The Government's annual Reported Road Casualties Great Britain show the first national rise in road deaths and serious injuries in 17 years.
What does RCGB stand for?
RCGB stands for Road Casualties Great Britain (Department of Transport; UK)
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The report, entitled Road Casualties Great Britain 2006, worryingly also shows three people a day are killed or seriously injured in a road accident.
The report, Road Casualties Great Britain 2003, says that more car users are killed or seriously injured during the late afternoon and early evening on Fridays than at any other time during the week KIA says that the new Magentis, which will debut at next month's Frankfurt Motor Show, has been specifically designed with the all-important European market in mind and when it goes on sale in the UK it will come with a choice of three engines including a two-litre diesel.
Last year 160 people died or suffered major injuries in incidents across Kirklees, according to the annual Road Casualties Great Britain report.
The report, Road Casualties Great Britain 2003, says that more car users are killed or seriously injured during the late afternoon and early evening on Fridays than at any other time during the week