Last Choice crash car
Young New Zealanders are dying on our roads - alcohol is a huge factor.
The gruesome truth is...
Road crashes are the single greatest killer of 15 to 24-year-olds, and the leading cause of their permanent injury.
Alcohol and drugs contributed to 119 deaths and 572 serious injuries on our roads in 2008. Even a small amount of alcohol slows brain function.
The Last Choice crash car is a graphic and compelling reminder of the consequences of poor choices around alcohol use. The car (pictured above) was in a fatal crash involving local youth. A hard hitting and thought provoking reality check, it challenges people to drive sober and make life-saving choices.
With the blessing of local kaumatua and the late Richard Chambers’ family, this resource is available to secondary schools and community groups throughout the region.
The display includes the car and outlines the events and choices leading up to this fatal road crash. The resource includes support material from your local Road Safety Co-ordinator (RSC) or police.
"This is a valuable and very powerful resource and I would recommend it to secondary schools or colleges."
Youth Education Service
Upper Hutt Police
"This resource has provoked a lot of thought and discussion with our Upper Hutt youth."
Road Safety Co-ordinator
Upper Hutt City Council
To enquire about booking the Last Choice car, contact Simon Kennett.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 04 830 4281.