* Road to Zero | TAC Driver Exhibition Experience *
Road to Zero | TAC Driver Exhibition Experience
World-first road safety education complex
TAC's new driver 'school' is a $56 million interactive center is the TAC's new weapon to foster good young drivers.
It will be at Melbourne Museum for at least the next 10 years and is aimed at kids about to get their L plates, and is part of the Towards Zero campaign.
Virtual reality technology like this will feature in the TAC's new traffic school, dubbed a Road Safety Education Complex, at Melbourne Museum.
Discover the science behind crashes and take a trip into the future at Road to Zero, a world-first road safety education experience at Melbourne Museum.
Large-scale projections, interactive touch screens and virtual reality reveal the science of road safety and why human bodies aren't built to survive major impacts.
While the Road to Zero education experience is aimed at secondary school students, entry is free and open to anyone to visit.
Explore the latest in vehicle technology and road design and how we can each contribute to making zero road deaths and serious injuries a reality.
Road to Zero was developed by the TAC in partnership with Melbourne Museum. It draws on decades of TAC research, and was co-created with road safety and education experts to help explain how we can prevent crashes and protect drivers, passengers, pedestrians, motorcyclists and bicycle riders.
Free entry | Entry to Melbourne Museum additional