A mother from Essex whose teenage daughter was killed by a driver with poor eyesight, is backing a campaign for motorists to get their sight tested every two years.
Jackie McCord's daughter, Cassie, was hit when a car mounted the pavement she was walking along in Colchester.
The 87-year-old driver had been stopped by police three days before and was unable to read a number plate from 20m away.
Jackie will help road safety charity Brake launch its new campaign.
The bank holiday weekend's approaching and the road safety charity Brake is warning drivers to make sure their vehicles are safe before setting off on long journeys.