Northland Road Safety

Community Organisation

Northland Road Safety
Walton Plaza
Level 1
Whangarei 0110
17 days ago

How to prep for a terror attack when you're on vacation? Tourist Advice.

Ian Crayton-Brown from Northland Road Safety

How to prep for a terror attack when you’re on vacation? The UK is now showing a four-minute video that reminds people to run, hide and call for help.

bbc.com/news/uk-40553565
16 days ago

Don't Text & Drive

Ian Crayton-Brown from Northland Road Safety

A very important message for us all to take note of. Passengers report offending drivers on *555 and help make our rides safe for you and your loved ones.

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22 days ago

Far North Road Safety Campaign - One Tear Too Many

Ian Crayton-Brown from Northland Road Safety

A Far North Road Safety education campaign that was launched in 2016 has continued to be developed and can now be seen throughout the Far North district. The One Tear Too Many campaign messages include Slow Down, Drive Sober and Seatbelts On, encouraging drivers and passengers to consider their …View moreA Far North Road Safety education campaign that was launched in 2016 has continued to be developed and can now be seen throughout the Far North district. The One Tear Too Many campaign messages include Slow Down, Drive Sober and Seatbelts On, encouraging drivers and passengers to consider their behavior on the road. See attached 'Press Release' from the Far North REAP road safety team.

Road Safety campaign media release.docx Download View

23 days ago

Ride Forever (R4E) Motorcycle Training In Whangarei By ProRider

Ian Crayton-Brown from Northland Road Safety

New dates are now available to attend the excellent motorcycle training provided by Pro Rider in Whangarei. Head to the Pro Rider website and register. See the attached info poster for details.

prorider.co.nz/

2017 - MC - Poster - Courses Jul Aug Sept1.pdf Download View

31 days ago

New NZTA Legends Drink Driving Ad

Ian Crayton-Brown from Northland Road Safety

Most people are aware of the risks associated with drinking and driving. However, there is a young, hard-to-reach group who still choose to ignore them.

Each year, 150 young adult drivers crash because they’re driving under the influence of alcohol (an average of three crashes a week.) This …View more
Most people are aware of the risks associated with drinking and driving. However, there is a young, hard-to-reach group who still choose to ignore them.

Each year, 150 young adult drivers crash because they’re driving under the influence of alcohol (an average of three crashes a week.) This group perceive any potential risk as being too low or too remote a possibility to worry about: ‘It won’t happen to me.’ Experience tells them they can get away with it.

nzta.govt.nz/safety/driving-safely/alcohol-and-drugs/drink-driving-advertising/lads
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