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Towards Zero - Making Progress

Towards Zero Zone, AFL Live Site Towards Zero Zone AFL Live Site

We're a part of the action because football is an important way for us to engage with the community on how we have a shared responsibility in working Towards Zero road deaths and serious injuries.

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Festival of Footy Festival of Footy

Football is an important part of us reaching the community in working Towards Zero. The Festival of Footy focuses on our shared responsibilty and country Victoria partnerships.

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New Road Safety Education Complex for young drivers Students visiting TAC vulnerability sculpture Graham

A world leading road safety education complex is being developed at Melbourne Museum as Victoria works to create a new generation of safe young drivers.The Transport Accident Commission (TAC) has partnered with the Victo...

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Flexible Wire Rope Safety Barriers Flexible barrier being installed on the Melba Highway

In this article, we address the concerns and questions raised about flexible wire rope safety barriers. Learn more here.

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Vision Zero and Sweden’s approach to road safety Swedish roads with wire rope barriers and lined with snow covered pine trees

The Towards Zero philosophy is new to Victoria but it has been in effect in Sweden for close to two decades.

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Take a break from the road at a driver reviver pit stop Driver Reviver Pit Stop

Victorian Driver Reviver locations operate throughout the year during major public holiday long weekends, such as Australia Day, Labour Day, Easter, Queen's Birthday and the Christmas/New Year period

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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

Range Rover Velar arrives with high safety scores across the board

The new medium-sized luxury SUV, the Range Rover Velar, has today been awarded ANCAP’s top safety rating achieving high scores across all areas of assessment. “The Velar arrives to our market with strong all-round safety performance resulting in a 5 star ANCAP safety rating,” said ANCAP Chief Executive Officer, Mr ... Read more

First Chinese vehicle to rise to 5 star standard

Australasia’s independent authority on vehicle safety, ANCAP, has today awarded the first 5 star ANCAP safety rating to a Chinese vehicle with the MG GS rising to meet the top safety threshold. The medium-sized SUV increases its ANCAP safety rating from 4 stars to 5 stars following a specification upgrade ... Read more

Five Star Safety Rating For Many Used Cars Without Breaking The Bank

Used cars can offer great value, particularly for those on low budgets who can’t afford showroom expenses. But not all used cars are principally safe – in fact, a driver in the worst rated vehicle in this year’s Used Car Safety Ratings is ten times more likely to be killed ... Read more

 

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