the proposed trial in new south wales would have two different speed limits: a 40km/h slow zone for 70km/h zones and a reduction to 60km/h in 100km/h zones.racq head of technical and safety policy steve spalding urged the queensland government to adopt slomo laws but to steer clear of the nsw laws, which he said were confusing and did not force vehicles to move over.a truck passing emergency incident on the bruce highway on january 10, 2018. “if you are struck by a truck at 40, 50 or 100km/h on the roadside is no different, it is a non-survivable crash.”in february a 25-year-old man was killed after his broken down ute was hit by another car.loadingmr spalding said racq had raised its concerns with transport and main roads and the road safety and police ministers on several occasions.“they are just far too slow to respond and what we really don’t want to see is a crash, fatality or serious injury that could have been avoided by having decent protection,” he said.transport and main roads minister mark bailey said the government was working with racq on a communication campaign to encourage drivers to slow down near road incidents.“one area of concern is the ability for heavy vehicles to slow down safely from 100km/h and 110km/h to 40km/h, particularly where an incident may not be clearly visible at a distance,” he said.mr bailey said the advice from transport and main roads was to support a non-regulatory education approach, not a reduced speed limit approach.??...