National Road Safety Week 2023

4 May, 2023Posted in: Community, News

Red car driving in countryside

Keeping those we care about safe on our roads is a shared responsibility. During National Road Safety Week (14-21 May) we’re encouraging everyone to Choose to Drive So Others Survive.  Last year, the NSW road toll was the third lowest since 1923 and remains below the pre-COVID average of 363 deaths a year. Let’s all do our part to keep these numbers down!

National Road Safety Week (NRSW) highlights the impact of road trauma and ways to reduce it.

There are many ways you can get involved, starting with taking the pledge to drive so others survive. By taking the pledge you are making a commitment to take responsibility on the road to protect every life, every time you drive.

Take the pledge here

To support learner driver education, we’re hosting a free workshop for parents and supervisors of learner drivers at 10 am on Sunday 21 May. Interested? Visit our website for more information.

The next free Learner Driver Log Book Run is on Sunday 4 June.

Remember, it’s everyone’s right to get home safely.