RoADAR is the abbreviation for name of the “RoSPA Advanced Drivers and Riders” I
became a member in June 2012 and hold a Gold Grade pass, The local RoSPA Advanced
Drivers and Riders group are the Hampshire RoADAR Group, which in October 2012 I
became a member and passed as a RoADAR Tutor in November 2012 and started to train
my first associate.
October 2014 passed the RoSPA National Diploma in Advanced Riding Instruction.
Everyone thinks they're a good rider… right?
Advanced riders are 25% less likely to be involved in an accident
For some people riding is a stressful chore, while for others it can be a relaxing
opportunity to assert themselves. Whichever category you fit into, surveys indicate
that 80% of us think that we are above average riders and that accidents only happen
to others. But, we probably all know, or have heard about, someone whose life has
been changed as a result of a road accident.
RoSPA Advanced Drivers and Riders aim is to reduce road accidents by encouraging
an interest in road safety, by improving riding standards, knowledge and skill. In
order to do this RoSPA Advanced Drivers and Riders have over 50 local groups that
will provide free training to help you improve your riding skills and help you train
to become an advanced rider.
We can all benefit from taking the advanced test. Not only will you receive cheaper
insurance discounts you will protect yourself and your loved ones. Riding a bike
may be one of the most dangerous things that you will have to do in any one day,
let's tackle this together and increase our safety on today's roads.
The Happy Biker is a volunteer Tutor for . . . . .
Some essential reading literature to brush up previous knowledge and take in some
“Ride so that you are able to stop safely on your own side of the road in the distance
you can see to be clear”.