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How has SCR changed trucking?

Posted in Motor Vehicle
Thursday, 22 May 2014

Australia has become more environmentally conscious over the past few years, especially as we have gained the tools and technology to understand how we are impacting the earth. In particular, one issue that has come under the spotlight is the matter of vehicle emissions.

While cars, motorcycles and trucks help transport goods and people where they need to go, they can also contribute significantly to environmental damage through the release of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.

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New Additional Website

Posted in Insurance
Wednesday, 21 May 2014

We have launched a new website at http://greenslipcalculator.com.au/.

The website is designed as an additional pathway to the green slip calculator on this site.

The site also allows us to test some new features and designs, without interrupting this site.

If you see http://greenslipcalculator.com.au/ in your searches, do not hesitate to click on it. Once there, you will see a link to the green slip calculator on this site.

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Getting your motorcycle license in NSW

Posted in Licencing & Registration
Monday, 19 May 2014

Article PhotoDrivers must share the road with many different kinds of vehicles, from trucks and buses to motorcycles. Accidents can happen at any time, and that is where ctp green slip insurance comes in handy to cover any third parties that may be injured or killed as a result of a road incident. This policy extends to motorbike riders as well, so it's important to compare green slip quotes.

If you haven't yet achieved your motorcycle licence in New South Wales, here are the stages you will be required to go through.

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Young drivers less likely to be aware of dangers inside the car.

Posted in Motor Vehicle
Friday, 16 May 2014

It's no surprise that young drivers tend to be involved in more than their fair share of road incidents. According to a report compiled by the Parliament of New South Wales, young and primarily male drivers are involved in almost 30 per cent of all fatal crashes and 29 per cent of all motor vehicle crashes - despite making up just 16 per cent of all licence holders.

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Teaching your teen to drive safely on the roads

Posted in Licencing & Registration
Friday, 09 May 2014

For most teens, getting their full license is a mark of pride and a big step on the way to becoming a fully fledged adult. However, as a parent you have an important role in making sure your teenager is a safe and responsible driver before they hit the roads.

It's an unfortunate fact that younger drivers tend to be more at risk of being involved in a motor vehicle accident. According to the The George Institute Young Driver Fact Base, injury is the single biggest cause of death in Australian youth and 45 per cent of these fatalities are due to road crashes.

Hospital data for young Australians supports this statement, with drivers involved in a road traffic incident making up almost half the amount of hospitalisations in this group. Young drivers between 17-25 years of age make up one-quarter of all Australian road deaths, but they represent just 10-15 per cent of the total number of licensed drivers in Australia.

Males in the 17-25 year old age group are also more at risk than females. One-third of all speeding drivers and passengers involved in fatal crashes are males in this category, compared to 6 per cent of females.

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