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The Courier Mail
Don’t look up, we’ve got you coveredis that people are addicted to their smart devices and are spending more time n
Don’t look up, we’ve got you covered
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
is that people are addicted to their smart devices and are spending more time no looking straight in front of them,” the Road Safety Foundation managing director said. “This is something worth exploring and it is innovations like this that seem... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The alarming truth about drug driversthe road, but if the latest study is a guide drivers aren’t getting the message
The alarming truth about drug drivers
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
the road, but if the latest study is a guide drivers aren’t getting the message. A survey commissioned by the Australian Road Safety Foundation found 20 per cent of drivers aged 25 to 34 admitted to driving under the influence of drugs — and... Read more
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Adelaide Now
The alarming truth about drug driversthe road, but if the latest study is a guide drivers aren’t getting the message
The alarming truth about drug drivers
Adelaide Now / Posted 5 days ago
the road, but if the latest study is a guide drivers aren’t getting the message. A survey commissioned by the Australian Road Safety Foundation found 20 per cent of drivers aged 25 to 34 admitted to driving under the influence of drugs — and... Read more
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News.com.au
Older drivers - not teens - a bigger risk of drug driving: new reportthe road, but if the latest study is a guide drivers aren’t getting the message
Older drivers - not teens - a bigger risk of drug driving: new report
News.com.au / Posted 5 days ago
the road, but if the latest study is a guide drivers aren’t getting the message. A survey commissioned by the Australian Road Safety Foundation found 20 per cent of drivers aged 25 to 34 admitted to driving under the influence of drugs — and... Read more
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Perth Now
The alarming truth about drug driversthe road, but if the latest study is a guide drivers aren’t getting the message
The alarming truth about drug drivers
Perth Now / Posted 5 days ago
the road, but if the latest study is a guide drivers aren’t getting the message. A survey commissioned by the Australian Road Safety Foundation found 20 per cent of drivers aged 25 to 34 admitted to driving under the influence of drugs — and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Child stickers on wheelie bins aim to increase road safetyof Paddington in an effort to encourage motorists to slow down. Russell White,
Child stickers on wheelie bins aim to increase road safety
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 days ago
of Paddington in an effort to encourage motorists to slow down. Russell White, the chief executive of the Australian Road Safety Foundation (ARSF), said the stickers had a real visual impact. "When we look at road safety generally, we look... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
New 'life saving' stickers show kids running onto roadsafety campaign is calling on people to use "life saving" bin stickers to help
New 'life saving' stickers show kids running onto road
The Daily Mercury / Posted 13 days ago
safety campaign is calling on people to use "life saving" bin stickers to help make suburban streets safer. The Australian Road Safety Foundation campaign hopes to create a strong visual road safety reminder to motorists, through the use of large... Read more
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Mashable
Stickers of children stepping onto road should make you slow downbut a new campaign is a taking a visual, creative approach to making drivers aw
Stickers of children stepping onto road should make you slow down
Mashable / Posted 13 days ago
but a new campaign is a taking a visual, creative approach to making drivers aware on the road. The Australian Road Safety Foundation (ARSF) have released a series of stickers on Friday that can be placed on roadside garbage bins,... Read more

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