ABC Conversation Hour with Workshop Leader Jack Carpenter

Link to the segment (starts from 25 mins 40 seconds).

Rural people are overrepresented in our road toll — so how do we reduce risky behaviour early?

Fit to Drive is a program delivered by young adults in schools around the state to empower young people to recognise and extricate themselves from dangerous situations.

Richelle and Warwick speak to one of the instructors, Jack Carpenter, and associate professor Michael Fitzharris from the Monash University Accident Research Centre, for Rural Road Safety Month.

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