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The following, local and national, links are provided as a reference point.

Brake is a road safety charity dedicated to stopping deaths and injuries on roads through awareness-raising campaigns, including Road Safety Week and educational resources including leaflets posters and advertisements.

website - http://www.brake.org.uk

With a 140,OOO-strong membership, the BMF has gained the experience, the knowledge and the influence that today's riders need. Our researchers and analysts work on any subject affecting motorcycling. We are active in Europe through the FEMA (Federation of European Motorcyclists Association) and FIM (Federation of International Motorcyclists). We lobby MPs, MEPS, Ministers, Commissioners and Committees, to ensure that your views and concerns are heard and understood by Local Authorities, national Government and the European Union.

website - http://www.bmf.co.uk

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Devon County Council road safety pages

website - www.devon.gov.uk

To contribute to the reduction both of crime and the fear of crime and to increase public confidence in the criminal justice system by fair and independent review of cases and by firm, fair and effective presentation at court.

website - http://www.cps.gov.uk

The Department for Transport's objective is to oversee the delivery of a reliable, safe and secure transport system that responds efficiently to the needs of individuals and business whilst safeguarding our environment.

website - http://www.dft.gov.uk/

The 'THINK!' campaign is about all of us using our roads safely, whether we are driving, walking, cycling or using public transport. Unlike previous campaigns, which concentrated on a particular road safety issue, THINK! is a year round road safety banner for all campaigns, aiming to create a greater awareness of all road safety issues.

website - think.direct.gov.uk

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Cornwall County Council's Road Safety Unit

website - www.cornwall.gov.uk

information, transactions, services, interactive tools, forms and leaflets about: driver licensing, learner and new drivers, buying and selling a vehicle, owning a vehicle, personalised, registration and number plates, road safety and vehicle crime

website - http://direct.gov.uk/motoring

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The primary aims of the DVLA are to facilitate road safety and general law enforcement by maintaining registers of drivers and vehicles, and to collect taxation - vehicle excise duty (VED).

website - The Driver And Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA)

website - Dorset Road Safety

website - Torbay Council

Maintains, operates and improves the network of trunk roads and motorways in England on behalf of the Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government and the Regions.

website - Highways England

The UK has one of the best road safety records in the world, but we can do more to prevent deaths and serious injuries. We’re working to improve driver skills, knowledge and attitudes through campaigns such as Think! We’re ensuring that drivers and vehicles are licensed and safe, and bringing in laws to make roads safer.

website - Gov.uk Road Safe

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Providing a central organisation for all people actively engaged in the promotion of road safety.

website - http://www.irso.org.uk

Make Roads Safe is the campaign for global road safety. Every six seconds someone is killed or maimed on the world’s roads. Sign our petition calling for urgent action by the United Nations.

website - Make Roads Safe

The Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety is a registered charity and an associate Parliamentary Group. Its charitable objective is "To promote transport safety legislation to protect human life". Its aim is to advise and inform members of the House of Commons and of the House of Lords on air, rail and road safety issues. It brings together safety professionals and legislators to identify research-based solutions to transport safety problems having regard to cost, effectives, achievability and acceptability.

website - http://www.pacts.org.uk

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The Council's responsibilities as Highway Authority include highway maintenance, transport strategy and policy development, road safety, Local Transport Plan project development, accident investigation and protection, public transport subsidy and development and promoting the use of more sustainable forms of transport.

website - http://www.plymouth.gov.uk

Supporting Road Safety Officers in fulfilling their statutory role - to reduce the number and severity of road accidents through education, training and publicity policies and programmes.

website - http://www.rospa.co.uk

Sustrans is a sustainable transport charity working on practical projects to encourage people to walk, cycle and use public transport in order to reduce motor traffic and its adverse effects.

website - http://www.sustrans.org.uk

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