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TAC urges safety message

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BE present – that is the message from the Transport Accident Commission ahead of the holiday period.

Representatives from theorganisation were in Bendigo on Tuesday to promote the importance of road safety and urge motorists to take caution when travelling during the festive season.

Research from the TAC bureau showed fatal collisions during the Christmas period tended to involve a greater proportion of rural locations, high-speed zones and single vehicle crashes.

Bendigo resident Jason Sleep was involved in a serious motorcyclecollision in 2001 and knows all too well the importance of taking caution while driving.

Mr Sleep is now a paraplegic and double amputee. He said motorists needed to abide by the road laws.

“We want people to get there in one piece,” hesaid.

“Slow down, don’t drink and drive or do drugs, don’t speed. Motorists should access risky behaviour.

“Take your time, we don’t want to drum it into people but it’s important.”

Mr Sleep said risky driving could lead to serious injury or death.

“There is no going back if you get to where I am,” Mr Sleep said.

Five people died on Bendigo roads in the 12 months to December 9, the same as the previous12 months.

In Central Goldfields, three people lost their lives in the same period.

TAC chief executive Janet Dore said the most important gift central Victorianscould give their loved ones this Christmas was their presence.

“Tragically, the season also brings about higher numbers of passengers, women and children under 15 years of age being killed in crashes,” Ms Doresaid.

“The power to be present rests in the hands of every road user.

“Whether you’re a car or truckdriver, a motorcyclist, a pedestrian, a passenger or a cyclist, we all have a role to play and mustwork together to share this important message.”

For more information on the campaign, visitwww.bepresent.net.au

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