Speak up to improve road safety


People can now have their say on driver training and assessments in South Australia so the industry can be improved.

Member for Stuart, Dan van Holst Pellekaan, is encouraging people to consider their interactions with driver training and assessments and provide feedback about their experiences as well as their suggestions on how it can be improved.

“When we consider road safety, the quality of driver training and assessments is extremely important,” he said.

“The State Government wants to develop a best practice driver training and assessment model that is accessible and customer and road safety focussed.

“It is imperative the industry and its systems are reviewed and one of the best ways to do that is to listen to the community’s own experiences.”

Feedback can be submitted to [email protected] or via a survey at yoursay.sa.gov.au

Consultation closes 5pm Friday, September 28 with a summary of feedback to be provided on the yoursay website site and www.sa.gov.au