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  • Think About Who You’re Sharing the Road With

    1K views 3 months ago
    No one is more important on the road than the next person; whether they are a pedestrian, car driver, cyclist or truck driver.

    Everyone has a right to be there and everyone has a right to be safe.

    When you think about it, they’re all people just like you too. They have families and friends just like you. They might make mistakes just like you.

    And that’s why we want everyone to try and put a name to a face and think about who they are sharing the road with. Show less
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    • Road Awareness - Riding in Groups - Duration: 80 seconds.

      • 1 month ago
      • 82 views
      Seeing the road from both a cyclist and drivers perspective can prevent incidents on our roads.
    • Driver Perspective - Riding in Groups - Duration: 80 seconds.

      • 1 month ago
      • 65 views
      Being aware of how fast or how slow you are riding is important for the safety of drivers and yourself.
    • Communication - Riding in Groups - Duration: 74 seconds.

      • 1 month ago
      • 40 views
      All riders in a group need to be aware of their surroundings. Clear communication between riders and drivers helps to avoid accidents.
    • Aboriginal Power Cup Road Safety Entries - Duration: 85 seconds.

      • 2 months ago
      • 290 views
      At the 2016 Aboriginal Power Cup indigenous students from across South Australia participated in a MAC activity to create a road safety message aimed at positively influencing their peers.
      These vi...
    • Aboriginal Power Cup Road Safety Winner - Duration: 20 seconds.

      • 2 months ago
      • 158 views
      At last weeks Aboriginal Power Cup indigenous students from across South Australia participated in a MAC activity to create a road safety message aimed at positively influencing their peers.
      This i...
    • Think about who you are sharing the road with - Cyclists - Duration: 16 seconds.

      • 3 months ago
      • 424 views
      Sharing the road is a two-way street.

      There are a number of things cyclists and other road sharers need to be mindful of for the comfort and safety of everyone.

      If you’re a cyclist:




      Obey the ...
    • Think about who you are sharing the road with - Motorcyclists - Duration: 16 seconds.

      • 3 months ago
      • 388 views
      You can’t assume you’ve seen everything.

      Motorcyclists and other road sharers can do a number of things to make sure they’ve seen each other.

      If you’re a motorcyclist:

      Wear bright protective cl...
    • Think about who you are sharing the road with - Pedestrians - Duration: 16 seconds.

      • 3 months ago
      • 346 views
      Pedestrians

      From the moment we can walk, we’re all pedestrians.

      There’s some simple things that both pedestrians and road users can do to make sure we’re all safer on foot.

      If you’re a pedestri...
    • Think About Who You’re Sharing the Road With - Duration: 46 seconds.

      • 3 months ago
      • 1,711 views
      No one is more important on the road than the next person; whether they are a pedestrian, car driver, cyclist or truck driver.

      Everyone has a right to be there and everyone has a right to be safe....
    • Think about who you are sharing the road with - Truck Drivers - Duration: 16 seconds.

      • 3 months ago
      • 331 views
      Trucks use the road a lot like cars do. But their shear size means there are a few things both motorists and truck drivers can do while they’re driving near other to make the road a safer place.

      I...
    • Be a Game Changer on the road - Share the road - Duration: 31 seconds.

      • 3 months ago
      • 90 views
      Port Adelaide star Brad Ebert talks about the importance of be aware of your teams mates on the field and how it is the same on the road. Be aware of other drivers, share the road and look after ea...
    • Make the right decision - Game Changer - Duration: 30 seconds.

      • 3 months ago
      • 74 views
      If you are heading to Showdown this weekend and planning to have a few drinks. Make the right decision and leave the car at home. Be a Game Changer on the road
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  • Mobile Distraction. It's not a good look Play all

    If you think you can get away with using your mobile while driving, think again. Everyone can see what you’re doing, including the police. In South Australia it will cost you $375 and 3 Demerit Points. Mobile distraction. It’s not a good look.
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  • Drink Driving Play all

    21% of drivers/riders killed in fatal crashes in the first 11 months of 2011 had a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) over 0.05 compared to 31% of drivers/riders killed with an illegal BAC over the same period in 2010.
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  • Country roads need safer drivers Play all

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  • Matemorphosis Play all

    In rural areas in 2011 there were 54 fatal crashes resulting in 61 fatalities. This compares to 61 fatal crashes resulting in 73 fatalities in rural areas in 2010.
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  • Young Drivers Play all

    Young people aged 16‐24 years accounted for 11% (11) of road fatalities in 2011, compared to 26% (31) of fatalities in this age group in 2010. This is also lower than the 28% (33) of fatalities in this age group for the previous 5 years (2006‐2010).
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  • Speed Play all

    In South Australia, speeding was identified as a contributing factor in an estimated 36% of fatal crashes between 2009 and 2011.

    Infringement data from the South Australia Police shows 38 per cent of expiation notices issued in 2011 were for speeding by less than 10km/h over the limit, while about 79 per cent were for speeding by less than 15km/h over
    the limit.
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  • Motorcycles Play all

    There were 21 motorcyclists fatalities (includes one pillion passenger) in 2011. This is five more than 2010 total of 16, and five more than the 5 year average of 16 (2006 -- 2010).
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