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JUN
24

Motor vehicle sales fall slightly in May 2014

Posted in Motor Vehicle
Tuesday, 24 June 2014

The number of new motor vehicle sales in New South Wales fell slightly during May, according to the latest release from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).

In total, May saw a trend estimate of 91,764 new vehicles sold throughout Australia. This figure has decreased slightly compared to April 2014. However, the seasonally adjusted estimate (92,410 vehicles) rose by 0.3 per cent when compared to the same month.

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JUN
19

What are the rules for renewing my full licence?

Posted in Licencing & Registration
Thursday, 19 June 2014

Renewing your licence in a timely manner is an important part of your legal duties as a driver, along with ensuring your green slip and registration are up to date.. While Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) send you a renewal notice, it is your responsibility to ensure the process is completed satisfactorily.

If you're coming up for a renewal of your full licence in NSW, here are a few things to take note of.

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JUN
18

Changes proposed for NSW vehicle registration system

Posted in Licencing & Registration
Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Roads Minister Duncan Gay has announced a series of proposed changes to the light vehicle registration system in New South Wales, the biggest the state has seen for 90 years. If the legislation is successful, it would mean significant changes for affected drivers.

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JUN
17

Driving long distances in winter: You need to be careful.

Posted in Motor Vehicle
Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Article PhotoDriving for long distances can be an enjoyable experience. Whether you're going on a road trip or simply trying to get from Point A to Point B, the experience of driving at your own pace can be a rewarding one.

However, driving for longer periods of time can also expose you to new hazards and risks such as driver fatigue. It's important for everyone on the road to be practising safe motoring habits, and this is particularly true for those who have a long journey ahead of them.

With the winter months now here, there's even more reason to drive safely at all times. Rainfall, snow and ice can add an extra element to the experience that drivers need to account for. According to the Transport for NSW Centre for Road Safety, in the year ended December 2012, wet surface conditions were a factor in 8,404 crashes. Of these, 51 were fatal, 3,162 resulted in an injury and 5,191 had no casualties.

Meanwhile, snow or ice on the roads was a factor in 80 crashes during that year, 28 of which resulted in injury and 52 with no casualties.

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JUN
06

Sydney CBD Pedestrians

Posted in Traffic
Friday, 06 June 2014

We announced in a news article that the NSW Government is creating a 40km/h speed limit zone in the Sydney CBD, from the end of 2014.

Pedestrian safety is the main factor for the new speed zone.

As a driver who drives in the Sydney CBD every week day, it seems to me that there are other issues which need to be resolved and which will greatly increase pedestrian safety.

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