Northland Road Safety

Community Organisation

Northland Road Safety
Walton Plaza
Level 1
Whangarei 0110
36 days ago
63 days ago

Ride Forever Motorcycle Education Stop

Ian Crayton-Brown from Northland Road Safety

Ride Forever Motorcycle Education Stop southbound SH1, at Uretiti 11am to 2pm Saturday 11 August 2018 - Free Coffee & Motorcycle Training Course Information & Resources for Riders

74 days ago

POSTPONED- Motorcycle Education Stop Southbound SH1 at Uretiti By Police Weigh Bridge

Ian Crayton-Brown from Northland Road Safety

Ride Forever Motorcycle Education Stop southbound SH1, at Uretiti 11am to 2pm Saturday 14 July Free Coffee & Training Information & Resources for Motorcycle Riders

northlandroadsafety.co.nz/

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77 days ago

One Tear Too Many road safety campaign recognition survey

Ian Crayton-Brown from Northland Road Safety

The Far North REAP ‘One Tear Too Many’ road safety campaign has been going for a while with billboards on state highways/local roads (with more to come), sports sponsorship, radio and cinema ads and resources.
To gauge recognition of the brand throughout the district and further afield Far … View more
The Far North REAP ‘One Tear Too Many’ road safety campaign has been going for a while with billboards on state highways/local roads (with more to come), sports sponsorship, radio and cinema ads and resources.
To gauge recognition of the brand throughout the district and further afield Far North REAP are conducting a quick survey and would appreciate your participation which could win you a prize.

surveymonkey.com/r/BKVBQRK

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OTTM survey form 2018.pdf Download View

82 days ago

Behind the Scenes Crash Barrier Testing By Monash University

Ian Crayton-Brown from Northland Road Safety

Dr. David Logan, is a crash investigation expert with the Monash University Accident Research Centre. He was on site with us to film our campaign about Safety Barriers and use it as an opportunity to collect data on the crash that can be used for future research.

youtu.be/FOYlutRrYxc

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