Staying Safe workshops
A free two hour refresher session for experienced drivers.
Report a Crash
Report a non-injury crash in our district.
Subsidised Driving Lessons
Apply for a subsidy for professional driving lessons.
Services we Offer
We offer road safety education services, presentations and talks to community groups, schools, businesses and other organizations in the district. Call Daniel on 027 438 6285 or (03) 687 7235
Handy tips that could improve your safety on the road
We are conditioned to think you only have to be drunk or stoned to be impaired
Motorcycle awareness summer 2019/20
Driving On Rural Roads
On most of our rural roads it's not safe to drive at 100km/h
Facts about how driving when tired can impair your driving
Most crashes happen at intersections. Check and check again.
How to install child restraints
Useful information for visiting drivers in New Zealand in your language
How safe is your car?
The car you drive could mean the difference between life or death!
Curated videos about driver behaviour and education on various road safety topics
See the latest trends on crashes in the district.
Driving on our roads can be a challenging experience
Links to organizations relating to road safety in the district
Driving instructors in South Canterbury
Find an instructor
Accident Compensation Corporation
The Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) is a Crown entity responsible for administering the no-fault accidental injury scheme.
Automobile Association (AA)
The New Zealand Automobile Association is an incorporated society that provides a range of services to its members and the public.
Community & Public Health
The work of the Timaru-based Community and Public Health staff reflects one of the South Canterbury District Health Board’s (SCDHB) strategic priorities “to improve the population’s health status”.
Environment Canterbury (ECan)
Environment Canterbury (ECan) works within local government in New Zealand to provide environmental management and information to the Canterbury region.
Injury Prevention Research Unit (IPRU)
Since 1990, the goal of the Injury Prevention Research Unit (IPRU) has been to undertake research that contributes to reducing the incidence, severity and adverse consequences of injury in New Zealand.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
The mission of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is to end drunk driving, help fight drugged driving, support the victims of these violent crimes, and prevent underage drinking.
Mid & South Canterbury Road Safety
Frequently Asked Questions
Staying Safe driver workshops
Report a Crash
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