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A new community education campaign encourages purchasing car buyers to save lives by choosing vehicles with a five star safety rating, whether the vehicle is new or second hand.
Acting Road Safety Commissioner Iain Cameron has warned West Australian drivers that there is no room for complacency on our roads.
West Australian drivers have been warned that with more police and more cameras on WA roads, you will be caught if you speed.
Acting Road Safety Commissioner Iain Cameron has encouraged the public to have their say on the future of motorcycle safety in Western Australia.
As Western Australia prepares to celebrate WA Day, drivers are advised that double demerit points will apply this long weekend.
National Road Safety Week 2018, April 30 – May 6, has been officially launched in Perth’s Yagan Square.
Nine lives have been lost in motorcycle crashes on WA roads so far in 2018, prompting Acting Road Safety Commissioner Iain Cameron to call on all road users to be aware of the risks riders face.
The 2017 Preliminary summary of fatalities on Western Australian roads has revealed an increase in the number of people killed in inattention related crashes.
This week the human cost of road trauma in Western Australia was laid bare outside St George's Cathedral in Perth.
We ask people to put safety at the top of their shopping lists when buying their next vehicle, as safety features in our vehicles are proven life-savers for occupants and others on the road.
The weather is warming up, the sun is out and we're all coming out of winter hibernation. The Queen's Birthday long weekend will be a time when many people will be traveling and we want you to travel safely on our roads.
Speed is one of the most significant factors on our roads, and five kilometres an hour more on a 60km/h road doubles the crash risk. One of the quickest ways to save lives on our roads is to slow down.
The Road Safety Council has acknowledged the tireless work by some of the state’s most dedicated road safety advocates.
The Motorcycle Safety Reforms Consultation Paper and accompanying survey will gather the views of motorcycle riders and groups as well as all other road users on five proposed motorcycle safety reforms.
National Road Safety Week 2018 provided an opportunity for all Western Australian drivers to rethink what is happening on our roads and have the conversation about the only acceptable number of deaths on our roads being zero.
In the lead up to Easter, the Road Safety Commission will focus its community education on fatigue.