RoSPA re-launches RoADAR website
RoSPA has re-launched its Advanced Drivers and Riders (RoADAR) website which now includes a members’ forum to encourage interest in, and debate about, road safety.
The website focuses on driver and rider behaviour and is designed for those at every stage of their development, whether experienced or newly qualified.
It provides up-to-date information on safer driving and riding techniques and includes a Twitter feed, access to RoSPA’s latest press releases, a RoADAR blog and an online shop.
It also aims to explain how becoming a member of a local RoADAR group – of which there are more than 50 across the UK – and taking a RoSPA Advanced Test can help road users to stay safe and get more enjoyment from their driving and riding.
The new members’ forum is designed to boost interaction by providing an online space for discussion and sharing ideas.
Elizabeth Wragg, development officer for RoSPA Advanced Drivers and Riders, said: “The site has a more up-to-date look and feel. We are particularly excited about the new members’ forum, which we hope will bring some interesting discussions and allow RoADAR groups to share ideas.”
Click here to see the new website, or contact Jo Bullock/Charlotte Hester on 0121 248 2134/2045 for more information.
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