What should you do?
Keep Wales Safe
Read the latest Welsh Government guidance on Coronavirus here.
Local Restrictions in Wales
Find out the latest information about local restrictions. These pages have further information about current guidelines and answers to frequently asked questions.
Visit Wales safely
We’re doing everything we can to keep our network running smoothly- please help us by planning ahead to avoid travelling at busy times whenever possible, always drive carefully and park responsibly when visiting outdoor attractions. This will help reduce the risk of accidents on the network and overcrowding at certain spots. If you arrive somewhere and cannot maintain social distancing, please consider an alternative location.
The countryside code has also been revised in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Read Natural Resources Wales' guidance on six steps to a safe return and revisions to the countryside code.
Please ensure your vehicle is roadworthy and drive carefully
You must ensure your vehicle is safe to drive before setting off on a journey. You should carry out a walkaround check of the vehicle before your journey and check the:
• wheel fixings
• trailer coupling
• load and other equipment
This also applies to caravan, campervan and motorhome owners. If you're considering towing a caravan please ensure you check your license, whether your vehicles' towing weight is sufficient and if there's any additional kit you may need to buy to tow safely.
Our roads are vital for the transport of key workers, the delivery of goods and for the emergency services. The Traffic Officer Service works incredibly hard, 365 days a year, to ensure the network is safe to use. Please help them during this outbreak by carrying out all safety check before beginning a journey to minimise your chance of breaking down while out on the road and driving responsibly to ensure they’re able to focus resources where they’re needed most.