image Follow Us: The new campaign reminds riders about the types of risks they are exposed to every time they ride and that no matter who is at fault, it likely to come of second best in the case of a crash. This was to complement its existing motorcycle safety campaign, which had been encouraging riders to wear protective clothing at all times (March 2008), the TAC wanted to make riders aware of their extreme vulnerability on the road. Market research undertaken by the TAC indicates that are riders underestimate the level of risk they are exposed to and that many ignore the options that can assist them in reducing their level of risk; including riding at a safe speed, wearing protective clothing and being highly visible. Transport Accident Commission Victoria. ====================== "Copyright in the material on this website is owned by the TAC and may only be used for non-commercial personal or educational purposes. You may not modify, transmit or revise the contents of this website without the prior written permission of the TAC." Comments may not be published if they do not add to the discussion, are offensive, repetitious, illegal or meaningless, contain clear errors of fact or are in poor taste.