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road traffic accidentsA road safety competition for young people is being judged by one of Formula One’s biggest heroes, Lewis Hamilton.

The competition which is being run by the Motor Sports Association will see the Mercedes F1 driver on a panel amongst other judges. They will be weighing up a range of different videos and clips which have been submitted by young people. The concept behind all of the videos must be the ‘10 Golden Rules for Safety Motoring’.

Road accidents amongst young people are high in the UK and are known to be the biggest killer amongst the 15- 25 age group. Serious road accidents can cause life changing injuries and sometimes death for single and multiple passengers.

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Engaging Young People In Road Saefty

The youngsters submitting the road safety clips will come from schools, colleges and universities across the UK and all are vying for the £2000 cash prize which will be donated to the educational establishment they belong to. As an added bonus, the clips will be broadcast on Sky during the Formula One coverage and the winners will be announced over the british GP weekend.

Director of MSA, Ben Taylor, said that the competition is a great opportunity to ‘engage with young people’ and that it also provides education for road safety via motor sport.

Young People And Road Accidents

Road accidents amongst young people are high in the UK and are known to be the biggest killer amongst the 15- 25 age group. Serious road accidents can cause life changing injuries and sometimes death for single and multiple passengers.

There are many different types of campaigns running throughout the country in an attempt to lower the statistics. Two national road safety charities are Brake and RoSPA, both of which are involved with community and national campaigns. Brake is involved in the 2young2die campaign which is run by young people and has the sole purpose of reducing accident numbers by inviting young people to take action.

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