The crash risk for drivers is highest in the first 6-12 months of solo driving. Young drivers are 60% more likely to be involved in a serious crash than any other age group. In response to the high number of requests we receive from schools for resources, tours and presentations, below are links to evidence-based materials to assist students, teachers and those wanting to deliver programs in schools.
|Click on the image to access easily downloadable resources.||In 2019 Road Safety was integrated into the Year 11 Queensland Health Syllabus,
in consultation with CARRS-Q.
Guidelines for Developing & Operating Learner Driver Mentor Programs.
|CARRS-Q conducted a research on behalf of Queensland Department of Transport & Main Roads which examined best practice driver education programs for senior school students (years 10-12) and young novice drivers.|
School road safety resources, Department of Transport & Main Roads, Queensland Government
Road Safety, Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development & Cities, Australian Government
BITRE, Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development & Cities, Australian Government