Road safety to be highlighted at gas station
The Royal Gazette’s Drive for Change road safety campaign will be at the Rubis Warwick Gas Station tomorrow to gather support for its mission to cut the island’s grim toll of traffic deaths and injuries.
Campaign representatives and station staff will hand out road safety information and gifts to members of the public.
There will also be an opportunity to sign a petition in support of the campaign.
A spokeswoman for Drive for Change said: “If people really want to improve safety on Bermuda’s roads and reduce the high rates of death and injury, they should come and put their name on the petition.
“It will take just a minute of their time but it could make a world of difference to the island.”
Drive for Change, launched in January 2018, was set up to campaign for roadside breath-test checkpoints, which have now been introduced, better speed control measures and graduated motorbike rider training.
Rubis is the main sponsor for Drive for Change in 2019.
The Warwick station is owned and operated by the Terceira family. Drive for Change will on site from 3pm to 7pm.
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