Driver reviver sites to close across Queensland | 7NEWS

Driver reviver sites to close across queensland | 7news

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Driver reviver sites to close across Queensland | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

We’ve lost more than 260 lives on Queensland roads already this year, but the state government is closing driver reviver sites, some of them immediately.

Transport Minister Mark Bailey is adamant there’s little demand for the service.

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4 thoughts on “Driver reviver sites to close across Queensland | 7NEWS”

  1. I am 75 and drive from Wallangarra to Rosewood down Cunningham Gap quite regularly and this service is invaluable to me and many other motorists driving long stretches of road.Please let this Labor government keep them open in a bid to save more lives God bless

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  2. How ridiculous. These politicians are totally out of touch with reality. They just seem to want to take everything for free away. Shame on them. Another reason they are despised

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