The Transport Accident Commission is a Victorian Government body, responsible for organising Victoria's transport accident insurance scheme and promoting road safety. The TAC derives its revenue from the payment made by Victorian motorists for the registration of vehicles. The government body employs approximately 900 full-time equivalent people and is administered from its head office in Geelong, Victoria.

The Transport Accident Commission covers transport accidents directly caused by car, motorcycle, bus, train or tram. The TAC's services include ambulance, hospital, medical, chemist, therapy, dental and nursing services. Apart from medical, the TAC also provides compensation for other benefits such as travel costs to attend treatment or for special rehabilitation equipment.

In addition, the TAC also works with the Victoria Police and VicRoads to promote road safety in Victoria through advertising campaigns.

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