Real mates: when looks count

Tasmanians aged between 17 and 25 are at the most risk of being killed or injured on the roads.

Alcohol is one of the major causes of crashes that involve men in this age group. Mateship one of the most important things to these men. A real mate would never put a mate in danger, such as letting him drive after drinking. And because real mates know each other so well, a look is enough to stop a mate from putting his life and that of others at risk.