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Certain states pay more for car insurance than others – report
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24th Sep 2020
3 min read

Certain states pay more for car insurance than others – report

Victorian drivers are paying more for their car insurance than residents of every other state in Australia, a new survey of 2500 Australian motorists has found. According to data from comparison company Mozo, the average annual car insurance premium for a Victorian customer is $1181 – roughly $229 more than the national average of $952.
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Susannah Guthrie
Western Australia introduces $1000 fines for mobile phone use
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12th Feb 2020
2 min read

Western Australia introduces $1000 fines for mobile phone use

Western Australia is joining Queensland in implementing steeper fines and harsher penalties for motorists using their mobile phone while driving. From July 1, 2020, an on-the-spot fine of $1000 and four demerit points will apply to the offence of texting, emailing, using social media, watching videos or accessing the internet while driving. The current penalty for driver phone use in WA is a $400 fine and three demerit points.
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Susannah Guthrie
Tasmanians facing 21 years jail for dangerous driving
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28th Aug 2017
1 min read

Tasmanians facing 21 years jail for dangerous driving

Tasmania has declared war on hooning drivers and is prepared to throw the book at offenders, who now face up to 21 years in jail, in an effort to crack down on dangerous driving.
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Rob Margeit
2010 Targa Tasmania Photo Gallery Day 2
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27th Apr 2010
1 min read

2010 Targa Tasmania Photo Gallery Day 2

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Alborz Fallah
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27th Apr 2010
1 min read

2010 Targa Tasmania Photo Gallery Day 2

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Alborz Fallah
Toyota Camry Hybrid set to race in Targa Tasmania
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12th Apr 2010
1 min read

Toyota Camry Hybrid set to race in Targa Tasmania

Toyota's most fuel-efficient locally-built sedan, the Camry Hybrid, will take place in an unlikely event early next month when it joins competitors at Australia's premier tarmac rally, Targa Tasmania. Organisers say Camry Hybrid's eco-friendly credentials are a perfect fit with their future goals of reducing the event's CO2 emissions to assist in reducing global warming.
Matt Brogan
Car dealers bailed out with $2bn safety net
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5th Dec 2008
1 min read

Car dealers bailed out with $2bn safety net

In the wake of plummeting new car sales and increased pressure on dealerships, the Australian Government has announced a $2 billion safety net to prevent the financial collapse of the car sales industry. Car dealers facing financial crisis will now be underwritten by a Government debt guarantee, amid the withdrawal of two major financiers.
George Skentzos