A Full-scale crash test has been performed to evaluate RHINO-STOP™ to the 30kN impact load described in AS1170.1 for light traffic areas. An initial impact was performed with a 1,500kg vehicle travelling at 2m/s. This produced a peak horizontal impact force of 31.8kN satisfying the loading requirement of AS/NZS 1170.1. The measured deflection at the post was just 91mm. A second impact was performed with the vehicle speed increased to 4m/s. This produced a peak horizontal impact force of 61.2kN, more than twice the prescribed loading requirement of AS/NZS 1170.1. The measured deflection at the post was 240mm. For both impacts, the barrier configuration comprised of a four (4) metre w-beam guardrail support by three (3) posts spaced at 2m centres. The test vehicle impacted the RHINO-STOP™ barrier over a 1.5m width area to the right hand section of the barrier. This was to ensure that maximum loading was applied to the end post with minimal support. Following both tests, there was no observed damage to the ground fixing bolts.