The Motorist Motoring & Drink Insurance Check Road Safety Bikersí Page
This page is designed to bring you breaking news or advice about all forms of road use. For specific information from Police, Trading Standards departments or other public bodies, please see their respective pages on this website. We also have a page specifically for bikers as well as one for general road safety.
Services that may be of interest to all road users include:
Road works/closures scheduled for Nottinghamshire - click here.
To report a road, footpath or cycleway defect click here...
AA route finder: input the start and destination (most easily as post codes) and you are provided with a written and map-based route together with distance and estimated travel times; invaluable!
DirectGov index to all Government-sourced road user information; itís all here, from learning to drive/driving licences to registering, taxing buying/selling your vehicle. This site even goes into driving for a living and driving abroad. A must read!
Highways England for latest road closures, road works or general road conditions update.
Fuel prices? click for a price comparison to help find the best deal (enter a post code).
Also, what does the Park Mark sign on public car parks mean? Read more...
Nottinghamshire Alert is a messaging system that allows Nottinghamshire Police, Trading Standards and Neighbourhood Watch together with other public organisations to distribute messages concerning community safety to members of the public quickly and efficiently. Register online at https://www.nottinghamshirealert.co.uk/ Go to our Law & Order > Neighbourhood Alert section for more information and details of how to join this important service.
The Alert system is particularly useful for warning of outbreaks of vehicle-related crime (be it theft, vandalism or anything else). Our community is semi-rural which means that it is quite a popular target for thieves looking for out-of-the-way situations, so being aware of their activity nearby is powerful information for taking care of our own. Recent outbreaks of vehicle-related crime was extremely useful information for those of us linked to Neighbourhood Alert. Itís simple (and free) to join, so why not enrol today?
See our Neighbourhood Alert page and follow the links!