The latest news updates from THINK!

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News14th December 2018

THINK! Campaign urges young men to stop their friends drink-driving

Christmas THINK! road safety campaign released. Don’t let your mates drink and drive – that’s the message for young men in this year’s Christmas THINK! campaign, which launches today (Friday, 14 December 2018). Three new films are being released, based on the award-winning #matesmatter campaign, which last year had the biggest shift in over a […]

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News3rd December 2018

THINK! Christmas Drink Drive

  This Christmas we want to encourage young men to step in when their mate is tempted to drink drive. Mates are highly influential in young peoples lives and we want to embrace this influence to tackle drink drivers, by encouraging mates to intervene, at a time when drink driving is at it’s peak. We […]

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News3rd October 2018

THINK! launches a new website with downloadable campaign resources.

Today THINK!, the government’s flagship road safety campaign, launched a new website to help support road safety campaigns and education in England and Wales. The new website brings together the previous stakeholder, education and campaigns websites into a single platform to make it easier for people to find the information they need. THINK! worked with […]

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News24th November 2017

New THINK! road safety campaign launched to help cut child deaths

New road safety resources released to help teachers and schools highlight the dangers of the road. Road Safety Minister Jesse Norman has launched a new road safety campaign aimed at teachers and schools to help cut child fatalities. A recent survey revealed that 67% of children get fewer than 2 hours of road safety education […]

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News1st March 2017

Double penalties for motorists using mobiles

Motorists using a phone while driving will receive 6 points on their licence and a £200 fine. New drivers face losing their licence if they use their phones at the wheel under tough measures coming into force today (1 March 2017), warned Transport Secretary Chris Grayling. Motorists using a phone while driving will receive 6 points on […]

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