The decisions we make on the road will impact on our families, friends and others members of the community.
The decisions we make on the road will impact on our families, friends and others members of the community. David Nielsen

We're entering a dangerous time on the roads

YOUR SAY: SAVING lives and reducing serious injuries on regional roads is everyone's responsibility. 

It is up to governments at all levels to build and maintain better, safer roads and as drivers we need to accept responsibility by buying the safest car we can afford and driving in a manner which respects other road users. 

  You are more likely to be killed or injured on regional roads than any others, and it is up to us to do everything we can to reduce road trauma over the holiday period. 

  This Christmas if you are driving for work or on holidays, please take care on our roads and drive at speeds which reflect the local conditions. 

  Christmas is a time for celebrations and it is important to make arrangements to get home safely if you have been partying with friends.

Don't mix alcohol and driving.

The decisions we make will impact on our families, friends and others members of the community. 

  Drive safe and enjoy a merry Christmas.     

DARREN CHESTER, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport 



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