Centre for Road Safety

Accessibility statement

This statement relates to content available on the Centre for Road Safety website (roadsafety.transport.nsw.gov.au). If you have any questions or comments about this statement or the content on this site, please contact us.

This website aims to be available to the widest possible audience, including those using assistive technology or accessibility features.

The Centre for Road Safety strives where possible to ensure this website and documents comply with WCAG 2.0. This includes a current content review as part of our strategy to meet AA compliance by December 2014 as outlined in the Web Accessibility National Transition Strategy.

If you have problems accessing information or functions on this site please contact us.

Text size

Text on this site can be made larger or smaller than the standard presentation using the change font size featured in the top right header of every page shown as A / A.

Adobe PDF

This site contains information in portable document format (PDF). These files are made available so information is easy to download and is portable.

Some documents on this website do not conform with WCAG 2.0 accessibility standards. If you encounter any problems accessing documents in PDF format please contact us. We will endeavour to provide accessible versions of documents on request.

Text to speech

You can convert the text on this site into speech and listen to it when you are on the page or download it for later use.

Select listen at the top of the page. The player will expand and read the main contents of the page back to you. The text is highlighted as it is read. You can switch the highlights off or choose other options via the settings icon.

Select the download link on the player to download a small MP3 file. You can load the MP3 file onto your portable MP3 player or smart phone for later use. This can be used to relay information to someone who does not have an internet connection. If the contents of the page change you will need to download the MP3 file again.

Check your computer's sound settings if you cannot hear the audio.