Stay Safe on Our Roads this Easter Long Weekend
“I want to encourage everyone to celebrate the Easter festivities and enjoy being able to get away over the school holidays, but to do so safely.
“Police officers across the state will be out on our roads to try and reduce the road toll and the message is clear – don’t drink and or take drugs, drive to the conditions, slow down and take breaks and remember to look out for other road users.
“April is a busy holiday period with increased traffic movements on our roads so I’m urging motorists to be sensible on the road and make sure they get to their destinations safely,” Stuart Ayres said.
Double Demerits come into effect from 00:01hrs on Thursday 18 April and concludes at 11:59hrs on Monday 22 April.
Double demerits apply for speeding, seatbelt, riding without a helmet and mobile phone offences.
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