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The hottest names in Australian music will be taking over the ‘burbs this summer, in the name of road safety.
The Government today declared 2017 Victoria’s year of action against road fatalities, after a heartbreaking third-straight year of increased road deaths.
Last year 291 people lost their lives, 39 more than in 2015.
The Transport Accident Commission has asked Victorians to spare a thought for those spending Christmas Day in hospital with crash-related injuries.
As Victorians prepare for their summer holidays, the TAC is asking motorists to consider turning the road trip to their destination into part of their holiday. The call aims to prevent fatigue-related crashes, accounting for about one-in-four fatalities on the state’s roads.
The New Year is a time many of us resolve to eat healthier or save more, but the TAC is encouraging Victorians to make a different resolution for 2017 and beyond. The TAC is calling on Victorians to make a commitment to themselves and their loved ones to help reduce
The weather has finally warmed and the Transport Accident Commission has issued a list of tips for motorists planning to get away this summer. With more cars on the roads travelling further distances, often in unfamiliar territory, the TAC is encouraging Victorian motorists to start summer on our roads looking
The party is over for motorists who take risks over the festive season, with Victoria Police patrolling the state’s roads in record numbers this summer.
A new partnership between Ambulance Victoria and the Transport Accident Commission will make life easier for thousands of Victorians hurt on the roads each year.
The Victorian Labor Government and the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) today launched a pre-Christmas appeal to motorists to keep each other safe ahead of the festive season.
The Transport Accident Commission has launched a provocative new campaign urging Victorians to rethink the speeds they drive at.