'Don’t Trust Your Tired Self' Message Promoted at Have a Go Day

Posted on: Tuesday, 21 November 2017 at 12:00:00 AM

Hundreds of people attended the event which provided a range of activities, entertainment and information targeting seniors and encouraging increased physical and mental participation in activities.

The Beachcombers Angling & Boating Club of WA held a stall at the event promoting a range of topics and awareness activities, with a focus on road safety.

Club Secretary John Crompton promoted the road safety messages in partnership with information provided by the Beachcombers Angling & Boating Club.

John said “There are sometimes very long distances we have to drive with the fishing clubs, and many times I have felt very tired at the wheel.

"I have been promoting the don't drive tired message for five years as I believe it’s a very important message for the community. If you’re feeling tired, have a break, don’t trust your tired self,” he said. 

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Pictured above: The Beachcombers Angling & Boating Club of WA promoting the 'don’t trust your tired self message at the Have a Go Day at Burswood Park.

Contact Road Safety Advisor Katherine Celenza on 9213 2041 or via email at kcelenza@walga.asn.au to find out more about road safety activities in the Metropolitan North region. 

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