Support the introduction of random roadside drug testing

Matthew Dow was 23 years old when killed on New Years eve 2017 by a drugged driver high on meth and cannabis.

The woman had previously served time for drug convictions and was driving like a maniac at Appleby when she killed Matthew.

Matthew's parents have initiated this petition to raise awareness of the problem of drugged drivers and to give Police the tools needed that have been successfully used in Australia, the United Kingdom and Canada to get drugged drivers off the roads.

The Petition requests "That the House of Representatives urgently pass legislation to introduce random roadside drug testing to reduce the escalating road toll from drugged drivers, which resulted in 79 fatal crashes in 2017 and exceeds the number caused by those impaired by alcohol."

Please support 'Matthew's Petition' and add you name.

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