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  1. Canberra
    https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/6108021/canberra-drivers-are-keeping-their-distance-from-bikes-mostly/?cs=14329 Extract: Canberra Times: MAY 6 2019 - 12:09PM Canberra bike minimum passing rules report finds drivers keep their distance Peter Brewer Car drivers in Canberra are keeping...
  2. Australia
    Hey everyone, I've been doing goober in Sydney now for the past two months full-time until I start my new job at Qantas on the 22 of October and was wondering if any of you have come across these types of people? Or how often? I'm up to around 400 trips with a 4.9 rating so I've been doing...
  3. Melbourne
    VicRoads now has a sign up for road rules update feature so at least we'll all know when the rules change. If you go to the VicRoads website and then look at any of the road rule pages you'll see 'sign up for updates'. If you sign up VicRoads will send you an email when the road rules change...
  4. Canberra
    NRMA's 'Open Road' magazine for January/February 2018 has an excellent article on pages 40 and 41 about commonly misunderstood road rules. I commend the article. The explanations are brief, clear and accurate. Over the next little while, I'll share the NRMA's pearls of wisdom.
  5. Canberra
    The 'a metre matters rule' has been extended in the ACT during a review of the two-year trial that ended on 31 October 2017. When overtaking cyclists, motorists in the ACT must allow a sideways distance of at least one metre in a speed zone of 60 kilometres per hour or below and at least 1.5...
  6. Sydney
    Many PAX( Particularly in the City & eastern suburbs) simply doesn't care if what they want is illegal because they don't get the fine & they will rate you at 1 star if you don't do as they ask. The sad truth is "this the way it is " So far I've been very luck with a couple of let offs &...
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