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NSW makes rego free for frequent toll users
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21st Nov 2017
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NSW makes rego free for frequent toll users

Drivers who spend more than $25 per week on tolls will get free registration in New South Wales, under a new State Government plan. NSW Premier, Gladys Berejiklian, says the move is designed to help drive down the cost of owning a car in New South Wales. "The majority of eligible motorists will save $358 a year on registration costs, with potential savings of up to $715 a year," Berejiklian said today.
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Scott Collie
NRMA proposes driver education for speeding drivers
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12th Jul 2016
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NRMA proposes driver education for speeding drivers

The NRMA has called for the New South Wales Government to introduce alternatives such as driver training courses for low level speeding offences. With a year-to-date road toll of 208 for 2016, NSW has already seen a 25 per cent spike in road deaths compared to the same period last year. Kyle Loades, president of the NRMA, said that speed-related offences are a significant factor in fatal crashes, and that speed offenders need to be better educated about the dangers of their risky actions.
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James Wong
NSW learner driver rule changes cut compulsory hours, increase speeds
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12th Mar 2013
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NSW learner driver rule changes cut compulsory hours, increase speeds

Learner drivers in NSW will be able to cut their compulsory supervised driving hours by one third and travel at higher speeds following a shake-up of the learner program announced by the State Government today. Roads Minister Duncan Gay announced the introduction of the Safer Drivers Course, which, when combined with professional driving lessons, allows learners to reduce their number of compulsory supervised driving hours from 120 to 80.
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