- Remember that your own safety is paramount – you will be no use to relay information to the emergency services if you become a casualty yourself
- Get help immediately by calling 999 – give the exact location, a description of what is involved and the number and condition of casualties
- Don’t move anyone unless they are in immediate danger and need to be moved prior to the emergency services arriving
- Never remove the rider’s helmet unless they have stopped breathing.
Great visual guide for loading your caravan to keep it safe and steady on the roads . pic courtesy of RAC
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The 95 Alive York and North Yorkshire Road Safety Partnership have undertaken a number of successful campaigns. Why not check out our posters and see how you can help support safety awareness.
If you would like to support our campaigns by distributing posters in your local area, please contact the road safety team on 08458 727374 or email firstname.lastname@example.org