AN OPPORTUNITY TO

MAKE A DIFFERENCE


We are in a critical phase of the LADS Driver Education Facility development which needs the support of corporate partners who can play an integral role in meeting the project’s objectives and who have a desire to align themselves with an initiative that is a significant community resource – one that will produce better, safer drivers.


MAKE A DIFFERENCE

AN OPPORTUNITY TO

MAKE A DIFFERENCE


Whilst the LADS business model in outward years ensures the operating Facility is self funded, we do need corporate partnerships during this next important stage of construction.


MAKE A DIFFERENCE

AN OPPORTUNITY TO

MAKE A DIFFERENCE


We invite you to be part of building this significant driver education Facility and work with us to save the lives of our young people.


MAKE A DIFFERENCE

PHASE 1

DRIVER EDUCATION FACILITY


Based in Lismore, designed deliver programs that include both ‘on-track’ and ‘in-classroom’ training for individuals and groups.

PHASE 2

TRAINING CENTRE BUILDING


The proposed training centre building.

WHAT WE'RE ABOUT

The objectives of the LADS Driver Education Facility are to:

  • Increase driver awareness of risks on the road;
  • Build a driver’s capacity for effective decision making; and
  • Develop safe driving behaviour.

The facility will be for the education and skills development of all road users, with a focus on learner and provisional licence holders, with the aim to permanently reduce trauma and deaths from motor vehicle crashes.

DID YOU KNOW?

Your partnership will help to equip young people with the skills needed to be confident and safe drivers.

The LADS Driver Education Facility will provide a significant resource for the community and ensure that young drivers and their families have access to a quality learner driver experience.

Based centrally to the region, in Lismore, the LADS Driver Education Facility will deliver programs that include both ‘on-track’ and ‘in-classroom’ training for individuals and groups.

Despite making up only 15% of drivers, young drivers represent 36% of annual road fatalities

Car accidents are the leading cause of death in 17-20 year olds.
Young drivers are 7 times more likely to crash at night than in the day.
Young drivers carrying more than three passengers increase their risk of crashing by 200%
33% of Australian teenagers will crash in their first twelve months of driving.
Alcohol consumption is involved in 25% of teenage crashes
Using a mobile phone while driving can increase the risk of a crash by 4 times
A P1 driver travelling 10 kph over their 90 kph limit is 4 times as likely to crash than a 26 yo driver
Most fatal crashes involving young drivers occur on Friday and Saturday nights between 11pm and 5 am
Young drivers are over-represented in head-on, overtaking and rear-end crashes