Insurer RACQ has warned the Queensland government against adopting New South Wales' SLOMO laws, saying they were too complicated for drivers, focused too much on speed, and did not offer proper protection for emergency services and roadside workers.
During a year-long trial starting in September, NSW drivers travelling in a 70 km/h zone would have to slow down to 40 km/h when passing stationary emergency vehicles with flashing lights, and travel at 60 km/h when driving in a 100 km/h zone.
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