With road safety budget cuts, it is feared that those seriously injured or killed on Britain’s roads will increase.
In recent years the number of people injured or killed on our roads has fallen but in order to maintain these statistics and reduce them further, funding into road safety must remain in place.
Many councils have already reduced the number of lollipop women and men on our roads and have switched off or fail to replace faulty speed cameras.
With many road accidents preventable it is important that money is still allocated to improving Britain’s roads. Equally as important is driver’s taking responsibility for their actions and driving safely.
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