Crowds flocked to Greystone Centre, North West Regional College last Thursday evening to support Limavady Custom Cruisers on its new project to modify a car legally and safely.
William Semple, Club Chair said there was a real buzz about the workshops and car park where exhibitors were showcasing vehicles from various motorsport disciplines and cars were entered into a Show and Shine competition.
Rosemary Savage, Club Treasurer and DPP member said the project is in its infancy, and club members will be involved in making the decisions, learning how to project manage and along the way gain more knowledge in particular about road safety.
Inspector Stephen Haslett said: “Unique across Northern Ireland, no young person was involved in a fatal or serious road traffic collision in the Borough last year. The club will continue to work hard to maintain what has been achieved and everyone is welcome to become involved. Similar to the last project, we will modify a car legally and safely and through an innovative education programme work to change attitudes to use of the road and improve driving skills. Further information can be obtained from the club’s website: www.limavadycustomcruisers.com.”