NSW Laws

NSW Digital Driver Licence – What you need to know

After a successful trial, any NSW driver can now use the NSW Digital Driver Licence (DDL). The Digital Driver Licence is the digital version of your NSW Driver Licence, and it’s available on the Service NSW App for iOS and Android. Does it completely replace your plastic licence? Can you use it as a proof-of-age card? And what happens when you have no data? Here's everything you need to know. What is the Digital Driver Licence (DDL)? The NSW Digital ...

2020-02-06T10:26:04+10:00January 9th, 2020|Automotive News, General News, NSW Laws|

Hyundai Kona Elite 2019 Video Review

Hyundai is pushing out some extremely good products in their growing line-up of passenger cars. The Hyundai Kona is no exception. Now in its second generation, the Hyundai Kona brings more kit and a lower starting price. One step down from the top spec Kona Highlander is this Kona Elite, and it’s probably where you want to put your money. All Kona models are available with the choice of two four-cylinder petrol powertrains, automatic or manual transmissions and two- or all-wheel-drive grip. ...

2019-04-29T10:43:58+10:00April 29th, 2019|Automotive News, Community, General News, Hyundai, NSW Laws, Tynan Motors|

New Mobile Phone Laws Apply

New Mobile Phone Laws Apply The NSW government calls for a complete mobile ban in tough new laws for NSW P-platers. Drivers in NSW on a Provisional License will soon banned from using any form of mobile phone under a new government crackdown designed to save young lives. Under the amendments announced on Sunday, P-plate drivers will no longer be permitted to use a mobile phone at all while driving or riding. Currently, P-2 licence holders may use mobile phone for ...

2017-02-22T20:46:14+10:00July 28th, 2016|Automotive News, Community, NSW Laws|

New Bike / Car Rules for NSW

https://youtu.be/ZmtcE8Nkfa0 The NSW Governments new 'Go Together' campaign will be quite a shock to some Sydney-siders as harsh new penalties have been put in place for motorists and cyclists. So much so that the fines for some particular offences have increased up to 600%. Here are the details: From the 1st of March 2016, drivers will need to give bicycle riders at least 1 metre of space when passing: 1 metre when the speed limit is 60km/h or less 1.5 ...

2017-02-22T20:46:17+10:00March 10th, 2016|Automotive News, NSW Laws|