All road users are responsible for safe use of our roads. It is important for everyone to know the rules. It’s another way we can improve road safety and get closer to zero road crash casualties.

Various Tasmanian Government bodies and Road Safety Advisory bodies provide comprehensive road safety and general road information on their web sites and social media platforms.

Here are some useful websites that provide road and road user safety information:

Department of State Growth – Transport

For information on licencing, registration, vehicles, passengers, road safety, roads and traffic, fees, forms and online services. This site includes links to road strategies and initiatives and other road safety advisory bodies.

Road Safety Advisory Council Tasmania

The Road Safety Advisory Council website contains important safety advice for all road users in Tasmania. It includes useful education material including numerous links to past and current road safety campaigns, documentaries, interviews, statistics and more.

The top 10 misunderstood road rules

Towards Zero

The Towards Zero – Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy 2017-2026 (Towards Zero Strategy) and Towards Zero Action Plan 2017-2019 targets Tasmania’s highest risk areas and deliberately focuses on those road safety initiatives that will gain the greatest reductions in serious injuries and deaths.

Safety performance indicators—Tasmania

Safety Performance Indicators provide detailed monitoring to assess success towards reducing the number of deaths and serious injuries from road crashes.

Learner Driver Programs

Learner Driver Mentor Programs provide learner drivers with opportunities to access a suitable supervisory driver and car to practice their driving.

Ready Set Go

Mentor driver program for learner drivers in Clarence.

Clarendon Vale Neighbourhood Centre
65 Mockridge Road Clarendon Vale
0498 851 721

Migrant Resource Centre – Tas Driving Program

Mentor Driver program for anyone in the first 5 years of settlement in Australia.

Call TIS for an interpreter 131 450 and then call MRC Tas 03 6221 0999 to ask about driving.



A free driving lesson for the learner driver delivered by a driving instructor with the parent/supervisor taking part to ensure both parent and learner/ supervisor learn it together.

Learner drivers will receive training in the best ways to practice, helping them gain the confidence they need to prepare for safe P plate driving and beyond.

Parents/supervisors will come away with tools to help their learner drivers achieve a good foundation for lifelong safe driving.

Not in Clarence? Find a Learner Driver Mentor Program near you? Driver Mentoring Tasmania