Road Safety Fact Sheets

Young people continue to be at a high risk of crash involvement on our roads. In order to deliver effective programs and guidelines, schools, agencies and community groups should target their efforts on research based, best practice approaches.

The Transport Accident Commission (TAC) and VicRoads, in conjunction with SDERA, have developed the following good practice guides based on evidence based research to assist schools and community groups.

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Effective Community and School Based Road Safety For Young People: A Summary of the Research

Youth Road Safety: Effective Practice Fact Sheet 1 – Road Safety Education in Senior Secondary Schools: Good Practice Guide
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Fact Sheet 2 – Community Road Safety: Young Road User Safety Good Practice Guide Fact Sheet 3 – High Risk Young Drivers and Young Offenders: Good Practice Guide

Fact Sheet 4 – What Doesn't Work for Young Road Users and Why

The following facts sheets are predominantly applicable to parents who have children in Years 10-12. The information provides support and advice to parents and young people who are of the age to become a driver.

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