City of Mandurah spreads Fatality Free Friday message ahead of road safety day

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CITY of Mandurah’s RoadWise Committee wants to share the road safety message as part of Fatality Free Friday tomorrow

Fatality Free Friday’s aim is to remind drivers to think about road safety and safe driving – to not have a single death in Australia for just one day.

Since its inception in 2007, the Fatality Free Friday campaign has continued to expand its operation and is now recognised as Australia’s only national community-based road safety program.

The community can help reach this goal by going online at www.fatalityfreefriday.com and signing the online pledge.

By signing the pledge, the community is promising that they will always be fit to drive, stay focused on the road, scan the road ahead, keep a safe distance and drive to suit the conditions.

To date more than 221,000 road safety pledges have been signed.

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