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Sep 16, 2014
Category: General
Posted by: webadmin

From 1 October 2014 you won’t get a registration label when you register your vehicle. This only applies to light vehicles, including:

Sep 16, 2014
Category: General
Posted by: webadmin
This has not yet been implemented.
Currently all that has happened is that the Federal Minister has announced that the rule will change but no actual time frame has been stated.

Sep 16, 2014
Category: General
Posted by: webadmin
Changes to rego labels
From 1 October 2014 you won’t get a registration label when you register your vehicle. This only applies to light vehicles, including..............
Sep 8, 2014
Category: General
Posted by: webadmin
Half of all cycle crashes and a third of all motorcycle crashes in Gloucestershire involved another vehicle where the driver “failed to look”. That’s over 700 riders who have been hurt on our roads since 2008 in preventable and avoidable collisions. Most of these were at urban junctions in the County, where male drivers collided with male cyclists and motorcyclists. And surprisingly, the majority of these crashes were not in darkness – they were in daylight hours.

So why do these types of crashes happen? Professor David Crudnall* of Nottingham Trent University explains the top 3 reasons:..................

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The Motorcycle Riders' Association of Queensland Inc.(MRAQ)is the official voice of Queensland's road riding motorcycles, off-road motorcycles, scooters and trikes communities. With more than 186,193 motorcycles and scooters now registered in Queensland, it is imperative that these people are being properly considered as a legitimate part of the transport mix.

The MRAQ's primary role is to convey the road safety concerns and suggestions of the road/offroad motorcycles, scooter, trikes riding community to relevant government bodies and work with them to achieve the goal of improving motorcycle, scooter and trike safety. It also provides information from its work back to the riding community in order to facilitate the achievement of its objectives. The MRAQ has been representing Queensland motorcycle and scooter riders at the highest levels since 1982.

The MRAQ's objectives are to:

  • Promote road safety
  • Promote a better image for motorcycling
  • Work for fair and sensible legislation on behalf of all motorcyle enthusiasts
  • Participate in charitable and community service activities

MRAQ supports responsible, safe, yet enjoyable riding practices, and encourages on/off road motorcycle, trike and scooter riders to participate in advanced rider training and track days to safely develop their skills and experience safely in a non-public road environment.

 



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