Driver Reviver Coordinators

The Driver Reviver Program is a community initiative operated nationally by volunteers. 

Driver Reviver provides an opportunity for the community to contribute to Driving Change, Road Safety Strategy for Western Australia 2020-2030 by addressing fatigue related road trauma.

Often coordinated by service groups, sporting clubs or other community groups, Driver Reviver operations bring together community volunteers to set up and manage Driver Reviver sites during peak travel times such as long weekends and school holidays.

Driver Reviver coordinators play a vital role in the community, ensuring Driver Reviver sites are organised, staffed and ready to provide a safe and friendly place for drivers to stop and take a break from driving.

All Driver Reviver coordinators and teams are volunteers. WALGA's RoadWise would like to thank all WA Driver Reviver operators for their dedication and commitment to road safety and addressing driver fatigue by operating Driver Reviver sites across the state.

If you would like more information or would like to find out how to get involved by becoming a volunteer or Driver Reviver coordinator, download a copy of the Driver Reviver Program Kit using from the Resources section of this website or contact your Regional Road Safety Advisor.