Aberdeenshire’s 24-hour winter operations room is now up and running and gritters, salt and roads staff are all ready to go to help keep the area moving as much as possible this winter.
Five drivers charged with drink-driving as the ‘Ready for Winter’ campaign which looks to ensure that the public is prepared for potentially severe weather over the winter period is officially launched.
Road Policing officers from Aberdeenshire and Moray Division, along with the Trunk Roads Patrol Group, are participating in the national ‘Get Ready for Winter’ campaign, which began on Yesterday (5 October) for a week of action. The campaign aims to ensure that motorists throughout the North East are beginning to prepare their vehicles for the […]
I have looked at a few of the common winter ailments that can touch even the healthiest of people. I have given a few simple tips to prevent or ease the symptoms in the cold winter months. The common cold We have all probably suffered from the common cold at one stage or another and […]
Police Scotland offer the following advice for winter driving during the winter. Tips and advice on staying safe this winter Take special care that brakes, tyres, lights, batteries, windscreens and wiper blades are in good condition and well maintained. In addition, washer bottles need to contain an additive to stop the water from freezing. Plan […]