RAC Project Road Smart is a free road safety event for year 10 - 12 students. By demonstrating the consequences of distracted driving, speeding and drink driving the event informs students on how to reduce risk taking behaviours as a driver and a passenger.

RAC Project Road Smart focuses on driver and passenger behaviour and highlights the far-reaching effects of road crashes. Like the RAC bstreetsmart event held annually at RAC Arena in Perth, this program features a crash re-enactment, which has been filmed as a docudrama and showcases the response by real-life emergency services. Students also hear from guest speakers who have been directly affected by road trauma.

Upcoming events - postponed

Due to the current restrictions in place and the increasing requirement to postpone non-essential gatherings, RAC have postponed all upcoming RAC Project Road Smart event dates. 
We remain committed to delivering this new road safety event across regional WA and will be in touch with schools when we are in a position to reschedule.

If you have any queries please contact projectroadsmart@rac.com.au 

Want to know more? Check out this short video featuring the launch of RAC Project Road Smart in Albany.

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These events are run by RAC with the support of the WA Police Force, Department of Fire and Emergency Services and St John Ambulance.

For more information contact projectroadsmart@rac.com.au.