A group of our National Leaders got together in July 2018 to explore how SADD groups can reach out to our community partners to collaborate on road safety goals and initiatives. They have put together a video and info sheet to show you some of the potential opportunities that your SADD group can get involved in.
The New Zealand Transport Agency is currently developing the DRIVE Mobile App, designed to help young drivers gain the skills and experience needed to become great drivers and pass the practical driving tests with ease.
They are seeking learner drivers who are interested in helping us with the initial pilot release of the Drive mobile app. They want to hear what you think works well and what can be improved - your feedback will impact what the app looks like when it goes to general release later in 2019!
The pilot will run for six weeks beginning late January 2019. If you are interested, please contact NZTA at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Crash Bash - the long-running road safety presentation brought to you by the Christchurch City Council - is due for a refresh and we need your ideas for a new name!
Students from all over the country can enter and be in to win one of 10 prize packs worth $50😍
Visit here to enter: http://crashbash.co.nz/name-change-for-crash-bash/
See what other schools are doing:
Operation SADD: NZ Police teamed up with Pukekohe High School SADD group and took them out to a check point.
Keen to do something similar in your area? Contact our Team
Know of any events or opportunities in your area? Let us know
Check out these links for more info on road safety issues near you: