The Road Safety Advisory Council (RSAC) makes recommendations to Government about road safety policy and public education programs, expenditure of the Road Safety Levy and oversees advertising campaigns. The Council's work is based on the Towards Zero Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy 2017-2026.
It’s easy to become distracted from driving on a long trip that many of us will take this Easter, Road Safety Advisory Council Chair Garry Bailey said today. “In that moment of distraction, tragedy can happen.” Read more.
Tired drivers are distracted drivers who risk their lives and those of others, Road Safety Advisory Council Chair Garry Bailey said today. “Driving tired is as dangerous as driving while distracted. A big distraction is mobile phones. Read more
Tasmanian drivers will have to do something this week they haven’t done for the past six – slow down in school zones. “And not just in school zones,” Road Safety Advisory Council Chair Garry Bailey said at Punchbowl Primary School today. “About 80,000 government and non-government students will be in and around schools this week.…