Every year we attend hundreds of road traffic collisions, rescuing drivers and their passengers and providing emergency first aid and trauma care.
Road traffic collisions can be devastating, not only to those involved, but to their friends and loved ones.
In 2016 there were 36 deaths on roads across Cheshire, there were 402 serious injuries and a further 2,645 slight injuries.
We want you to be safe when driving around the area, so please follow the advice below.
Driving during bad weather
Tips for keeping you and your family safe on the roads
Fatal 5 - Road users who commit one of the Fatal 5 offences are far more likely to be involved in a fatal collision than those who do not.
Road Sense - key road safety tips
Seatbelts - always wear a seatbelt - they save lives.
Mobile phones - mobile phone distraction costs lives.
Child car seats - useful information for parents about child car seats
Engagement Days - look out for our Driver Engagement Days, where we offer road safety tips to drivers.
Biker down - a free course run by bikers for bikers designed to answer these uncertainties.
Any amount of alcohol or drug taking, however small, will impair driving ability: More about Drink and Drug Driving.
Drivers using phones, either talking or texting, have slowed reaction times and difficulty controlling speed: More about Mobile Phones
Road safety information for kids and young people
We run regular road safety courses for young people. Use the links below to find out more about our road safety courses:
Think Drive Survive course for young people - we offer a one-day course for young drivers
Road Safety Week
Road crashes are our biggest killer, so every year we support Road Safety Week. Find out more about Road Safety Week.
Road safety - useful links