Victorians hitting the roads this Easter weekend are being urged to plan ahead, take regular breaks, and drive to the conditions to stay safe.

The Victorian State Emergency Service (VICSES) volunteers and the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) have teamed up to launch the Easter Driver Reviver program.

Over the long weekend, Victorians will be able to take a break, grab a free hot drink and snacks at 30 Driver Reviver locations across the state – including the Hume Highway, Murray Valley Highway and Western Highway.

Drivers are being urged to get enough rest, allow plenty of travel time, plan a break from the road every two hours and swap drivers where possible.

“Every death on our roads is a tragedy – we want to make sure every Victorian gets home safely this long weekend,” said Minister for Roads and Road Safety Melissa Horne.

“If you’re feeling tired behind the wheel, remember to pull over, take a break, and if possible switch drivers – it could save your life.”

For a full list Driver Reviver and Pause Stop locations, visit: