SUPPORTING THE CAUSE: Kingaroy resident, Simon Neal will proudly display his road safety bumper sticker.
SUPPORTING THE CAUSE: Kingaroy resident, Simon Neal will proudly display his road safety bumper sticker. Matt Collins

Will you be our next Driver of the Week?

SOUTH Burnett motorists are being rewarded for helping keep the road safety conversation front of mind.

Each week, the South Burnett Times will feature a driver who displays the road safety bumper sticker on their vehicle.

This is one small way to reward good drivers and keep the roads safe.

Kingaroy Officer-in-Charge, Snr Sgt David Tierney encouraged all motorists to get involved.

"Show your support and commitment to keeping our roads and our kids safe,” he said.

Alongside being showcased as the region's top driver, there are potentially multiple other rewards for motorists.

"If you have the sticker on your vehicle you could pick up a goodies pack,” Snr Sgt Tierney said.

All you have to do to be involved is have one of the road safety bumper stickers on your car.

The stickers can be picked up from the South Burnett Times office, Kingaroy Police Station and in all Kingaroy new car centres.

They are available for a gold coin donation.

If you would like to be featured as our driver of the week, contact 4162 9701 or email matt.collins@southburnetttimes.com.au