Where Can I Buy L & P Plates?

Where Can I Buy L & P Plates?

When you pass a test and get your new driver's licence, you probably stop at the licensing centre to pick up a handful of those plastic plates that fly/fall off, crack, get lost, leave grubby marks and damage paintwork. It’s easy to get frustrated with these terrible plates that you have to replace constantly. Luckily, there’s a better solution that’s available all across Australia. Best L & P Plates If you’re fed up with lost and broken plates that disappear the minute you get on the highway, you need to get your hands…continue reading →
Booking a driving test in NSW

Booking a driving test in NSW

It’s easier than ever to book a driving test in NSW. Service NSW provides an online portal that allows you to book the location, day and time of the next test you’re taking. This means booking can be done in a few simple steps in just minutes. Just go to the booking page, enter your details, and search for your preferred time slot. Booking online saves you the hassle of going to a registry or service centre, taking a number and waiting until you’re served, so why wouldn’t you? After you’ve booked, you…continue reading →
Mobile Phone Use While Driving in NSW

Mobile Phone Use While Driving in NSW

Without intentional distraction (e.g. through mobile phone use), driving is the most dangerous thing people do on a regular basis. Laws exists to limit the actions people can take while driving to distract themselves from the task at hand and make this already dangerous activity even more hazardous. Below is a breakdown of the laws concerning mobile phone use for drivers in NSW. Learner licence and Provisional P1 (Red Ps) When on your Ls and Red Ps you are not permitted to use a phone at all while driving (including while stopped in…continue reading →
Classic Vehicle Log Book

Classic Vehicle Log Book

A new trial log book scheme will apply to 30+ year old vehicles from October 1 2015 in NSW, allowing vintage vehicle enthusiasts more time behind the wheel of their pride and joy. The 2 year trial will allow 60 days of general use each year for these classic vehicles. Under previous rules, classic vehicles could only be used for club organised event, placing a significant restriction on enthusiast use. Each day of general use must be recorded in a RMS issues log book with a review of the trial to take place…continue reading →
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