Road Safety Foundation: 01256 345 598

You can contact the Road Safety Foundation on their UK telephone number 01256 345 598 for general enquiries about casualties on the road, for information about EuroRAP UK or the Road Crash Index.

General Enquiries – 01256 345 598

The Road Safety Foundation is a UK charity that aims to reduce causalities on the roads by lobbying the UK government and educating drivers regarding their vehicles and behaviour. The Road Safety Foundation is also a leading voice in the European Road Assessment Programme (EuroRAP) and the International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP). You can contact the Road Safety Foundation on their UK phone number 01256 345 598 for general enquiries, road advice or for statistics regarding on-the-road casualties. For instance, you may wish to discuss a Risk Maps that has been published by the charity, which each indicate the rate of fatal and serious crashes in the UK. Alternatively, you may have queries about the Road Crash Index and can use this number to further discuss the road safety performance in your area, the cost of road crashes or to ask for the contact details for your local MP for further support.


Call Costs and Contact Hours

The Road Safety Foundation operates a local contact number that will charge callers the same standard per-minute rate as any other geographic call from a UK mobile or landline telephone. However, you may be able to contact the charity for free if you are using any free calls that have been offered in your landline deal or if your mobile tariff comes with inclusive minutes.


Road Safety Foundation Phone Numbers

Road Safety Foundation Department UK Phone Number
General Enquiries 01256 345 598
Media Enquiries 020 7808 7997


Write to the charity

If you would prefer to write to the charity organisers then you can make your enquiry via email or even send a letter to the The Road Safety Foundation head office by using the following postal address: Road Safety Foundation, Worting House, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG23 8PX, United Kingdom.