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With the end of British Summer Time (BST) bringing in darker evenings, Brake, the road safety charity, is calling on the Government to commit to moving to Single/Double Summer Time (SDST) to help save lives on the road.
Lighter winter evenings could also have life-saving implications – the number of pedestrians killed jumped from 46 in October 2017 to 63 in November 2017, the first month after the clocks went back, a consistent trend over recent years.
There are also significant environmental benefits to be gained from implementing SDST as it has been estimated that the switch would reduce CO2 pollution by up to 447,000 tonnes each year.
Commenting Joshua Harris, director of campaigns for Brake, said:
Ahead of this weekend’s clock change, Trusted Dealers offers some advice for motorists on how to stay safe on the roads this winter. To read the full article, click here.