Articles tagged with 'TAC'

Road Safety Experience Centre

The Brumby Government and the TAC will develop a new road trauma centre to shock young drivers into taking road safety seriously.
The $50 million world-first Road Safety Experience Centre will leave young Victorians with a lasting and powerful road safety […]

Posted October 25th, 2010 | View Page

‘On the Team’ Melbourne Victory & Victorian Police TAC ad

Melbourne Victory and Victorian Police combine to warn people about speeding.
The Victory players in the ad are Leigh Broxham, Grant Brebner, Evan Berger, Carlos Hernandez, Diogo Ferreira
Transport Accident Commission Victoria.
http://www.tac.vic.gov.au

Posted September 13th, 2010 | View Page

40 Years Of Seatbelts Saving Lives In Victoria

The Transport Accident Commission will mark 40 years since Victoria became the first jurisdiction in the world to make it mandatory to wear a seatbelt, by renewing calls for people to wear a seatbelt every time they get in the […]

Posted August 3rd, 2010 | View Page

‘Everybody hurts when you speed’

On 28 March 2010, 19 year old Luke Robinson died in a crash as a result of speeding. This is just one of the hundreds of people who were touched by that one single tragic event. Luke’s story formed the […]

Posted August 1st, 2010 | View Page

Remember Luke Robinson & Slow Down

Over the past two weeks, you may have seen the TAC�s latest campaign with a number of people talking about how a single act of speeding has affected more than 200 lives. This coming Sunday during the MasterChef finale on […]

Posted July 23rd, 2010 | View Page

Ripple Effect Campaign

On 28 March 2010, 19 year old Luke Robinson died in a crash as a result of speeding.
The aftermath of this crash and the impact of Luke�s death on the people around him are at the centre of the latest […]

Posted July 12th, 2010 | View Page

New Campaign Shows Everybody Hurts When You Speed

Members of a tight-knit Victorian community have told of the pain of losing 19 year old Luke Robinson in a road accident in the hope it will discourage other drivers from speeding.
The personal stories of Luke�s family, friends, emergency workers, […]

Posted July 12th, 2010 | View Page

TAC Short Film Competition

The 2010 Make a Film Make a Difference (MAFMAD) competition is open and will support two young Victorians to create a short film about looking after their mates on the road.
Young filmmakers aged up to 25 years old have a […]

Posted June 2nd, 2010 | View Page

Fanatic TAC Learner Driver Ad

The TAC has launched a new ad campaign aimed at encouraging parents to support their children as they learn to drive.
The 30 second vignettes feature a football-mad dad encouraging his son to get plenty of practice on the roads.
This is […]

Posted May 30th, 2010 | View Page

Victoria�s Worst 10 Regions For Road Trauma Revealed

The latest Victoria Police data shows Melbourne�s inner city roads are again the worst location in Victoria for fatalities and serious injuries.
The other poor performing areas of the 55 Police Service Areas in Victoria in 2009 were Casey, Monash, Geelong, […]

Posted May 20th, 2010 | View Page