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Renew rego online for national parks discount

Wednesday, 20 January 2016

Many motorists who renew their registration online can get $15 off one of two popular passes to national parks throughout NSW.

The discount applies now - from 20 December 2015 to December 2016 – for one 12-month, annual All Park or Multi-Park Pass.


Digital licences on the way

Thursday, 14 January 2016

The days of carrying a licence in your wallet – or stuffed into your back pocket – are coming to an end. Following an election promise, the NSW government plans to make all forms of licence digital in the next few years.

Read more: Digital licences on the way


Double demerits reminder

Tuesday, 22 December 2015

Double demerit points for some motoring offences will apply again this Christmas and New Year period.

From December 24 to January 3, any speeding, seatbelts and motorbike helmet offences will cost you double demerit points.

Remember drivers who use their mobile phones while driving during the period will now lose double demerit points as well.

So focus on the road this Christmas and enjoy your holidays.


Double demerits extended to mobile phone use

Wednesday, 02 December 2015

As you pack up the car for a holiday this Christmas and look forward to a break away from it all, remember you are 20 times more likely to crash if you text while driving. It’s a sobering statistic – and statistics are based on the experiences of ordinary people.

This is why, for the first time, the NSW Roads Minister, Duncan Gay, is doubling demerit points for drivers who use their phones during the Christmas period from December 24 to January 3. It sounds tough, but as Minister Gay says:

“If I saved your life, I’ve done you a favour.”

Read more: Double demerits extended to mobile phone use


Helmet regulations in NSW set to change

Friday, 30 October 2015

A recent announcement from Minister for Roads Duncan Gay will come as welcome news for motorcycle riders in New South Wales. In a Transport for NSW media release, the minister explained that European standard helmets, as well as those from other countries, would soon be available for use.

A change in helmet regulations would bring NSW into the fold with other states such as Queensland, Victoria and the Northern Territory, states Mr Gay.

Read more: Helmet regulations in NSW set to change


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