We all have a responsibility to make the roads safer, as drivers, motorcyclists, cyclists, pedestrians or passengers and we can all do our bit to reduce casualties in Cornwall. View this section for some key safety advice.
Have you got children?
Putting a child seat in your car isn't enough to keep your child safe. Unless a seat is fitted properly your child could be injured, even in a slow speed collision.
Be a safer driver
Driving is recognised as one of the most dangerous activities we do, and one which the majority of us do nearly everyday.
Be a safer cyclist
Useful advice for drivers and cyclists on how to share the roads. Cycle helmets can reduce the risk of head injury. Get advice about wearing your helmet correctly when cycling.
Be a safer pedestrian
Over 30,000 children have been killed or seriously injured in the last 10 years on Britain's roads. Find out what you can do to help.
Be a safer motorcyclist
Most motorcycle accidents occur at junctions, on bends or when overtaking. Riders need to think ahead to avoid hazards on the roads.