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What Are the Rules for a Motorised Bicycle?

Bicycle, motorised bicycle, power assisted bicycle, Pedelec, Motor Bike? Rules in South Australia require drivers to have a licence for bikes with more than 200 watts of power.  When purchasing a motorised bicycle it is critical to understand the engine capacity.  It is easy to be breaking the rules unknowingly and you could be fined for… Read more »

Infringement Notice: A Lawyer May Make the Difference

Adelaide woman sells car for $700, slapped with a $786 Infringement Notice for speeding 11 hours later. The ABC Adelaide published an article by Brett Williamson on Tuesday 29 September 2015 in relation to unfortunate circumstances for a woman who sold her car but was later confronted with speeding fines worth more than what she… Read more »

Mobile Phones in Cars: A Cheat’s Guide to What You Can and Cannot Do While Driving

Read this and avoid a traffic offence 891 ABC Adelaide posted an article about using mobile phones in cars on 10 September 2015.  It is written by Brett Williamson headed “A cheat’s guide to what you can and cannot do while driving” As police are targeting drivers using mobile phones, road safety officer Sergeant John Illingworth… Read more »

“KEEP LEFT UNLESS OVERTAKING” – Australia’s Most Ignored Road Sign

We’ve all been there. You’re driving along a multi-lane road free and easy before for some inexplicable reason you are suddenly 20 cars deep in a line of traffic behind two cars traveling alongside each other 20km/h under the speed limit. Enraged, you stare and point helplessly at the ‘Keep Left Unless Overtaking’ signs plastered… Read more »

Reducing demerit points? – Just ask your Grandmother!!!!!

How do I go about reducing demerit points now that I am faced with losing my licence? Tempted to consider asking your grandmother to take your points? Our very strong advice is don’t ask your Grandmother for assistance in reducing demerit points by taking them for you. Under the Oaths Act 1936 you will be allowing someone you… Read more »

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