Ipswich Road Safety Week wrap

Throughout the week for Road Safety Week on August 21 to 25, police across the state have made their communities aware of their responsibility when it comes to travelling on Queensland roads encouraging safe driving practices.
We need to all ‘speak up for road safety’ and remind ourselves of the Fatal Five: speeding, drink and drug driving; distractions, seatbelts and fatigue and the dangers they each represent if we become complacent while driving.

Sharing the road with other road users; bicycles and pedestrians mean that we are to educate ourselves of the road rules to ensure everyone is safe, incorporating the Fatal Five.
As a last reminder Goodna and Yamanto conducted Random Breath Testing (RBT) sites, in a final effort to reach as many Ipswich residents with the road safety message of Speaking up for Road Safety and surviving EVERY drive, as we move into the school holiday period.
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