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As a Not For Profit, that is entirely self-sufficient, we receive no government funding. Everything we do relies upon the generosity of our members and the community. Donations, sponsorship’s and grants help us provide community education that focuses on minimising the risks of being injured or killed on our roads.
It seems everyday we hear another report about a person being killed on our roads. These deaths are not just numbers or statistics. The impact of road trauma is far-reaching and has a knock-on effect on family members and local communities. It could be someone’s mother, father, son or daughter. Communities across Australia are united in pain and we need everyone to share the responsibility of reducing road trauma. This is why Road Sense exists.
Road Safety Is A Shared Responsibility By Changing Communities, We Can Change Australia.
Pledge To Safety is our community initiative which aims to reduce the number of people injured and killed on Australian roads, and everybody is encouraged to make a pledge to share the responsibility of reducing road trauma. There is no cost to make a pledge, only your commitment to a safer future for all road users….. Read More
I read other websites offering their participants section10’s. Making it sound like I deserve to be let off for my actions. I chose your program over the others after hearing the amazing recommendations from the police, the courts and my lawyer. Did doing this program help me get a better sentence? Yes But that’s because of the invaluable information it gave me, and the way it helped me change my attitude on the road.
Thank you for allowing me to attend your programme. It drives a very strong message around what impact our decisions can have on not only ourselves but others as well. I took a lot from it. Thank you.
Listening to a your presenters and how road trauma affected their life, their experiences and how they still struggle was the biggest wake up call. It makes it all very real.
I honestly felt I had nothing to learn by doing TOIP. I only did it to try to get a more favourable outcome in Court. But now, no matter what my result, the education I have received has changed me forever.