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USC Tells You How To Avoid Tailgating

Scared of tailgaters? Does it make you feel uneasy and you feel like you’re slightly loosing control of your vehical? Then don’t hestitate to come to the FREE driving session, ‘Tailgaters care the cr*p out of me: understanding the young driver experience’.
For some people it sounds a bit boring, but trust me, you should definitely go, no matter what age you are! (And you get a free morning tea!)
This is what tailgating looks like: A vehical following way too close behind you!
The Details:
Date: 27 March 2014
Time: 9:30am-12:45pm
Venue: Innovation Centre Auditorium
Who: Industry, academia, government, USC staff and students, general public (especially parents and young drivers) – anyone interested in young driver road safety.
Cost: Free (includes morning tea)
RSVP: Kirsty Neylan, FABResearchEvents@usc.edu.au or Tel: 07 5456 5595 by Wednesday 19 March 2014
The USC website explains it all:
“Bruce Simons-Morton, one of the USA’s leading researchers in adolescent health risk and young driver road safety, is visiting USC as part of a collaboration with the University of the Sunshine Coast Accident Research (USCAR) team.
As part of that visit, USCAR is presenting ‘Tailgaters scare the cr*p out of me: understanding the young driver experience’, drawing on Senior Investigator Simons-Mortons’ research experiences, along with those of Associate Professor Teresa Senserrick (UNSW), Associate Professor Paul Salmon and Dr Bridie Scott-Parker (USC). The interactive seminar include presentations and tips from leading researchers in the field, a question-and-answer session from the audience, and the opportunity to chat one-on-one during morning tea. The seminar presents a great opportunity for anyone interested in young driver safety, particular L- and P-plate drivers and their parents, to learn more about driver behaviours and influential factors.”
Click here for more info!
Drive safe guys! HCXO!
Jasmin Maastricht is a third year Journalism student at USC, the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the Her Campus chapter at USC, as well as being one of the 2013 USC Student Mentor's, freelancing for online publication WeekendNotes and interning for Australia's number one online fashion store, Fashionfile. Her passion is Journalism but besides that, Jasmin has always had a strong interest in fashion and entertainment, completing six weeks of work experience with Noosa 101.3fm Community Radio Station and has had the amazing opportunity of working with Australia's number one teenage lifestyle magazines, DOLLY in April 2011 and again in April 2013 and Girlfriend in February, 2013. She has also scored herself internships with the Sunshine Coast's local newspaper, the Sunshine Coast Daily and with Caboolture News. She has been working with both papers eight months now. She has previously worked with Darby Radcliff with the Her Campus Ole Miss chapter while on exchange in Mississippi as well as working with the M s Observer magazine and has never looked back. Email Jasmin at jasminmaastricht@hercampus.com for any questions or getting involved at Her Campus USC or contact her via social media. HCXO!
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