Safety on the Roads
North Tipperary County Council, through its Road Safety Officer, and in conjunction
with the Road Safety Authority, is committed to promoting and creating awareness
of all aspects of road safety.
The three main causes of death and injury on Irish roads are speeding, drink
driving and non-wearing of seat belts.
- Excessive or inappropriate speeding is the cause of a quarter
of all fatal crashes each year.
- Drink driving is a factor in over one third
of all fatal crashes in
- Without a seat belt three out of four people will be killed or
seriously injured in a head on crash.
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