RoSPA Advanced Drivers and Riders-East Renfrewshire Group's

Aims and Objectives are:

"To improve road safety and reduce road collisions and casualties by improving driving and



motorcycling knowledge, attitudes, skills and standards. 

To provide access for the public to RoSPA’s advanced driving and riding system and test on a non-commercial basis.

To provide consistent, high quality advanced driver and rider tutoring to group members.

To encourage and help drivers and motorcyclists to pass RoSPA’s Advanced Driving and/or Advanced Motorcycling Tests.

To help to implement RoSPA’s overall mission to save lives and reduce injuries."

(Excerpt from the East Renfrewshire Group Constitution)

 

 

Our Monthly Group Meetings are held at Clarkston Halls





Clarkston Road,

Clarkston

East Renfrewshire



G76 8NE

 A Map Can Be Found Here.







Meeting times are (generally) 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm,on the SECOND Monday in the Month.

(There are ample parking facilities at the Hall.)

 

A full list of our meetings dates and times can be found on the "Meetings/Events" page       























 

We would like to acknowledge 

"Roadcraft - The Essential Police Driver's Handbook" and "Motorcycle Roadcraft - The Essential Police Motorcyclist's Handbook." 








(Picture image courtesy of wiltshireroadar.co.uk)

"Advanced Driving and Riding is the ability to control the position and speed of the vehicle safely, systematically, and smoothly, using road and trafic conditions to progress unobtrusively with skill and responsibility." 
"This skill requires a positive but courteous attitude and a high standard of driving and riding competence, based on concentration, effective all round observation, anticipation and planning." 
"This must be co-ordinated with good handling skills."
"The vehicle should be at the right place on the road, at the right time, travelling at the right speed, with the correct gear engaged, and can always be stopped safely on its own side of the road in the distance that can be seen to be clear."
DSA/RoDAR/IAM 1997