Lee Kernaghan

Country music legend Lee Kernaghan has thrown his support behind the Truck Friendly caravan road safety program. See what he has to say in the link below.

Become Truck Friendly in 3 easy steps

1) Read the driving guides on the website; 

2) Install a UHF radio in your vehicle;  

3) Grab a sticker and place it on your vehicle. 


A full list of sticker collection points throughout Australia are listed on the 'How to get your sticker page' or use the link below.


You can also download a copy of our program flyer by clicking here.


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How to get your sticker.

Our Truck Friendly stickers are a large, 30cm round sticker that is easy to spot on the back of your vehicle. They should all be located in approximately the same location on the rear of the RV or caravan. 

Please ensure you place the sticker, on the rear and top drivers side of your RV or caravan. 


See example below.


Please note:- To qualify for a free 'Truck Friendly' sticker you will need to:-

 

1) Read the driving guides on the website; 

2) Have a UHF radio installed in your vehicle, 'turned on';  

3) Agree to help other road users as described in the 'Truck Friendly' web site.


ONLY DRIVERS WHO AGREE TO THE ABOVE WILL QUALIFY FOR A FREE TRUCK FRIENDLY STICKER. 

Please click on the link to the 'Free Sticker Agreement' below.



If you qualify for a sticker, and want to join the program, please click on the 'Where can I get a Sticker' link below for a  list of current collection sites throughout Australia.



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Program Sponsors

Bundaberg Regional Council logo

RV Lifestyle Village logo

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