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"For the record" allows the community to read about the views of the TAC on current issues.

For the record - TAC response to media interviews with Norm Robinson - 03 May 2013

We acknowledge the Robinson family’s courage, in sharing the experience of losing their son with the community. The Robinsons were the integral part of our Ripple Effect campaign and Mr Robinson continues to be involved with the TAC. Mr Robinson has recently completed a telephone claim interview for nervous shock.

For the record - TAC statement to Sunday Herald Sun on staff speeding fines - 09 Feb 2013

The TAC does not condone or accept any driving that breaches the road rules. Given that we deal with road trauma on a day to day basis, TAC employees should know better than anyone else, the dangers associated with speeding. Any TAC employee who speeds is undermining the road safety

For the record - TAC statement regarding Shane Warne speeding and the Melbourne Stars partnership - 09 Jan 2013

The TAC is extremely disappointed that Mr Warne has been convicted of speeding. Speeding is unacceptable, particularly at this high level of speed, more than 50 km/h over the speed limit. We know that speeding is a leading cause of road trauma. Choosing to speed shows a complete disregard for

For the record - TAC launch of Homesafely campaign with T20 Big Bash teams - 20 Dec 2012

The TAC has a partnership with the T20 Big Bash teams, the Melbourne Stars and Melbourne Renegades, to engage young men in a road safety message throughout the cricket season. Young men are the most over-represented in Victoria's road trauma statistics and the T20 competition and the teams' strong Twitter

For the record - TAC response to Geelong Advertiser article "Crisis in Geelong: TAC's $1 billion annual loss" - 20 Sep 2012

Letter to the Editor Geelong Advertiser In the last fortnight many people in the community have approached me wishing to discuss the story "Crisis in Geelong: TAC's $1 billion annual loss". The question I'm being asked is "Will this result have a negative impact on injured Victorians?" I can reassure