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Drive To Survive

Lin BibbyLosing Joanne

Lynn Bibby taks about losing her 17 year old daughter Joanne in a crash just before Christmas.
BBC Hereford and Worcester and Midlands Today have launched a Drive To Survive campaign aimed at young car drivers. It hopes to reduce the number of car accidents that involve youngsters.

Steering WheelSee some of the designs we've been sent for our Drive2Survive campaign.

EyeDesign a poster for our Drive To Survive campaign giving your road safety message.

Telephone and computer keyboardYour messages, thoughts and solutions to the number of car accidents involving young people.

BBC Hereford and Worcester studioHear some of the moving stories told to BBC H&W during this road safety campaign.

Sarah GreatheadA Mother's story: "On the night of October 23rd, the security of my life was shattered..."

MotorcyclistA BBC Hereford and Worcester film has been shortlisted for an international award...

Crash for cash: linkPractical advice from the Insitute of Advance Motorists and how to avoid skidding.

car driverThe website aimed at cutting the number of accidents involving new drivers.

police accident graphicThis website from the Highways Agency has diagrams showing what to do if you skid.

Car crashThe Institute of Advanced Motorists runs courses on how to handle a skidding car.
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