The State’s road safety campaign will be advertised across the regions with 30 Centurion trucks being wrapped with the important messages. The roving mobile billboards will raise awareness with the sides and backs of the trucks delivering the latest Road Safety Commission campaigns of ‘Don’t drift off’ and ‘No one plans a crash’. Last year a staggering 64 per cent of people who died on WA roads were in the regions and single-vehicle crashes are the most common killer with fatigue playing a role. Hitting the road for the busy school holiday period to transport essential goods, the trucks are highly visible to drivers on regional and remote roads across WA. Road Safety Minister Paul Papalia said: “This is a fantastic visual way in which to share our latest road safety messages where they are needed most — our regional roads.” “These trucks will serve as a mobile road safety reminder for drivers while they are behind the wheel. “We’re asking drivers to be warned against fatigue and to be mindful of other behaviours that can lead to a crash — like using a mobile phone or rushing to overtake.” With drivers going north for the solar eclipse, eight local businesses from Geraldton to Exmouth will offer free coffee from April 17-23 to encourage breaks.