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Swans and Giants work together for road safety

Posted in Motor Vehicle
Saturday, 30 April 2016

Usually AFL teams are competing with each other but, on this occasion, Sydney Swans and Greater Western Sydney (GWS) Giants are working together for road safety. NSW Centre for Road Safety has signed them up again to help raise awareness of mobile phone distraction and driver fatigue in NSW.

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The downside of sticker-less registration

Posted in Licencing & Registration
Tuesday, 26 April 2016
In January 2013, the NSW government abolished registration for light vehicles, effectively 97% of vehicles then registered in NSW. An official review at the time said Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) would save $575,000 a year spent on printing and posting them. Victoria abolished stickers in January 2014 and Queensland recently followed suit.

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Demerit points explained

Posted in Licencing & Registration
Wednesday, 20 April 2016

Not many drivers are likely to know exactly how many demerit points apply for driving offences in NSW. But since the introduction in 1997 of double demerits during busy holiday times, you can very quickly reach the limit and have your driving licence suspended or renewal refused.

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How is your green slip premium spent?

Posted in Insurance
Friday, 15 April 2016
Each time you have to pay your green slip premium, you may wonder exactly where your money is going. Motorists buy a green slip to pay for others who are injured or killed in a motor accident and, like any type of insurance, do not know if they will ever have to make a claim.

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New ideas to reform the green slip scheme

Posted in Insurance
Tuesday, 12 April 2016
As prices for your green slip in NSW continue to climb, Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation, Victor Dominello says the NSW green slip scheme is ripe for reform. He has released a discussion paper for people who want to have a say about improving the green slip scheme.

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