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Marnie O'Neill Jul 6
Two tiny Australian boys have been orphaned in separate horror car crashes
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Stephen Hutcheon Jan 24
Sobering stats for a long weekend. Drive safely and avoid joining the dots.
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FinPermRepEU Dec 5
Interoperability of electronic systems need to be improved.
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Pene Wood May 31
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Ali Leonard May 20
and we wonder why the is so damn high in
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Miles Kemp Dec 30
The only sensible is zero. Everything else is just a fear of being held to account for failing.
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Nadine Morton Jan 11
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QUT Media Mar 27
Point-to-point in the : researcher says the tech shows promising signs of preventing speeding via .
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StoneFishHugger Jan 18
I can't tell if this satire? Please tell me this is satire? I just ... Fuck. This can't be real????
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tsupdawgs Dec 29
Replying to @ama_media
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Danielle Pope WIN Jul 12
Recent stats show that Victoria's will spike by 2030, largely due to people using their phones while driving. So what's the answer? We asked for your thoughts, tonight on
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Pippa Coom Nov 9
Poignant moment at when rep moved to tears talking abt reminded of too many fatal crashes
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Matt Hunt Jun 27
I think there's no doubt that median barriers would reduce horrific tragedies like the one in Waverley yesterday. I'm also interested to know if something as simple as making driving with your headlights on compulsory would make a difference?
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techAU Dec 27
"Quite often the shortest route isn't the safest route" interesting advice..
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Chris Bartlett Feb 27
Every one of these people is a potential killer. Damning statistic. 75 per cent of Queensland drivers admit to using mobile phones while driving ...
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Pauline Galvin Aug 29
Yes. The respiratory and cardiac damage to health were detailed at the this week. Two and a half times more people are killed by as by the . To increase roads is to increase pollution is to increase disease. ?
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James Dec 26
letting this sort of behaviour pass as normal kills hundreds of people each year - we need for speeding and drink driving time to cut speed limits - 30kph urban and 80kph rural with no central barrier
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Talk Wellington Apr 21
We been trying this approach to & for a long time New Zealand. Even if you dont like the sound of it's high time we tried *something* radically different. "Police left frustrated as road toll overtakes last year"
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Incident Alerts Mar 22
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Dr Julie Robson Dec 26
Replying to @DrJessBerentson
Agree. I'm shocked by the stupid and wreckless driving I saw today. Running red lights and chatting on phones. I'd like to see a crack down on minor offenses like this as much as speed. We're complacent and it's costing lives.
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