These road safety films from the 1950s to 1980s offer a full tank of vintage car delight.
Turn the key in the ignition, depress the clutch and pull away from the kerb - it's time to hit the road (safely!).
'The victims of motor car accidents are very often pedestrians. Sometimes they can be unpredictable but often they are innocent victims'.
Once you have a sound knowledge of driving fundamentals: checking, starting, stopping, steering, gear changing and braking, with practice these things become almost automatic.
A 1950s family hops into their FJ Holden and goes for a drive. A road safety film which highlights the need for good hand signals when driving.
This dramatised film features Noah Taylor in one of his first screen roles.
Learn how to correctly steer the car as well as the correct methods of gear changing and braking. The car featured is a vintage XT Falcon with manual transmission with a gear shift on the steering
'Freeways are designed for fast and safe motoring.
This advertisement for road safety begins with a cricket match.
Richie Benaud is an all-round cricketer and this film encourages viewers to be all-round safe drivers at a time when Benaud was the captain of the Australian cricket team.