Labor misses its own road safety policy deadline and looks to YouTube for ideas .
Labor has no policies on road safety.
The Liberals are leading the way with visionary road safety policy.
Labor are so desperate to conceal the fact that they are out of ideas and have no plans to make Tasmania's roads safer that they have resorted to trawling internet video sites so they at least have something to show Tasmanians after 11 years in government.
Tomorrow will mark 11 years since Labor was elected to Government and we should be asking ourselves what they have been doing all this time if the best they can come up with is to try to cash in on the publicity surrounding a YouTube video.
This latest stunt comes after Labor failed to meet the commitment made by the Premier at Labor's own state conference for his Police and Infrastructure Ministers to bring forward a range of road safety changes.
This year's road toll is a tragic testament to the need for vision and leadership on road safety, two qualities that the government clearly lacks.
The Liberals have been working hard to present Tasmanians with a comprehensive range of policies that will strengthen our community and protect our lifestyle. Our road safety policies are a central part of this goal. They include:
Compulsory driver education in Tasmanian schools;
Double demerit points on public holidays and long weekends;
Linking school attendance and behavior to students eligibility to get a learner drivers license
Our tough vehicle impoundment policy for repeat and serious traffic offenders;
Compulsory driver education for all drivers who lose their licences;
Diverting speed camera revenue into road safety initiatives;
Permanent speed cameras at identified traffic blackspots; and
A dedicated road safety authority.