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Stay alert while beach driving this summer

ByJames Brown

One of the advantages of living in property in Morayfield is that so many great beaches can easily be accessed, but if you're driving to one this summer, it's crucial to be extra cautious.

The Queensland state government is urging anyone thinking of driving on the state's beaches to be aware of their surroundings, especially as various hazards come to light during the summer months.

National parks minister Steve Dickson explained that beach driving can be a great way to explore an area, but it's important to bear in mind they are hotbeds for tourist activity.

"All normal road rules apply when driving on beaches, so keep to the speed limits, wear seatbelts, don't drink and drive, make sure your vehicles are registered and that only licensed drivers operate them," noted Mr Dickson.

He warned that conditions on beaches can change with little warning, so it's essential to keep an eye on the surroundings and be prepared for all eventualities.

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