Volunteers from Bathurst's Country Women's Association (CWA) have been kept busy this long weekend at the city's driver reviver station.
Tracey Phillips and Bronwyn Jones were manning the station on Sunday morning and said there's been a mix of people stopping by for a break from their driving.
"In our conversations, we've noticed people have come from terrific distances, but sometimes they're not from too far away," Ms Jones explained.
"We were very busy on Saturday but it's been a bit quiet on Sunday morning. We expect it to be busy again on Monday before the long weekend ends."
Ms Jones said taking a break from driving is extremely important, especially if drivers have been travelling over long distances.
"It's good to take some time out from driving and walk around," she said.
"It's about reviving yourself so that you can drive safely.
"It's also a wonderful day to enjoy when you're taking a break from your driving."
Across the long weekend, double demerits have been in place and will remain in place until October 7.
Drivers caught using their phones during the double demerit long weekend period can expect to be hit with a fine as well as up to a whopping 10 demerits.