Deloraine Primary School pupils will be the next generation of safe drivers.
Last week, the school's grade 4 class too part in the Royal Automobile Club of Tasmania's road safety education program.
Lyons Liberal MHA Mark Shelton helped the pupils learn about road safety.
"It was great to see how engaged the students were, how much they already knew about road safety, and how much they learnt during the workshop," he said.
"Road Safety Week highlights the need for everyone to drive so others survive."
The state government, on May 5, announced a new licencing system to give learner drivers more on-road supervised experience.
"Devastatingly, road trauma is the second highest killer of Tasmanians aged 17 to 25," he said.
"Road Safety Week is a timely reminder for Tasmanians of all ages to remember the golden rules of road safety, specifically - buckle up, stop when you're tired, check your vision and obey the speed limit."