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STAY ON TRACK OUTBACK

A road safety initiative of Queensland Police Service 👮

Outback driving tips which could save your life.

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PLANNING A TRIP TO THE OUTBACK?

The ‘Stay on Track Outback’ road safety project is a problem–oriented partnership initiative of the Charleville Patrol Group (Queensland Police Service) that provides visitors to the outback with important road safety tips and useful travel information when driving on Outback highways and roads.

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Share the road with road trains


Take care when over-taking


Avoid driving at dusk or dawn


'Yawning' a sign of fatigue!

 

Obey road and safety signs


Never drive into flood waters


Take care when towing


Research and plan your trip


Allow extra time for your trip


Communicate by UHF radio


Keep a watchful eye for wildlife


Observe varying speed limits


Undulating roads are common


Tell someone where you are going


Be prepared for an emergency


'Alcohol and driving' don't mix


Carry sufficient supplies


Kangaroos cause carnage


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