Take the Fatality Free Friday pledge on May 26

Each year Fatality Free Friday across Australia is promoted by many community groups and organisations, government and non government, to reminder all road users of road safety and their responsibility and 2017 is no exception.

The Ipswich District Crime Prevention Unit, in partnership with the Ipswich City Council, Department of Transport and Main Roads and Ipswich PCYC Braking the Cycle will promote Fatality Free Friday. May 26 marks the day for a national road safety campaign and initiative by Australian Road Safety Foundation encouraging drivers to consider road safety by making a commitment to take the pledge.

Ipswich Road Safety Committee are holding a Fatality Free Friday road safety event:

When: Friday, May 26
Time: From 9.30am
Where: Department of Transport and Main Roads, Colvin Street, North Ipswich

The static display will serve as an awareness for road users to consider their driving behaviour and attitude when behind the wheel and think about the responsibility they have to themselves and others road users.You can sign the pledge on the Fatality Free Friday car in support of zero road toll for just one day on Queensland Roads.

The key to road safety is in your hands.

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