The number of people killed and seriously injured on UK roads has shown a rise for 2014.
I have just read in FleetWorld that the figures show deaths and serious injuries on UK roads increased by 4% in the year ending September 2014, with deaths up by 1%.
In total, 1,730 people were killed and 22,630 seriously injured on UK roads in the year ending September 2014, up from 1,711 deaths and 21,728 serious injuries in the previous year. Casualties of all severities are also up by 5%, from 184,087 to 192,910.
What do you think?