RSA calls for more caution on the roads today

RSA calls for more caution on the roads today

The Road Safety Authority is reminding motorists that St Stephens’ Day is one of the busiest on the roads and is urging them to take extra care while driving.

It comes as many people are expected to attend various events around the country today, as well as targeting urban centres for St Stephens' Day sales.

The RSA is also appealing once again to drivers to never drink and drive and reminding them that drinking the night before means you may be unfit to get behind the wheel the morning after.


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