Bi-lingual pamphlets help tourists drive through region

Lavers Hill’s Paul Yates, left, and Leading Senior Constable Ray Doensen with road safety pamphlets for tourists.

Lavers Hill police officer Ray Doensen says pamphlets with road safety advice for visitors to the Otways are a “great start” to reducing crashes and near-misses.

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One Response to “Bi-lingual pamphlets help tourists drive through region”

  1. Rob Sinclair

    Sadly no amount of signs will curb irresponsible/impatient driver behavior, hit them hard in the pocket, that’s the only language they understand! I’ve cycled between Birregurra and Skenes Creek at least a dozen times and it is scary how impatient some drivers are.

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