Thursday, 27 October 2011

P plate road safety research targets Dubbo & Forbes (Drivers wanted)

The P Drivers Project is a large scale road safety research project to develop and implement a behaviour change program for young P plate drivers aged between 17 to 22 years.

This project is one of the largest and most complex scientific research studies undertaken in the area of driver education in the world. The research will focus on current behaviour, decision making and risk-taking that will help reduce the number of crashes and fatalities involving young, inexperienced drivers and promote their safe driving behaviour.

The NSW trial will be held in four regions including Western Sydney, Tamworth/Armidale, Dubbo/Forbes and Lismore/Tweed Heads. The project involves assessment, education and driver training sessions.

For more information visit pdriversproject.com.au or phone 1800 019 806.

For participant information and to sign up, visit mylivetribe.com.au or call 1800 454 133

Press release by N.S.W. Minister for Roads and Ports, Duncan Gay.

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