Victoria State Emergency Service volunteers and Lions Club members operate sites around Victoria on holiday weekends and peak traffic days offering motorists a safe place to stop and refresh.
VICSES is launching its Easter Driver Reviver program on Wednesday 1 April from 8am to 12.30pm at Swanston Street Forecourt, Federation Square. Official proceedings will begin at 9.30am.
Come down and discover the locations of Driver Reviver sites across Victoria this Easter, talk to SES volunteers and show your support for this important safety initiative. Enjoy a bacon and egg sandwich and free tea and coffee while chatting to VICSES volunteer about the Driver Reviver program.
View a map showing Driver Reviver locations.
- Media Release.pdf (45 KB)
- Driving Tips Fact Sheet.pdf (32 KB)
- Audio Clip - 30 seconds.mp3 (233 KB)
Tim Wiebusch, Deputy Chief Officer Operations at Victoria State Emergency Service, speaks about Driver Reviver over this Easter weekend.
The following photos were taken at the 2014 Driver Reviver launch. These are free to use but must be attributed to Victoria State Emergency Service.
|TAC Road Safety Manager Samantha Cockfield |
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|VICSES Director of Corporate Services John Casey with SES volunteers and mascot Paddy Platypus |
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|A 15 minute powernap could save your life. |
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|Driver Reviver safety messages will be displayed on the big screen at Federation Square during the Easter long weekend. |
Transport Accident Commission (TAC) has teamed up with volunteers from our Bacchus Marsh and Wonthaggi units to create two new videos about Driver Reviver and why it's important to stop and rest when driving. Please contact us if you would like downloadable files.
Driver Reviver 2015
Driver Reviver 2014 - Your Say