Speeding Remains Most Broken Road Rule

traffic sign 3008267 1920

A new survey suggests road users across the Eyre Peninsula continue to take dangerous and unacceptable risks.

Speeding remains by far the most-broken road rule, 4 in 5 Australian drivers (78%) admit to being heavy-footed with women more likely to speed than men.

But it's not just drivers flouting the law; the national survey found jaywalking is the second most-broken road rule.

Russell White from the Australian Road Safety Foundation wants locals to reflect on their own behaviour and pledge to make changes.





Image by Peter H from Pixabay 


Image by Peter H from Pixabay