The main aim of this study is to compare the pattern of wearing rate of High Visibility Windbreakers (HVWB) among motorcyclists by using the awareness approach, which is an intervention program designed specifically for motorcyclists. Two organizations were selected and given two types of approach – Approach 1 consisted of the intervention program and the distribution of HVWB whereas Approach 2 consisted of the distribution of HVWB only. Baseline observation was conducted prior to the implementation of both approaches to collect baseline data on the pattern of wearing HVWB among the motorcyclists at both organizations. The observation was again conducted after the implementation of both approaches and the results found that there was a significant increase in wearing rate of HVWB among motorcyclists who received road safety intervention compared to the motorcyclists who did not receive any road safety intervention. Result also found that motorcyclists who exposed to the road safety intervention programme wore HVWB, 5.71 times more than motorcyclists who do not expose to any mod of intervention programme.