Road Safety Week

Road Safety Week is held in the first week of May every year to educate and highlight the importance of road safety.

​RACT will join forces with the Road Safety Advisory Council and Tasmania Police from Monday 6 May - Sunday 12 May to conduct various activities around the state. Focusing on the "Fatal Five", RACT will be holding workshops for primary school, high school and colleges to help educate students and get them to identify and set challenges for all Tasmanians to play a part in making our roads safer.

Prominent buildings, such as Hobart and Launceston Town Halls, Leven Bridge in Ulverstone and the Burnie Makers Centre, will be illuminated in yellow as an eye-catching road safety reminder.

Fatal Five


Driving tired/motorcyclists




​In the lead up to this week, RACT is also sponsoring a competition targeted for Tasmanians aged 16 - 19. They are required to create a video with a focus on the dangers of speeding. To watch last year's winning video, created by Jamie Kendall, click here.​

Get the latest updates during Road Safety Week by following ​us on Facebook or to find out more about Road Safety Week visit the Road Safety Advisory Council website.​​