Remarkably, nobody has ever asked us how mobile speed cameras actually work. Until now.

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How do mobile speed cameras work?

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Are you concerned that a parent or grandparent is no longer a safe driver? mynr.ma/seniors

Older drivers and licences: what you must know

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The NRMA Motoring Advice team is fielding a lot of enquiries about fines issued by private parking providers. Here's our answer.

Can private car park operators issue fines?

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Get 12 months free roadside assistance: mynr.ma/free2go

Are you a young driver or do you know one?

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Here we answer whether braking with your left foot is advisable: mynr.ma/left-foot

Ask NRMA: Is left foot braking the right choice?

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TEST ANSWER: Vehicle A must give way to vehicle B. Vehicle C is turning right from the terminating road at a T-intersection; a driver turning from the terminating road at a T-intersection must give way to all vehicles on the continuing road (except those performing a U-turn). Vehicle C must give way to vehicles A and B. Vehicle A must then give way to vehicle B as a driver turning right from...
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Use Central underpass regularly? You'll want to read this: mynr.ma/central-revamp

Central Station underpass to get historic revamp

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Storms are hitting Sydney just in time for the commute home, which means low visibility and requires motorists to use their headlights.

Know the road rule: using headlights

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We consulted our legal experts, who advised the below: mynr.ma/plate-display

Ask NRMA: When must drivers display L and P Plates?

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TEST TIME: You are driving vehicle A. You must give way to:

- Vehicle C only,
- Both vehicle B and C,
- Vehicle B only?

Just answer in the comments below. We will publish the correct answer in a separate post later today. Thanks.
Happy 85th Birthday, Sydney Harbour Bridge!
Your old mate,
The NRMA.

Happy 85th Birthday, Sydney Harbour Bridge

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It’s the road safety program that has helped more than 400,000 Australians become safer drivers for free, but now it’s under threat.

Sign the petition to save it here: mynr.ma/support-keys2drive

Why we can't lose our keys2drive

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We investigate the road rules that pertain to car parks: mynr.ma/pram-parking

Ask NRMA: Who can use 'parking with prams' spaces?

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Why is fuel sold in so many different grades and what are benefits of paying more for a premium product? Here's the answer: mynr.ma/RON

The facts about fuel: which RON is best for you?

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Why is fuel sold in different grades and what are benefits of paying more for a premium product? [ Mynr.ma Link ]

The facts about fuel: which RON is best for you?

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Here are the road rules when it comes to driving under the speed limit, travelling in the right-hand lane on roads and tailgating: mynr.ma/slow-drivers

Ask NRMA: Is driving beneath the speed limit illegal?

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TEST ANSWER: Vehicle A must give way to vehicle B and Vehicle C must give way to Vehicle A. When lines of traffic merge where there are no lane lines to be crossed, a driver must give way to any vehicle ahead of them. This is often called a zipper merge.

Check out this video on the subject: [ Mynr.ma Link ]. Safe driving!
The NRMA has joined a global campaign to reduce the number of people killed on roads across the world, caused by drivers being distracted by smartphones and other technology.

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Will Pharrell get through to mobile law breakers?

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TEST TIME: You are driving vehicle A on a multi-lane road. The road changes from multi-lane to single lane and you need to merge with other traffic. There are no lane markings.

a) Both vehicle B and C have to give way to you
b) You have to give way to both vehicle B and C because they are on your right
c) You should give way to vehicle B because it is travelling ahead of you and vehicle C...
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