03.01.2012 [PocketGPSWorld.com] - The Head of Road Safety for the AA, Andrew Howard, told the News Letter that "speed cameras have played a significant role in [the reductions]" acting as a clear deterrent to motorists and thus reducing the chance of accidents on our roads.
28.12.2011 [SellCar-UK.com] - Explaining the results, AA head of road safety Andrew Howard surmised that learners were probably more nervous on their next driving test. Additionally, the cost of lessons meant people were taking fewer and thus becoming "rusty on test day".
26.12.2011 [Telegraph.co.uk] - Andrew Howard, the AA's head of road safety, said there were two probable reasons why the test appeared to become harder after several attempts. The first was that people were likely to be more nervous. The second was that the financial cost of
10.01.2012 [Wigan Today] - Andrew Howard, head of road safety at the AA, said he did not feel drivers who didn't speak English would pose a road safety threat. He said: “Road signs are designed to be symbolic and so reading ability isn'ta factor.”