This long weekend nearly 100 people took the opportunity to stop, revive and survive at the Orange driver reviver.
As one of the 80 or so driver reviver sites operating across NSW in peak holiday periods, the Orange site offered a safe place for drivers to stop and take a break.
While the Orange site is run by Lions Clubs, volunteers from the men's shed and the Freemasons were also on hand to offer motorists some Arnott's biscuits, chocolates and a nice warm cuppa of tea or coffee.
Volunteers gave visitors a warm welcome to Orange and also handed out travel card games to keep kids entertained on the road.
Over the course of the long weekend, just over 30 volunteers worked at the driver reviver to create a comfortable stop for passing travellers.
Men's shed volunteer Dennis Barton believes driver reviver is a wonderful service to be a part of.
"People can come in here for refreshments, but more importantly for a friendly smile and a good old chat," he said.
"It's great because it gets people off the road and out of their cars. If we have a talk with them, we cam keep them here for maybe 10, 15 minutes, That gives them a break to refresh their minds and refresh their bodies."
Mr Barton said that he likes volunteering, because he gets to meet so many different people.
"This weekend we had people come in who were travelling from all over New South Wales and we even had a group who were travelling up to Queensland," he said.
While the long weekend may be behind us motorists are still being reminded to Stop, Revive and Survive every two hours while driving.