Police are warning drivers to avoid the main risk factors in road trauma after a Port Campbell district man suffered neck injuries during a single-vehicle accident mid this week.
Port Campbell police Senior Constable Liam Cook said the single vehicle accident happened at 8.45pm on Wednesday.
He said a Toyota utility, driven by the 34-year-old man sole occupant of the ute, rolled at the intersection of North-South Road and Curdievale-Port Campbell Road.
"The driver suffered minor neck injuries and lacerations to his body," he said.
"He was transported to the Warrnambool Base Hospital for treatment. He lost lost control approaching the intersection. The cause of the accident is under investigation."
Senior Constable Cook said the Toyota ute had been described as an insurance write-off.
"The safety message remains the same - we want drivers to avoid the most common contributing factors in road trauma," he said.
"They include speed, impairment, distraction and hoon driving," he said.