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Friday, June 3, 2011

Road Safety Is Your Choice.

Morning Dianne (Grant Goldman is having a few days well deserved for a break.)

This issue is something that affects every one of us, taxpayers, drivers, and pedestrians.

We’ve all seen these dangerous people, 

.....the ones who cross the road without looking.

One of the first lessons children learn as they start out in their school life is how to go about crossing the road - safely.

Safety lessons are taught as a way of life passed onto them by parents, educators, police, road safety advertising and even older children.

The message is: 




Look again.


Look while you are crossing the road.

The word LOOK is repeated 3 times in a dozen words.

And don’t get me started on those people who walk on the road with their backs to traffic instead of using the footpath.

If Barry O’Farrell wants to save some government money think about cutting the pedestrian road safety campaign funding.

If an adult doesn’t understand the importance of looking before they cross the road do we really think some government advertising campaign is going to keep them safe from themselves?

... Turn It Up

... I’m Michael Robinson

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