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The Criminal Offence of Vehicular Manslaughter Across Australia

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Driving on our roads carries a number of risks and responsibilities, and failing to comply with the road rules can land a driver on the wrong side of the law – potentially amounting to a traffic offence. And while a...

Noise Offences Relating to Residences, Business and Vehicles in NSW

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Is your noisy neighbour making you crazy? Sick of the P-plater down the street revving their engine? Or on the other hand, is your neighbour making a mountain out of a molehill when it comes to your gatherings or vehicle?...

Rules and Offences Relating to Number Plates in New South Wales

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There are many traffic offences in New South Wales it is important for drivers to be aware of, to ensure the safety of all road users. Some of these may be obvious, such as not travelling above the speed limit and...

Drones to ‘Manage’ Traffic on New South Wales Roads

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When they were first introduced to the Australian market more than two decades ago, drones were hailed as a revolution that could be used for everything from food deliver to cattle herding and security.  The revolution has not exactly been...

What are the Rules for Learner Drivers in New South Wales?

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Getting your driver licence is a huge milestone on the path to adulthood.  It provides a sense freedom and independence, but it also comes with responsibilities. Driving also comes with risks and, sadly, statistics suggest that less experienced drivers who...

Report Reveals that NSW Drink Driving Laws Work, Whilst Drug Driving Remains a Joke

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A just released report advises that reforms to New South Wales drink- and drug-driving laws, which have seen penalty notices, triggering licence suspensions and fines, issued to first-time low-level drink drivers and drivers with the presence of drugs in their...

The Rules Relating to Signalling on New South Wales Roads

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Use your bloody indicator! The failure to use a turning indicator light, or to have a functional braking light, can be a source of frustration for drivers who are doing the right thing. And it’s important to know there are...

Which Driver Has To Give Way on NSW Roads? Know The Rules!

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It’s a frequent topic of debate, and a not infrequent cause of road rage incidents: who has to give way to whom on NSW roads? Luckily, the Road Rules 2014 (NSW) cover almost every give way situation you can think...

Speeding Offences In NSW: What Is the Speed Limit If There Are No Signs?

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Driving or riding in excess of the speed limit, or speeding, is one of the most frequently penalised traffic offences in New South Wales. According to Revenue NSW, the state government received more than $1.5 billion in revenue from fines...

When Does Overtaking Become a Traffic Offence in New South Wales?

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Being stuck behind a slow-moving vehicle can be frustrating, especially if you are running late for work or a meeting, or have had a hard day and just want to get home. But it’s important to be aware that unsafe...
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