Meaningful NGO Participation in the Field of Road Safety Published by the Global Alliance of NGOs for Road Safety, the guide offers NGOs and activists practical advice and inspiration
Drivers using a phone are four times more likely to be involved in a crash.
Wearing a seat-belt reduces the risk of a fatal injury by up to 50 % for front seat sccupants and up to 75 % for rear seat occupants.
A 5% reduction in average vehicle speed can reduce deaths by 30%.
Wearing a motorcycle helmet correctly can result in 40% reduction in risk of death and 70% reduction in risk of severe injury.
Airbags are designed to work with seat-belts, not instead of them. Belt up, every time.
Texting and driving slows your reaction time, endangering yourself and others on the road.
If you wear a seat-belt, you are less likely to be seriously injured in a road traffic crash.
This is a photo of a Bangkok police officer administering a breathalyzer test.
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