“If these were adult seat belt offences, I would expect the issue to be given more significant exposure.”
The RACT is calling for federal funding to be maintained for a highly successful learner driver program in the 9 May federal budget.
RACT Motoring Services Manager Peter Gillon said the Keys2Drive program provided a free 60-minute lesson with a professional driving instructor for learners and their parent / supervisor.
Australia’s most trusted brands have come together to ensure a bright future for the next generation of Tasmanian road cyclists through the Tasmanian Institute of Sport (TIS) Racing Team.
Speaking at the team’s official launch, Head Cycling Coach Matthew Gilmore congratulated the athletes who had worked hard to earn their place in the team.
“Get out and enjoy Tasmania, but please drive in a way that does not put you, your family or other road users at risk.”