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The Forgotten Elements of Emergency Braking

According to the Highway Code, if you are driving at 50 miles per hour (mph), it will take a total of 53 metres (m) to come to a complete stop. This is made up of 15m of thinking time and a 38m braking distance. But what does that really mean?Th...

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Rising rally star Matt Edwards announced as BriteAngle Ambassador

We’re excited to announce that Llandudno-born rally star, Matt Edwards, has come on board as our first ever BriteAngle Ambassador. The 35-year-old Welshman along with co-driver Darren Garrod won round 1 of the 2020 British Rally Championship - t...

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Keeping young and new drivers safe

If you’re the parent or carer of a child aged 17 or over, you’ll be familiar with the feeling of dread when he or she starts learning to drive.Yes, it’s an exciting time for them, but an extremely anxious one for their nearest and dearest. We’re...

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Are you a member of the Armed Forces, Veterans or Armed Forces Community?

We’re delighted to announce that we have teamed up with the Defence Discount Service - the only official Ministry of Defence discount service for the Armed Forces, Veterans and Defence Community - to bring you exclusive discounts on BriteAngle produc...

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Our Australian success captures the headlines

Our Australian success captures the headlinesWe recently announced that we’ve formed a partnership with Australian distributor, Dometic, and we’ve been bowled over by the response!The deal, which could be worth as much as a quarter of a million pound...

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Staying Safe in the Event of a Breakdown

In Great Britain alone, the statistics for breakdowns are staggering. A report published by RAC stated that they alone tend to over 2.5 million roadside assistance call-outs every year, equating to 7000 breakdowns every single day. While roadside ass...

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Long Journey Ahead? Tips and Advice on Getting you there Safely

There may still be plenty of summer left for us to enjoy wherever in the world we may be, but for some, taking that next step in life of leaving the family home for university or a new job is just around the corner. Whether you’re a parent helping so...

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Driving Abroad This Summer? Here’s All You Need to Know

If you’re going on holiday this summer and plan to drive abroad, there is a lot to consider that you might not be used to in order to keep you, your family and your fellow road users safe. Depending on where in the world you might be going, different...

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The ‘BriteAngle’ warning triangle is designed to promote safety by its proper use and does not guarantee that a collision will be avoided or physical injury from a road accident will not occur. Proper use of ‘BriteAngle’ is to place in a visible position in accordance with the road users legislation in the country of use. Following its application all vehicle occupants should vacate the vehicle and take up a safe position away from the road and traffic. Always store the ‘BriteAngle’ in the case provided, failure to do so may result in damage to the product and so affect its performance and condition.