Short break helps 200+ drivers avoid fatigue

Posted on: Thursday, 10 March 2016 at 12:00:00 AM

Short break helps 200+ drivers avoid fatigue over the Labour Day long weekend

The City of Wanneroo RoadWise Working Group’s Driver Reviver team had one of its busiest days on the Labour Day public holiday, with just over 200 drivers stopping for a break, a drink and a chat.

Driver Reviver is an important community initiative that aims to reduce fatigue related crashes by encouraging travellers to take regular breaks in their journey by visiting an operating site.


Pictured above: The Wanneroo Driver Reviver site in action on Labour Day.

Congratulations to all of the volunteers who came together to organise and operate Driver Reviver sites across the state at the weekend. Your contribution to helping drivers avoid fatigue is very much appreciated.

Visit the Driver Reviver page to find out dates for Driver Reviver sites operating during the Easter weekend.

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