A meeting will be held on Sunday to discuss a future skid pan in the region
After community concerns were raised on the number of skid marks on Echuca-Moama roads, a meeting will be held on Sunday to discuss the future of a skid pan in the region.
The meeting will be held at the Border Inn from 10am in Moama.
Local resident Thomas Weyrich says the issue has got worse over the last few years.
"There are lots and lots of intersections in Echuca-Moama and places like the Barmah turnoff where this sort of stuff is prevalent," he said.
"Not only is it dangerous, it's against the law and the people that do it run the risk of not only losing their licence but having their car confiscated."
He says the event will judge the interest in organising an official pan.
"What I'm trying to do is to come up with a plan to try and at least give these guys somewhere to do it in a controlled environment, and I think that will be better for everybody."