The Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS) has launched a unique interactive dashboard of info about all reported casualties, including the other vehicles involved, for each parliamentary constituency.
This is one of the most informative tools for MPs and Road Safety Practitioners at a time of rising fraction of people injured who aren't in a vehicle ("vulnerable road users"). It's therefore very useful for walkers / 2-wheelers.
Data come from the Department for Transport (2015-19) and map each casualty by severity. Users can filter results according to speed limit, severity, casualty age and road-user type.
Try it here. [Article summarised from the monthly Newsletter of The Graham Feest Consultancy].
Kings Heath and Redditch waiting rooms will be open from 22 April, but not Shirley. (The full list is here). The DVSA are not on strike—that's the DVLA—and have been very good with thorough guidance as ADIs get back into teaching. This includes examiners' expectations for the state of the car you bring for test (not a concern if you use your instructor's):