Our aim is to help to make Surrey's roads safer for all road users. Outlined are the services we provide along with some information and advice on road safety for different sections of our community.
We give information about road safety schemes in your area and about the Drive Smart campaign that is run in partnership with Surrey Police, tackling driving behaviour that negatively affects the lives of county road users and residents.
Surrey Fire and Rescue Service provide a "Safe Drive, Stay Alive" section for information about their initiative, which aims to educate Surrey's young drivers about their actions and possible consequences.
Gov.uk provides information about driving tests, motorcycle tests, learning to drive and The Highway Code.
Pass Plus Plus is a scheme jointly back by the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) and by insurers. It offers extra training to newly qualified drivers, which then allows them to get cheaper car insurance.
The National Driver Improvement Campaign is a scheme jointly backed by local authorities and the police to provide driving courses to help drivers who are seen to be "Driving without due care and attention or reasonable consideration to other road users".
If you have a disability, the Motability scheme might be able to help you get a vehicle.