We are all road users and have a responsibility to look after our fellow road users
These behavioural issues are the largest factors contributing to trauma on our roads.
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The Tour Down Under is leaving town, but our responsibility to each other on the road, is a lifetime commitment.
The shared responsibility of all road users to act safety when interacting with each other can often be a source of frustration and anger.
We can all take extra measures to increase our individual safety, but it’s our behaviour towards other road users that makes all the difference.
This is why it is so important to remember that safe behaviours, towards both ourselves AND all other road users, protects lives.
First published 1/21/2019 5:32:03 PM
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