25 May 2023

New online hub launches to educate drivers on Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)

The DIA has teamed up with RoadSafe to launch a one-stop website that offers simple-to-follow resources highlighting the different types of driver-assistance technology on vehicles. ADAS – Advanced Driver Assistance Systems – are developed to automate, adapt, and enhance vehicle technology for safety and better driving. ADAS was introduced to vehicles back in the 1970s

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AA shakes up driving school fleet with large expansion of vehicles available

The AA is significantly expanding its driving school tuition fleet to include multiple manufacturers, models and engine types. 15 new vehicles are now available to driving instructors across both driving schools owned by the AA (AA Driving School and BSM), including 2 new electric and two new hybrid options. The move means franchised AA and

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Emergency services Firefighters from the London Fire Brigade respond to an emergency in the street near the Farringdon station

Non-emergency ambulances, police cars and fire vehicles to use TfL bus lanes after trial resulted in fewer missed hospital appointments

From Friday 19 May ambulances, police and fire vehicles across the capital will have access to bus lanes on London’s main arterial roads while on duty, even when not dealing with an emergency. This follows a successful trial with Guy’s and St Thomas’ Foundation Trust that saw fewer missed appointments, and no negative impact on

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