A future where every journey is a safe one

Road safety and Towards Zero

TAC campaigns

Since 1989 the TAC has focussed on a range of road safety issues to change public behaviour.  These campaigns include young drivers, fatigue, drug driving, motorcycle safety, distractions, vehicle safety, speeding and drink driving.

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The annual number of Victorian road deaths is less than a third of what it was in 1989. Despite this, over 10,000 people have been killed on Victorian roads since then. The TAC provides a wide range of road safety statistics.

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Towards Zero

No road death, no road injury – a future where every journey is a safe one. This is our ultimate aim at the TAC, a vision we believe can be reached when every company, every business and every person – the whole community - takes responsibility for road safety.

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Learning to drive

A drivers licence is a key to independence and freedom. It allows you to get to work, study, sport, shopping and go out with ease, yet it is also puts you in the face of real and potential danger on our roads.  Here you'll find all the information you need to learn to drive safely.

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Safe driving

The TAC's vision is a future where every journey is a safe one.  Here you'll find tips and tools for safe driving, information for motorcyclists, seatbelt safety, information for parents and information for fleet managers.

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Road safety in schools

Young people aged 18-25 years are about three times more likely to be killed in a car crash than older more experienced drivers - one way to change this is to provide relevant driver safety education for schools.

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