We are delighted to announce Nextbase as a Gold Sponsor of the upcoming high-profile national roads policing event, the RoadPeace Andy Cox Challenge, demonstrating its commitment to the reduction of deaths and injuries on the UK’s roads.
British brand Nextbase is the world’s dash cam market leader, specialising in intelligent dash cams that bring the latest smart driving technology to drivers. Nextbase dash cams play a significant role in improving driver behaviour to prevent crashes, and offer an enhanced level of protection for drivers following an incident. To make dash cam videos more accessible for UK police, Nextbase launched the National Dash Cam Safety Portal in 2019 as part of their commitment to Vision Zero, providing an easy and free video submission platform for use by UK police forces. The Portal is an easy platform for the public to submit footage of dangerous driver behaviour or offences, and has to date saved police over 388,880 working man hours; the equivalent of 16,203 days or 44 years. Over half of all dash cam submissions to the Portal result in police action.
“We are thrilled to champion Andy Cox and his supporters as they raise vital funds and awareness for RoadPeace. RoadPeace does invaluable work in supporting victims of road crashes and their families, putting them at the centre of the conversation, while bringing road safety into the spotlight. Nextbase is committed to working with charities like RoadPeace to make UK roads safer for all, and is delighted to be a Gold Sponsor for the challenge,” says Bryn Brooker, Head of Road Safety & Marketing at Nextbase.
All those supporting Andy’s challenge are helping RoadPeace continue its vital work with road crash victims and in campaigning for change.
More than half of UK police forces have already confirmed their involvement in the Andy Cox Challenge, which is taking place between May 16-22, 2022.
It will see police officers and staff join forces to run, cycle, walk or travel by any other means across their force area, in potentially the biggest event of its kind in UK policing history.
The forces will form local fundraising teams which will help to reach the overall event target for RoadPeace.
Crucially, the challenge will also aim to get the public talking about road deaths and the devastation they cause to families and communities every day.
Updated on: 13 May 2022