New research has found that many UK parents are using an inappropriate child car seat.
Volvo is utilising technology normally reserved for video games to help it further its development of car safety systems.
More than 82 per cent of the British driving public are in favour of utilising speed cameras to fine drivers speeding near schools.
Christmas shoppers turning to the internet should stick with reputable websites of known retailers instead of third-party sellers on online marketplaces when buying electronics, a safety charity has warned.
Volvo has dropped several of its new cars from 30 metres to help emergency services to better prepare their skills for extreme crash scenarios.
Two-thirds of road users across 32 countries are in support of introducing a ban on cyclists wearing headphones, according to a new poll.
Scotland’s top fire officer warns of ‘life-changing consequences’ of misusing fireworks during private Bonfire Night celebrations
Record numbers of people considering private displays to celebrate Bonfire Night have prompted a safety warning from Scotland's top fire officer.
Ministers have been accused of "dithering" over new guidance to reduce antisocial behaviour involving fireworks, despite warnings of a possible spike in incidents this year in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The risk of a fatal accident is five times greater after darkness has fallen, according to new research.
A leading road safety organisation has highlighted the dangers of veering off the road if a deer is spotted ahead.
October marks tyre safety month, highlighting an often overlooked aspect of car maintenance. As the main point of contact between the car and the road, tyres are absolutely crucial when it comes to a vehicle’s overall safety.
A new system of Assisted Driving Grading, which aims to help drivers understand how to use the safety technology incorporated into nearly all new cars, has been launched.
Education Secretary John Swinney has accused a North East MSP of “reckless” language for saying Aberdeen pupils and teachers are at risk from the coronavirus.
A leading independent UK road safety charity is calling for speeding to become as socially unacceptable as driving under the influence after discovering that many people see excessive speed as acceptable.
The new Toyota Yaris has become the first car to score five stars in Euro NCAP’s updated test programme.
The internet provides great opportunities for children and young people to play, create, learn and connect and, during lockdown, it became a lifeline for many.
As another wave of lockdown restrictions are eased by the Scottish Government, with pubs reopening and the guidelines about who and where we can meet up with being relaxed, I would like to take this chance today to remind people in the north-east of their responsibilities around keeping themselves and others safe.
Two research groups at Aberdeen University have launched a free app to help farmers stay safe in their tractors.
Stonehaven RNLI is urging people to take care when visiting the coast.
North-east pupils who cycle to and from school are being urged to focus on safety throughout the remainder of winter.
Safety in high-rise blocks has been at the forefront of the minds of officials following the tragic deaths of more than 70 people in the fire at Grenfell Tower.
There are currently no pedestrian crossings on the stretch of Bedford Road and those on foot have to go across three lanes of traffic to cross at the site of the entrance.
With children across the north-east getting excited for Halloween, parents are being urged to make sure they are buying safe costumes.
Shell has been dealt with a safety notice after failing to properly ensure workers would be protected during an emergency on a North Sea platform.
Cutting-edge software has been introduced in the North Sea which provides real-time information on the location of oil workers around the globe.
Engineers have shut a north-east bridge due to safety concerns.
Bikers’ views are being sought on the effectiveness of road safety initiatives.
A large section of Aberdeen beach is being closed to the public on safety grounds from tomorrow.
Work to improve patient safety in a city hospital has been given the go-ahead.
Politicians have called for a safety review to be carried out on the new AWPR amid concerns over busy junctions.