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    Winter Safe Journey

    Central FM, Police Scotland and Diageo are delighted to work in partnership to bring back the Winter Safe Journey campaign.  The aim of the campaign is to make the roads across the Forth valley safer for all of us now, and in the future.
    Following on from the success of the last Winter Safe Journey campaigns which ran from 2005 to 2009, our aim is to achieve zero fatalities on the roads of the Forth Valley.
    • We will remind drivers about safe driving practices.
    • We will have a series of different messages running covering everything from getting your car winter ready, driving to the road conditions, being responsible and committing to never drink and drive.
    • We will also be covering off speeding and mobile phone usage.



    We need you to make your pledge to Never Drink and Drive!

    Join the pact today by completing your details below:

    Get your car ready for winter

    Reduced daylight hours and the possibility of inclement weather place additional demands on all road users.

    Make sure your car is winter ready, for advice please click here

    Winter Safe Driving

    The road conditions can affect how we drive. Please click here for advice on best and safe driving practices this winter

    Festive Season

    Be safe this festive season. The new drink drive legal limits have been set to make the roads safer for all users. The best advice is not to drink and drive.

    Join the Pact today and commit to never Drink Driving!

    Take a look back here for more information on responsible drinking and staying safe over the festive period

    Mobile phone use whilst driving

    Please think twice before you answer your phone whilst driving, even on hands-free the consequences can be devastating and can cause serious if not fatal injuries due to lack of attention. Please click here for more information

    Seat Belts

    Don’t let someone you know become your killer. In a crash, you are twice as likely to ie if you are not wearing a seatbelt. For more information, please click here

    Together we can work together to make our roads safer.