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‘Light your drive’ for road safety this Christmas

Dec 15, 2014

Sourced from the Queensland Government.

Families are encouraged to ‘Light your Drive” in support of road safety this Christmas.

The road safety campaign, which was launched on the 11th of December 2014, focuses on keeping everyone safe on the road this Christmas.

By turning on your headlights this holiday period, even during the day, you’ll highlight the Fatal Five message and raise awareness of road safety.

Failure to respect the road rules, the road conditions, or yourself as a road-user is a gamble, especially during the Christmas-New Year period when so many people are out and about on the roads.

Commissioner Ian Stewart said motorists were encouraged to turn on headlights while driving on highways, night and day over the Christmas period as a visual reminder of the Fatal Five road safety message.

In addition to the ‘Light your drive’ campaign to raise awareness for road safety, officers will be out in force over the Christmas holiday period focusing on the Fatal Five”, Commissioner Stewart said.

“If you speed, drink drive, don’t pay attention, don’t wear a seatbelt or drive while tired, you will not only be caught by police, but you risk your life and the life of every other road user – and that is just not acceptable.

It will take the support of every road user. You may save a life, including your own, by just simply turning on your headlights”.

The Christmas road safety campaign runs from December 12th, 2014 to January 30 2015.


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