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Tuesday, 9 November 1976
Page: 2498

Mr GOODLUCK (Franklin) -I rise to pay compliment to the honourable member for Kennedy (Mr Katter) for arranging a very novel situation tonight in which the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Road Safety went to Yass and talked at first hand with the truck drivers. In particular the Committee looked at the road safety aspects of heavy duty vehicles which was most interesting. I am afraid that sometimes politicians are apt to deal in theoretical situations rather than the practicalities. Tonight we had the opportunity to see these men in action, to find out their problems and to ask them at first hand exactly how they feel about road safety and heavy duty vehicles. I can assure all members of the House that we learned by it.

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