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What is Dying 2 Drive?

Dying 2 Drive is a free multi-agency road safety scheme aimed at reducing death and serious injury amongst young road users in Herefordshire.

Our events involve a realistic road traffic collision (RTC) reconstruction followed by powerful interactive workshops.

The scheme is aimed at Year 11 students who will currently be car passengers and soon become young drivers.


What does the event involve?

Sessions begin with the reconstruction of a fatal road traffic collision involving all of the blue light services, their response and the ripple effect of such a collision.

After the reconstruction, key safety messages will be reinforced through group activities. The workshops will focus on the causes of RTCs such as not wearing seatbelts, driving whilst impaired and driving with distractions.

There will also be various skills discussed that may help them to avoid potentially dangerous situations.




When and where?

Dying 2 Drive will run at Leominster Police Station from 18th-22nd September 2017 and at Peterchurch Fire Station from 11th-15th September 2017 in Herefordshire.

In Worcestershire, the event will run at Worcester Fire Station from 25th – 29th September 2017 and at Bromsgrove Fire Station from 2nd – 6th October 2017.

We run two sessions a day and you may choose from morning or afternoon session.

Morning session: 10:00-12:15
Afternoon session: 12:30-14:45


These are approximate times and will be confirmed upon booking.

Please ensure that we are informed prior to your attendance of any special requirements.

Places will be allocated on a first come first serve basis and as the event is always popular so we would encourage you to book your preferred slot early.


Want more information?

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Information and booking forms are coming soon.

In the meantime, if you have any questions regarding Dying 2 Drive, please contact the Community Risk team on Dying2Drive@hwfire.org.uk or call 0800 032 1155.