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Mayo so their bikes can get a clean bill of health,the cards will also be distributed through the secondary Schools.Mayo County Council, in partnership Taise Green Schools an local cycle shops,will be opening up a ‘Bike Surgery’ during next week Bike Week in secondary Schools (7th—12th March), Irelands biggest mass participation cycling event to encourage everyone to rethink their everyday journeys and switch to cycling as the most convenient way to get around.We know that trying to use your phone while you drive is lethal.There is now plenty of research to back up what our own common sense told us in the first place – you cannot use a phone and drive safely at the same time.As the spring weather entices more people to take to the roads to enjoy the warm temperatures and scenery, we remind everyone to be more aware of other road users.Pedestrians and Cyclists are among the most vulnerable road users and in some countries constitute over half of all road deaths.Mr Noel Gibbons road safety Officer said The Valentine’s campaign is targeted primarily at young male drivers.Statistics show that this group is involved in more road traffic collisions than any other category of driver.
Wet weather can worsen slicks and, coupled with bad light, can sometimes make them impossible to see.
This isn’t intended as singling out young men for criticism.
It’s just a fact, and this is one time of the year that the Road Safety team believe provides an opening to appeal to young male drivers and urge them to heed the dangers inherent in driving.’A road collision can result in devastating emotional and physical trauma for drivers and their passengers, their families and loved ones.
Even small amounts of fuel spilled on a road are very dangerous.
It is effectively like hitting a patch of sheer ice; braking and traction can be lost in an instant.’ Mr Noel Gibbons urged "All drivers of agricultural vehicles, fuel delivery trucks and hauliers to ensure their fuel tanks are secure as we have had quite a few diesel spills on our roads lately, apart from the cost to the local authority to clean up these spills, these spills can cause the loss of a life." Castlebar Gardai said "We back this initiative 100 per cent because I don't think that drivers appreciate the dangers that are involved from spilled fuel, any measures to reduce collisions is most welcome, this initiative to highlight the problems caused by diesel spillage is an excellent idea." , Environment Awareness Officer with Mayo County Council added her support to the “Cap it” initiative.