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Exposure Tracer rear light giveaway

There’s a staggering array of excellent rear lights to choose from this winter, and with prices starting at about £7 for a good powerful model there really is little excuse to compromise. At around £40, the Exposure TraceR rear light is by no means the cheapest, but it has a number of attractive features including USB charging, wide angle visibility, 3 levels…

Stop Killing Our Children

We aim to raise £10,000 to make a film about the road danger in Britain that kills and injures over 16,000 kids every year and poisons air for millions more. STOP KILLING OUR CHILDREN will put a spotlight on the institutionalised apathy towards road deaths that sees 24,000 people killed or seriously injured every year on British roads. Find out…

Zebra crossing pop-up protest

Our pop-up zebra crossing this week travelled to Winchester to help a community blighted by speeding traffic. Despite numerous meetings with their local council, a petition boasting 1,000 signatures and a campaign spanning five years, requests for a safe crossing continue to be turned down. Worthy Road is the only primary feeder road into Winchester City without a pedestrian crossing,…

Free urban public transport is spreading

The French channel port of Dunkirk has recently introduced free public transport for all, and in so doing joins an increasing number of cities seeking to reduce car dependency and tackle deadly air pollution. With its metropolitan population of 200,000, Dunkirk becomes the largest city in Europe to offer free public transport via its fleet of hop-on-hop-off buses. There is…

However you travel, this phone case has you covered

It doesn’t matter how you travel, your iPhone is at risk of suffering a cracked screen if dropped. It’s the reason British start-up Mous has devised a seemingly indestructible range of smartphone cases. Mous made a name for itself by dropping phones protected by its cases from 15m cranes and out of helicopters after deciding that slim phones case weren’t…