Just two months ago, Mike Egan, a Brake volunteer from Merseyside, was involved in a road crash with another driver who had fallen asleep at the wheel. He was seriously injured, and still very much suffers from the effects of the crash. Mike tells his story here.
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Young drivers have long been recognised as a particularly high risk group on the roads, and devastating crashes involving teenagers are never far from the headlines. Dr Sarah Jones from Public Health Wales, an expert in this field, makes the case for graduated driver licensing as the solution to this intractable road safety problem.
As 100,000 kids take to the streets on the day of Brake's Giant Walk, Brake's campaigns officer Ed Morrow examines why it's so important to get more children walking and cycling to school - and why we are currently failing to do so.
This year, as usual, November will play host to Road Safety Week, the UK's flagship road safety event. Not quite as usual, Road Safety Week will have a big focus on sustainability, with the theme 'drive less, live more'. Brake deputy chief executive Julie Townsend looks forward to the event and explains why Road Safety Week is going green.
Two years ago, Brake volunteer Iris Yee's partner Lidia Zoetemelk was killed by an HGV while riding their scooter. To mark the anniversary of her death, Iris shares a little of her experience of being bereaved by a road crash.