THINK! provides road safety information for road users. Our aim is to encourage safer behaviour to reduce the number of people killed and injured on our roads every year.

Take longer to look for bikes



Road Safety Champions competition

Motorcyclists make up just 1% of road traffic but account for 19% of all road user fatalities.

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Drink driving

Drink driving

Any amount of alcohol affects your ability to drive. You risk a fine of up to £5,000, a minimum 12-month driving ban and a criminal record.

Find out more about the consequences of drink driving

THINK Cyclist

drivers look out for cyclists

The THINK CYCLIST campaign offers advice to drivers and cyclists on how to stay safe on the road.

THINK CYCLIST

Tales of the Road

Tales of the Road

Road safety games, quizzes, tips and advice for 6-11 year olds and parents

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Seatbelts

Seatbelts

Not wearing a seatbelt can be fatal, even at low speeds – watch a video showing what happens in a crash

Always wear a seatbelt

Drug driving

Drug driving

For those caught while driving under the influence of drugs, the penalties are as severe as for those who drink and drive

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Mobile phones

Mobile phones

Using a mobile phone while driving means you’re four times more likely to crash - take the Driving Challenge to see why

Using any mobile phone when driving is dangerous


Horse Sense

Horse sense

Whether you’re a rider or a driver, find out how to keep safe on the roads and avoid accidents involving horses

Pass horses wide and slow

Fatigue

Fatigue

An estimated 20% of accidents on trunk roads and motorways are sleep-related – don’t drive tired

Don't drive tired

Speed

Speed

Speed is one of the biggest factors in fatal road crashes. Speed limits are there for a reason – find out why

It's 30 for a reason

Road Safety Champions competition

Child and teens

THINK! has teamed up with motoring services giant RAC and Wallace and Gromit creators Aardman to launch a road safety campaign for schools.

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