seat safety check complete the booking form below and return to: email@example.com
For a guide to your child's in-car safety and find out for if you have your child in the right car seat please visit www.goodeggcarsafety.com.
Child car seats and the law, visit Gov.uk
View "Carrying Children Safely" produced by RoSPA (The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents)