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On average, more than 100 Australians die on the road every month. Around 2,500 or more are seriously injured, often causing lower quality of life and loss of income through permanent disability. It must be understood that every death or serious injury on the road is an avoidable tragedy. Each person lost is unique and irreplaceable. An annual road death and trauma count of more than 30,000 Australians is unacceptable.