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Chip runs are now fully in swing. Neil will be advising on the locations each week via normal channels. Open to all, if you want to come along on a Wednesday evening, just head to the BP petrol station at Westhill at 6pm.


Getting Involved

In 2023 we are looking to maximise the attendance of the AAM group at local events. We need volunteers to staff our Mobile Display Unit (MDU) and represent what we do. Have a look at the events page and if you can volunteer your time please get in contact at

Driving with dyspraxia: tips from IAM RoadSmart

Drivers with conditions such as dyspraxia, which affects hand-eye coordination, short term memory and spatial awareness often travel not noticing their condition and find it more challenging using the road than others. Some are even unaware that they are suffering from a coordination disorder. This week’s tips give advice on driving with dyspraxia, from ...

Driving with the little ones: tips from IAM RoadSmart

The school run isn’t always the calmest of experiences but having your kids properly secured in the back will take at least one stress off your mind. This week’s tips give advice on driving with children, from IAM RoadSmart’s head of driving and riding standards Richard Gladman.

Driving with technology: tips from IAM RoadSmart

Mobile communications and GPS systems used as sat-navs are becoming very common in cars. Whether you are connecting your Bluetooth to blast tunes or looking for the nearest Waitrose, these have become a fundamental part of the daily drive for many of us.

Vulnerable road users: Tips from IAM RoadSmart

We are all made up of different shapes and sizes, from old to young and within our unique make-up we each have a different set of problems and vulnerabilities. This week’s tips give advice on sharing the road with vulnerable road users, from IAM RoadSmart’s head of driving and riding standards Richard Gladman.