Coffee Stop News - August 2017

Posted on: Thursday, 17 August 2017 at 12:00:00 AM

Collie

WALGA’s RoadWise welcomes the Collie Railway Cafe to the WA Coffee Stop Program.

If you’re driving through Collie on your next trip, take a break from driving, stop and say hello to the Collie Railway Cafe team and enjoy a free cup of tea or coffee for the driver.

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Pictured above: Jeanette from the Collie Railway Cafe encourages drivers to take a break and enjoy a free coffee for the driver.

Manjimup

Congratulations to BP Manjimup Site Manager Malcom Pearce, who has spent more than 15 years helping drivers prevent fatigue through the Coffee Stop Program.

Malcom said the team at BP Manjimup were committed to raising awareness of driver fatigue and pleased to see drivers coming back for a free coffee, a chat and a break in their journey.

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Pictured above: BP Manjimup Site Manager Malcom Pearce has spent more than 15 years supporting drivers, through the Coffee Stop Program.

Coffee Stop involves roadhouses and service stations contributing to the prevention of driver fatigue by providing drivers with a free tea or coffee and a chance to take a break.

WALGA’s RoadWise would like to acknowledge participating Coffee Stop providers for their commitment to road safety.

To find out how you can get involved in the Coffee Stop Program visit the Coffe Stop page.

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