Our partnerships play an important role in helping us to reduce road trauma and work towards the ultimate goal of zero deaths and serious injuries on our roads.

The Knock-On Effect

We’re proud to partner with the National Rugby League and NSW Rugby League to tackle road safety in the country 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, Boyd Cordner, Wade Graham and Jake Trbojevic have joined forces to support the Knock-On Effect campaign.

Rugby League Legend Brad Fittler

Knock-On Effect

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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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The Knock-on Effect - Blayney and Forbes Visit

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The Knock-on Effect - Leeton and Wagga Visit

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More Towards Zero Partners

Get your hand off it

Kieren Jack at the wheel

Since 2014, the Sydney Swans have partnered with us to highlight the importance of mobile phone distraction.

If you’re driving, make sure your phone is out of sight and out of mind. It’s not worth it.


Slow Down

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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?’

Young Western Sydney Wanderers fans have a message to share…


What’s Your Plan B?

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As Major Partner of Cricket NSW and the NSW Blues for over 15 years, together we’re encouraging you and your mates to have a Plan B to get home at the end of the night (or the cricket.…) safely.