Fife Safety Camera Partnership is continually working with internal and external business partners to promote casualty reduction in Fife. By developing consultations, campaigns and initiatives that support the young driver, our aim is to educate this group and guide them towards further driver training.
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New Driver Act - a new driver receiving 6 penalty points within the first 2yrs after passing the test will return to learner driver status requiring are-sit of both the theory and practical tests. A campaign has been launched using bus backs and bus stop advertising that shows a young driver adding a 'for sale' sign to the vehicle - indicating a possible scenario related to the outcome of negative driver behaviour at this early stage of driving experience. Click here to access more information.
Young Drivers at Work.....please click 'this link' to read the report compiled by Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (ROSPA). Also, view our 'Driving for work' page.
SAFE DRIVE STAY ALIVE: This initiative has been running since 2002 by way of a road show and compliments all other road safety projects running in the Kingdom. The target age group has been raised from 16-17yrs to 16-25 years in response to the local 2007 road casualty figures that showed this group made up 9 of the 14 fatal collisions.
PASS PLUS New Driver Evenings (on-going. Pass Plus is an established training course aimed at new drivers. For more information visit .
For more information contactMarion Harvie, Communications Officer, Fife Safety Camera Partnership, Road Safety
Tel: 01592 418859 Fax: 01592 418844 Contact Marion Harvie online
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