Roads and Driving

We are committed to promoting road safety and reducing deaths on Northern Ireland's roads. Choose one of the topics below to find out more information on how we Keep People Safe on the roads and how you can help.

  • Scrambler and Quad Safety

    For information and advice on how to ride scrambler and quad vehicles safely and legally.

  • Bikesafe

    Bikesafe is an initiative run by police services across the United Kingdom.

  • Information on Recovery of Stolen Vehicles

    You have reported your vehicle as stolen. The police will make every effort to get it back for you. This information is to tell you what will happen if we find it and what action you must take.

  • Abnormal Loads

    There are two separate authorities in Northern Ireland that you must contact to arrange the movement of an abnormal load.

  • My car has been seized. Where do I go?

    A guide on Police Stations/Production Stations, where driving documents can be produced to endorse the release of a seized vehicle

  • Northern Ireland Road Safety Partnership

    The Northern Ireland Road Safety Partnership has evolved from the Northern Ireland Safety Camera Scheme introduced into Northern Ireland on 1st July 2003.

  • Penalty Notices

    If you receive a Fixed Penalty Notice (Endorsable) for a speeding offence/other relevant offence, you must (if required by the detecting officer) present the necessary driving documents in person at the stipulated Police Station within seven days.

  • Road Safety

    If you carry workers on improvised seats or unbelted in the back of a van, then you risk breaking more than the law.

  • Winter Driving Advice

    Motorists need to pay due care and attention on the roads in the winter and be able to adapt to changing conditions.

  • Car Insurance Myth Buster

    Some people are driving without fully appreciating the terms of their insurance and are unwittingly breaking the law.

  • PSNI Roadsafe Roadshow

    The Roadshow deals with the reality of a road traffic collision: real trauma; real pain; and the real consequences of making the wrong decision behind the wheel of a car.

  • Damage Only Hit & Run RTC

    I have been in a road traffic accident, nobody was injured but the other party did not stop, do I need to report it to the police?

  • Blue Light Aware

    Blue Light Aware is a short video, produced on behalf of the emergency services. Their crews rely on the help of other road users when they're on a 'blue light' journey.

  • Collision Advice

    Useful advice and information for people involved in a road collision.

  • Modified Cars

    Advice and guidance in relation to buying modified cars.

  • Fatal Four

    Examining four key safety areas on our roads; slowing down, paying attention, always wearing a seatbelt and never drinking or take drugs before driving.