Coulthard, from Twynholm in Kirkcudbrightshire, said he is backing the campaign by the Scottish Government and Road Safety Scotland because he did much of his early driving on rural roads.
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The panel also includes Neil Greig, of the Institute of Advanced Motorists, Michael McDonnell, of Road Safety Scotland, Commissioner for Young People Kathleen Marshall, Dr Steve Lawson, of the Road Safety Foundation, and Jane Greer, of the Institute of Road Safety Officers.
Road Safety Scotland warned: "Drink-drivers face up to 14 years imprisonment for causing death.
Mairi Blair, from Road Safety Scotland, explains how all of us have a vital role to play in making sure that children and young people know how to keep themselves as safe as possible in the road environment.
Michael McDonnell, director of Road Safety Scotland, said: "Parents must understand that there is a real life-and-death difference for their children if they fit the wrong seat - or fit the right seat incorrectly.
Director of Road Safety Scotland, Michael McDonnell, highlights the dangers of a night out and how drivers and pedestrians can help prevent accidents.
MICHAEL MCDONNELL, Director of Road Safety Scotland, explains why young people are at risk on our roads and what can be done.
Michael McDonnell, director of Road Safety Scotland, said: "It is over 40 years since the breathalyser was introduced and still people are prepared to put themselves and others at risk by drinking and driving.