Legal guide to UK motoring, sections for law enforcement, Driver licensing, learner and new drivers, buying and selling, speeding fines, owning a vehicle, wheel clamping, traffic information
The Highway Code applies to England, Scotland and Wales.
The Highway Code is essential reading for everyone. The most vulnerable road users are pedestrians, particularly children, older or disabled people, cyclists, motorcyclists and horse riders. It is important that all road users are aware of The Highway Code and are considerate towards each other. This applies to pedestrians as much as to drivers and riders.
Road signs and their meanings.
Most of us use the roads on a daily basis with the vast amount of road signs that we are faced with we can easily get confused by not being sure what they mean, the Road Sign section lists the most recent road signs, for learner drivers it is very helpful with the signs clearly grouped and easy to find this section on road sign meanings should help in recognizing road signs
Road Safety Act
Contents of the Road Safety Act of 2006
Safer Driving Help
Tips for safer driving including The Arrive Alive Classic Scheme: The Driving Standards Agency's Arrive Alive Classic programme which promotes road safety for mature drivers and The Arrive Alive Road Safety Programme: The Driving Standards Agency's Arrive Alive programme aims to promote road safety for young people
Road Traffic Act
Road Traffic Act 1988. All vehicles and their drivers in the UK have to abide by the law these laws are set out in The Road Traffic Act which covers the use of all vehicles on roads, all aspects of vehicle use are included and are set out in seven sections:
Part 1 - Road Safety Provisions
Part 2 - Use of Vehicles and Equipment
Part 3 - Licensing of Drivers of Vehicles
Part 4 - Heavy Goods Vehicles
Part 5 - Driving Instruction
Part 6 - Third-Party Liabilities
Full descriptions and images of road markings and their meanings.
Full descriptions and images of regulartory signs and their meanings.