Kalgoorlie Boulder race round - drink driving, it's never okay

Posted on: Friday, 19 June 2015 at 12:00:00 AM

Race goers were encouraged to participate in a road safety questionnaire that tested their knowledge of standards drinks and the risks associated with drink driving.

Committee members also engaged with the community about the dangers of drink driving while distributing water bottles carrying the ‘don’t drink and drive’ campaign message.

In the Goldfields-Esperance region from 2004-2013, 14% of serious crashes involved a driver/rider in excess of 0.05 (BAC) blood alcohol limit.

Race Round 2015 Skye Macdonald
Pictured above: Skye Macdonald promotes the "don't drink and drive" message at the Anzac Day race round.

If you live in the Goldfields-Esperance region and would like to organise a road safety display at your next local event, or if you would like to book the region's road safety display trailer for your next event, please email Road Safety Advisor (Goldfield-Esperance region) Tiffany Brown.

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