Golden Rules of road safety

We all know road safety is a growing issue around the world. Each day 3,500 people are killed on the road, including 500 children. It's time to make a change.

To help us, school students across the state will serve as ambassadors for 12 Golden Rules. These rules of road safety are a challenge to us all from the international motoring federation, the FIA. We'll talk to this next generation of road users each week, as they tell us what we can all do to make a difference.

Want to get involved? Follow our social media channels via @RACTOfficial, stay tuned on our website, and log on to our Member Hub.

 

Golden Rule #2

Wear a helmet

Riding a motorbike or a bicycle without a helmet is very dangerous.

Past videos

Golden Rule #1

Keep your eyes on the road while driving. It’s a simple but important responsibility of all drivers.

Sneak peek

Watch out for a new video each week issuing challenges to us all to become safer on the roads.