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Back-seat drivers are usually labelled as a major annoyance but Mayo's road safety officer Noel Gibbons is calling on them to speak up, not shut up.
Mayo's road safety officer is waging a new war but this time, instead of phone users, tired drivers, or speed demons, the target is the humble flip flop.
A grieving daughter has issued a road safety appeal ahead of the May Bank Holiday weekend after a freak accident which saw her boyfriend accidentally drive over the body of her father, who had died on the road while walking home at night.
The latest installment of the high speed blockbuster franchise, The Fast and the Furious, has been blamed for an increasing number of illegal driving stunts by ‘boy racers’ in industrial estates and on rural raods across the county.
The fifth and final event is a series that has been getting people across Mayo out and active this spring, with a strong ‘Be Safe, Be Seen’ road safety message too, takes place on April 18 in Ballinrobe.
Mayo’s road safety officer has appealed to drivers to stay cool at the wheel if they find themselves trailing behind a slow moving tractor on a winding rural road.
The organiser of the recent Saddle Up For Epilepsy Cycle, Brenda Quigg from Breaffy, says the event was a huge success and issued a heartfelt thanks to all of those who supported the cycle.
The Rose of Tralee, Maria Walsh from Shrule, has spoken out about the devastating consequenes of road carnage on families and communities as part of a new Valentine’s Day themed road safety campaign.
Spring has sprung so it is time to get out in the fresh air and start enjoying the great outdoors again.
More than 1,500 Mayo teens attended a hard-hitting road safety event yesterday (Thursday) in the TF Royal Hotel, Castlebar.