Media Statements

New anti-drink-driving campaign

If your vet drank beer before he was about to work on your pet, you’d be horrified. That’s what happens in the screen commercial in the latest Road Safety Advisory Council campaign. Road Safety Advisory Council Chair Garry Bailey said the anti-drink-driving campaign’s message was drinking and driving were better part. “Performing your work as…

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Road Safety Week Competition Winner

A mix of humour, compelling graphics and a strong message won Launceston man Callum Watson this year’s Road Safety Week competition. Hamish Powell, from Calvin Christian School was the runner-up, and third was Ebony ten Broeke from Guilford Young College. Nineteen-year-old Callum wins $5000; Hamish, 18, $3000; and Brooke, 17, who won five RACT driving…

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Seat belts save lives

Seatbelts are life savers and all Tasmanians should wear them when in a vehicle, Road Safety Advisory Council Chair Garry Bailey said today. “That’s why seatbelts are also known as safety belts,” Mr Bailey said. “Most of us automatically put on a safety belt when we get into a vehicle. “But in recent weeks, two…

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