This is a great win for the Driver Reviver program which has been operating in Australia for 26 years. Along with Toll, WALGA RoadWise would like to thank our dedicated volunteers who have supported the program over the years.
 
Driver Reviver operations around the country are working together to promote road safety and raise awareness of the signs of fatigue to combat fatigue related road trauma on our roads.

With the festive season approaching and many people travelling on our roads and long distances, Driver Reviver is one intervention which anyone can get involved with.



Pictured above: (Left-Right) Top: Sue Foster (President), Lions volunteer; Allan McCormac, National Director, Driver Reviver; Mara Koplin, Lions Volunteer; Phil Schafer, Manager, Branding and Strategic Partnerships; Duncan Gay, Minster for Roads; Bernard Carlon, Executive Director Centre for Road Safety; Brian Kruger, Managing Director Toll Group; Graeme Moore, Regional Manager (NSW); Toll Linehaul & Fleet Services; Toll Driver; bottom - Chris Doherty, and Ron Gorman, Lions volunteers.


Queens Birthday Long Weekend (WA) - Driver Reviver statistics
 
The Plantagenet RoadWise Committee braved the Great Southern wintery weather to provide a break for weary drivers travelling on the long weekend. The site, located on the Albany Highway in the Shire of Cranbrook, ran from 4:00pm until midnight. An estimated 30 vehicles with approximately 60 people stopped for refreshments and a chat with the volunteers.
 
On Monday, 26 September, Wanneroo Driver Reviver volunteers served 171 drivers with coffee or tea on what was a very cold day.