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How BMW is shaping the future of bikes

In 2016, BMW has celebrated their centennial anniversary by releasing a brand new motto,”The Next 100 Years”. The company has always been renowned worldwide for their innovative contributions in the industry. It is part of who they are as a brand and

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Changes to graduated driver licensing system

Some changes to the graduated driver licensing system are being rolled out over the next 18 months. Mobile phone ban for P2 drivers the first of which is a mobile phone ban for P2 drivers while driving or riding which

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Level crossing safety in Far West New South Wales

Transport for NSW and the NSW will be enforcing level crossing safety in the state’s far west in the coming week. There’s plenty of illegal behaviour from drivers that don’t understand the dangers, especially when drivers become frustrated or impatient.

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Road Rules Awareness Week

Road Rules Awareness week is the time to have a little refresher on those tricky rules that you forget over time. There are some rules where many drivers are confused, e.g. how to signal on roundabouts, and others that may be

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High visibility police operation to target risk-taking drivers

The road toll for 2015 is already 10% higher than 2014 and that has prompted Minister for Roads and Freight, Duncan Gay, to ask NSW Police Traffic and Highway Patrol to conduct an intensive, high-visibility operation called Operation Saturation to

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Ride to Live campaign and website goes live – we assess whether it’s any good

Last week Minister for Roads and Freight Duncan Gay launched the NSW Government’s new motorcycle education campaign ‘Ride to Live’, to help motorcyclists and other motorists better identify and manage the issues, which put motorcyclists at risk. We’ve had a

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Free learner driver workshop in Bombala for parents and supervisors

John Barilaro MP announced that parents in Bombala teaching their children how to drive will be able to get some practical advice via a free workshop. A two-hour workshop, Helping Learner Drivers Become Safer Drivers, is being conducted by the

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