Driving Distractions

Distracted driving accounts for a high proportion of fatal car crashes and the sad truth is that most of these fatalities result from easily preventable causes.

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fatigue

13% of drivers admit to having fallen asleep at the wheel and 1 in 5 fatal accidents in the UK is related to driving tired. 

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phone distraction

In the UK, it's illegal for people to hold a cell phone while they're in the process of driving a vehicle. If they get caught doing it, they can be fined £200 and given 6 penalty points, and in some cases, they can even lose their license. 

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In July of this year Kent Police caught 37 drivers using their mobile phones. In the same month the RAC’s research showed only 60% of drivers would stop using their phones while driving voluntarily even if they knew these could cause accidents. The RAC says “it was surprised the figure was not signifciantly higher given that consequences can be so severe in terms of the impact on human life."

To find out more about this read “Overcoming the Mobile Phone Menace with an App” an interview with Romex’s Sales Director, Steve Arscott in the September issue of the award-winning Roadway Magazine, the journal of the RHA Road Haulage Association.

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INTRODUCTION:

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Martin Baggs, CEO of Thames Water gives us his thoughts on Romex Driver Protection.

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New Infographic

When will businesses take the lead by banning mobile phone use whilst driving?

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