ROAD safety chiefs are congratulating drivers who achieved the ultimate target.
People who got behind the wheel in West Yorkshire on Sunday were urged to cut deaths and serious casualties to zero.
And the message today was: "You did it!"
The plea for care on the roads came from West Yorkshire Casualty Reduction Partnership.
Spokesman Philip Gwynne said: "It was really amazing. Normally on the first Sunday in May we could expect one or two fatalities and half-a-dozen serious injuries.
"The fact that there were none is really, really good news."
Officials set up Safer Roads Day to highlight what could be achieved if drivers took a bit more care.
The worst reported accident was on the M62 westbound near Scammonden.
A women driver from Wrexham suffered slight injuries when her car ran off the motorway and demolished a road sign.
Mr Gwynne said: "It's absolutely staggering that there was nothing worse during the day.
"It shows we can make the roads a safer and better place to be if we pay a little more attention to ourselves and others on the roads.
"The challenge is to make every day like that."
West Yorkshire Casualty Reduction Partnership is made up of representatives from Kirklees, Calderdale, Bradford, Leeds and Wakefield district councils.
It also includes West Yorkshire Police, West Yorkshire Health Authority, West Yorkshire Magistrates' Court Service and the Highways Authority.