Road safety may be considered by many as a problem faced by children, but given that more adults are killed and injured on roads, we also provide information and support to vulnerable adult groups.
We also deal with disabled forums, special needs and interest groups.
Test papers and certificates at various levels are available to dog clubs. The training is designed to ensure owners have control over their dogs so that they do not contribute to road accidents.
We support the advanced driving tuition and better driving courses run by the Institute of Advanced Motorists.
Risk awareness courses have been organised for Council drivers highlighting the risks faced by those who drive for work.
Apart from general publicity, talks to elderly groups are available and the Council has supported West of Scotland Road Safety Forum campaigns targeting this particular group.
The road safety play ‘Urban Roadeo’ has been a hit with a variety of groups within East Ayrshire. Sponsored by Road Safety Scotland, the play highlights the dangers of roads to pedestrians, drivers and passengers in an entertaining way.