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‘R Plates’ designed to help people returning from road trauma

7 October, 2022 | 
Pureprofile 

Originally published: 7news.com.au, 05 October 2022

P platers and L platers report feeling under less pressure, so what about R plates to signify people returning to the road?

Drivers returning to the wheel after a road incident often need some time to get their confidence back.

With this in mind, Australian service and repair company mycar – formerly Kmart Tyre & Auto – is promoting an interesting new program called ‘Return Plates’.

Mycar cites a 1000-person survey conducted by Pureprofile in August this year, which found about three-quarters of Australians had been affected by a road incident, with 21 per cent taking two to (at least) six months to feel comfortable in the car again.

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