TAC Reports three-fold increase in Victorian learner driver deaths

ABC Radio Conversation Hour: TAC reports three-fold increase in Victorian learner driver deaths

Despite improved roads and less traffic due to COVID lockdowns, there has been an increase in deaths of young drivers. Recently, CEO Brad Crofts and Program Development Coordinator Laura Kemp join Richelle and Jonathon on ABC Radio Melbourne’s conversation hour to discuss this and how we can support our young road users to be safe heading out of lockdown.

Listen to Brad and Laura on ABC News Conversation Hour here: 

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Road safety hits home

Ballarat Christian College students participate in Fit2Drive program before starting solo driving YOUNG drivers in Ballarat have been discussing the importance of road safety before

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Fit To Drive Foundation was launched in 2002 after 7 young people lost their lives in an 18-month period in Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula. Community members including principals, teachers, parents and students banded together as they recognised the urgent need for a new approach to road safety education. What followed was the introduction of our first program, the F2D Year 11 Workshop.

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