Motor insurance: Norwich accident spots highlighted
Wednesday, 09 April 2008
The details of junctions in Norwich considered to be a major risk for drivers have been released by the police in Norfolk.
The highlighted spots are set to be given extra attention by officers in the months ahead who will attempt to reduce the number of incidents, reports the Norwich Evening News.
Casualty Reduction Officer at Norfolk Constabulary Michael Edney stated that drivers should be vigilant at all times and pay attention to the roads.
"All accidents are preventable and I think there are people who do take notice and think about it," he told the publication.
He added that losing concentration is usually to blame for incidents that take place, with actions such as changing the radio channel having an impact.
Norfolk county council cabinet member for planning and transportation Adrian Gunson added to these sentiments and stated that the sites earmarked will be studied in depth.
In related news, safety officials at Gloucestershire Highways recently threw out calls made by the council of Ampney Crucis to repaint road markings on one local road.
Drivers involved in crashed may find that their car insurance premiums are negatively impacted upon.
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