• Rain
    17/06/20

    Driving in the rain - Tips from IAM RoadSmart

    With the Met Office issuing yellow weather warnings for heavy rain, thunder storms and possible floods across the country, Richard Gladman, IAM RoadSmart head of driving and riding standards offers tips for driving in the wet.

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    11/06/20

    Like father, like daughter

    In this week's blog, Kate Tonge, IAM RoadSmart Director of Marketing & Communications, writes about her father's love of Advanced Driving and his commitment to road safety, and the impact these had on her own driving.

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  • Henny Cameron 2_Jun 20
    05/06/20

    Making a difference with IAM RoadSmart

    To mark Volunteer Week (1-7 June), guest blogger Henny Cameron writes about her work with Northampton Advanced Motorists, explaining how much she enjoys the work she does with the Group, members and local community to support road safety in her area.

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  • Derek Baker
    01/06/20

    As a volunteer the reward is knowing I have given back to others

    To mark Volunteer Week (1-7 June), Derek Baker, Chief Observer and Group Secretary of Kidderminster Advanced Bikers, reflects on what volunteering for IAM RoadSmart means to him in this guest blog.

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    27/05/20

    Back to school tips from IAM RoadSmart following Coronavirus lockdown

    With a phased return to school for primary school pupils due to begin in England next week following Coronavirus restrictions, IAM RoadSmart is reminding parents, carers, drivers and riders to be on full alert in the vicinity of schools. With drop-off and collection arrangements likely to be staggered and some people only just returning to driving or riding after an extended period away from the roads, the need for vigilance around schools will be essential over the coming weeks. Richard Gladman, IAM RoadSmart’s Head of Driving and Riding Standards has some advice on how to make sure it’s as safe as possible for all road users.

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