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Towards Zero - Making Progress

TAC encourages people to separate drinking and driving A police officer breath tests a driver pulled over to the side of the road

The TAC’s new drink driving ads encourage everyone to entirely separate alcohol and driving.

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Green Man Grants: $50,000 for road safety ideas for young people A woman writing notes and researching on her iPad

Green Man Grants invites young people to pitch creative ideas to reduce road trauma.

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Used Car Safety Rating shows the best and worst cars on the market Cars driving through Ballarat

Before buying a second-hand car on Gumtree or an extra family car, find out which cars scored five stars for safety and which are ruled out in the Used Car Safety Rating Buyer’s Guide 2016.

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Meet Graham – the only person designed to survive on our roads Interactive sculpture Graham's face

He may look super human, but Graham is simply the only person with a body that can survive a crash.

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Towards Zero Leadership Symposium 2016 Doug Bradbrook speaking on a panel at the symposium with Virginia Trioli

Local leaders join Towards Zero partners to discuss shared responsibility and how to work together.

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Towards Zero 2016 Road Safety and Media Awards Minister for Roads and Road Safety Luke Donnellan with journalists from The Age, Media Outlet of the Year winners

Victorian organisations and journalists have the chance to be recognised for their commitment to Towards Zero.

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Spokes Lowdown

Double the risk for motorcyclists who shun boots Rider with full safety gear

Motorcyclists without boots stand almost double the chance of receiving lower-leg open wounds in a crash, new Transport Accident Commission research has found.

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Find safe motorbikes road bike graphic

Finding a safe ride to reduce your risk of injury is vital so, if you're in the market for a new bike, you can check out it's safety features using the VicRoads motorbike safety search.

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Pramac Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix 2015 Motorcycles parked at MotoGP

A recap on Spokes at the Pramac Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix 2015.

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Mick Doohan on protective riding gear. Photo of Mick Doohan

Former MotoGP Champion Mick  Doohan on motorcycle accidents and wearing the right protective gear.

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How Safe Is Your Car News

Toyota responds to consumer demand Upgraded Landcruiser 70 Series now 5 star

Leading independent vehicle safety advocate, the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP), today announced a maximum 5 star ANCAP safety rating for the upgraded Toyota Landcruiser 70. The Toyota Prius also achieved top marks.Toyota’s workhorse, the Landcruiser 70 single cab chassis has been upgraded and following a suite of destructive ... Read more

5 star market share increases with the addition of three new top-rated SUVs

Leading independent vehicle safety advocate, the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP), today announced 5 star safety ratings for three compact SUVs. These ratings cover the newly released Volkswagen Tiguan, BMW X1 and Jeep Renegade.All three models achieved good scores in each of the physical crash tests, with the Volkswagen Tiguan ... Read more

Audit test of Australasian-sold Kia Picanto reveals increased injury risk

Leading independent vehicle safety advocate, the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP), today released the results of an audit test conducted on the locally-sold Kia Picanto.The audit test revealed a higher risk of serious injury to the driver compared with the initial test conducted in 2011, on which the Picanto’s ... Read more


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