Have you checked your tyres recently?

Have you checked your tyres recently? Damaged or worn tyres can increase the risk of an accident by affecting braking distances and handling. It is important to check your tyres regularly in order to improve your safety on the road as well as the safety of other...

Low-risk driving during the rainy season

According to NRSPP, 1 in 3 Australians are scared of driving in wet weather. With winter weather conditions kicking in across the country, it’s important to consider low-risk driving techniques for wet weather conditions.    If rainfall is predicted during your...

Road Safety gets a $2.2 billion injection

The recent election outcome is proving to be positive when it comes to improving road safety across the country with Prime Minister Scott Morrison declaring during his election campaign that keeping Australians safe was his top priority (SBS Australia). The federal...

Minimising the risk of mobile phone usage on the road

According to Road Safety NSW, simply taking your eyes off the road for more than two seconds doubles the risk of having a crash. There are a number of reasons why drivers may be inclined to take their eyes off the road with mobile phones being one of the most common...

CDTA – How to keep your pets safe in the car?

According to NRSPP, one in three dog owners don’t restrain their dogs properly before heading out for a drive. This can lead to increased risk on the road with increased movement in the car and the potential for blocked visibility of windows and mirrors.   Some dogs...