The Knock-On Effect

We’re proud to partner with NSW Rugby League to tackle road safety in NSW head-on.

While a knock-on may seem like a small mistake on a footy field, it can have dramatic consequences on our roads.

Brad Fittler, Greg Alexander and the NSW Blues have joined forces to support the Knock-On Effect campaign.

Brad Fittler - Rugby League legend

Knock-On Effect - Greg Alexander & Brad Fittler

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'At the heart of every country community is a passion for sport. Sporting clubs could play an important role in supporting communities affected by road trauma by promoting positive messages around road safety.' Brad Fittler, Rugby League Legend

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Get your hand off it

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Since 2014, Transport for NSW and the Sydney Swans have partnered to encourage NSW drivers not to use mobile phones illegally while driving.

It’s important to stay alert when you’re behind the wheel. Get your hand off it and put your mobile phone away. It’s not worth it.

 

Slow Down

Wanderers

As proud partners of the Western Sydney Wanderers since 2015, we’ve been encouraging fans to think about the human cost of road trauma and reasons why we need to slow down on our roads.

‘Who do you slow down for?’

The Western Sydney Wanderers have a message to share…

 

What’s Your Plan B?

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On and off the field, you need a reliable Plan B. As Major Partner of Cricket NSW for over 15 years, we’re working with the NSW Blues, Sydney Sixers and Sydney Thunder to encourage cricket fans to plan ahead and get home safely from a night out. If you’re drinking, don’t drive.

Buckle up and be safe

Graphic of The Wiggles

Kids are our most vulnerable road users – they count on us all to make sensible decisions to keep them safe.

Did you know that two in three child car seats are not being used correctly? This greatly increases the risk of serious injury. When children are correctly restrained in approved child car seats they are less likely to be seriously injured or killed in a car crash, so it’s important to give parents and carers as much information as possible so they can make an informed decision.