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Driving and riding skills will be vital says IAM RoadSmart

Driving and riding skills will be vital says IAM RoadSmart as a new era for cycling and walking is hailed Cars and motorcycles will still be many people's first choice of transport outside our main urban areas IAM RoadSmart has warned, as the Government signals the need for walking, cycling and even e-scooters to be part of an integrated transport network when the current lockdown rules are eased. And with cars and motorcycles having been virtually mothballed by many since late March, the UK's largest independent road safety charity, believes that refreshing driver and rider behaviour and skills will be essential to ensure all road users can play their part in ensuring that Britain gets moving again safely, when that time comes. The UK's largest independent road safety charity welcomes the proposals for extra capacity for pop up cycle lanes, wider pavements and bicycle and bus-only streets, as this is the safest  way to integrate vulnerable roadusers with motorised traffic…

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