The campaign launching on May 6 is promoted by Road Trauma Support Services Victoria (RTSSV) a not-for-profit organisation contributing to the safety and wellbeing of road users.
“The value of the work undertaken by RTSSV with people affected by road trauma is making a real difference to victims and at the same time their education programs are changing attitudes of drivers,” said Narva marketing manager George Davies. “As a major supplier of world leading automotive lighting Narva will play a vital part in the ‘Shine a Light on Road Safety’ campaign being launched in May,” he said.
Major landmarks and city buildings will light up over the period of the campaign, which kicks off with motorists being urged to turn on their headlights. As the dark nights of winter approaches, it’s a timely reminder for motorists to check their headlamps, tail lamps, side lamps, etc., all in the interests of road safety.