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Road safety news in brief: 29 February- 4 March

Monday 14th March 2016

A recap of the road safety news in brief from the week commencing 29 Feb:


04 Mar: 13.45
TTC Group in top 1,000 companies to inspire Britain
The TTC Group, which educates more than 330,000 road users each year, has been named as one of the top 1,000 dynamic companies “to inspire Britain”.


04 Mar: 12.00
Twitter: Are you ready to adapt to your conditions?


04 Mar: 09.45
Electric bicycles and mopeds: there are no 'grey areas'
The Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA) and the Bicycle Association of Great Britain (BA) have issued a joint statement voicing their concern that some sellers are 'ignoring' the rules surrounding high powered electric bicycles.


03 Mar: 16.00
IAM reveals 100mph speeders in 30mph zones
Five drivers have been caught travelling at more than 100mph on 30 and 40mph limit roads in England, according to the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM).


03 Mar: 11.00
Cold front warning for drivers (RAC)
Snow and ice could cause problems for drivers over the coming days as a cold front sweeps in from the Atlantic.


02 Mar: 12.00
Nissan reveals driverless car push
Nissan is the latest company to throw its hat into the ring in a bid to capture a share of the autonomous car market.


01 Mar: 14.45
Agenda confirmed for Brake’s Fleet Safety Conference 2016
Brake has confirmed the speaker line-up for its Fleet Safety Conference 2016. This year’s conference, sponsored by Aviva Risk Management Solutions, will see experts from the world of fleet share best practice in managing road risk on Thursday 26 May 2016.
View the agenda


01 Mar: 12.15
Google self-driving car hits a bus (BBC News)
One of Google's self-driving cars crashed into a bus in California last month, possibly representing the first time it has caused a collision.


01 Mar: 09.00
National Data Analysts' Conference takes place today
The inaugral National Data Analysts' Conference, titled 'Joining the Dots' takes place today. Follow all the action on our Twitter page, or by using the hashtag #JTD2016.
View the Conference website


29 Feb: 14.00
Ride smarter: GEM calls for motorcycle skills boost
GEM Motoring Assist is keen to ensure motorcyclists put safety first on rides this season and the road safety organisation says central to this is a focus on rider skill.


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