There's hope another zero road toll can be achieved this holiday weekend.
AA spokesman Dylan Thomsen says the first zero road toll for a holiday weekend was Easter weekend this year, and he's sure it can be done again.
"Easter showed that we can achieve this, it's definitely possible, it was a fantastic achievement. Last Queens Birthday we had one death on the roads, so it's definitely achievable."
Mr Thomsen says around a quarter of the 285 people killed on the roads in the past year weren't wearing a seatbelt.
"If they were wearing a seatbelt it doesn't necessarily guarantee that they would have survived, but without a doubt, some of those people would be alive today just from taking that extra second to click in that safety belt before they start driving."
Dylan Thomsen says motorists need to be wary of roads which might be frosty or slippery this weekend.