Ultimately, the MCC of NSW is representing the interests of individual riders - you! In this section we seek to provide you with useful information to make your riding safer and more enjoyable.
If you have any suggestions for areas of interest that the MCC of NSW can work on, why not send us an e-mail or, better still, attend one of our monthly meetings and get actively involved.
Rider Training Providers
The following organisations and companies provide rider training in New South Wales. Note: Inclusion of an organisation, company or training course on this list does not imply or suggest MCC of NSW...
000 or 112 ??? There is no doubt that 112 is connected and a mobile telephone will make that call even if the phone has no SIM card. 112 and 000 may be treated as equivalent FOR CALLS FROM MOBILES...
The sun is shining, it’s a glorious, perfect day for a ride. You pack your things, don your leathers and get on the bike, heading for your favourite country road, calm, quiet and beautiful. Cruising...
A list of bike transport companies that can make your day a little less inconvenient if your chariot "fails to proceed"...
Motorcycle & Scooter Parking In Sydney
The City of Sydney has implemented a Motorcycle & Scooter Strategy and Action Plan, which also includes some changes to motorcycle and scooter parking in the city. Key aspects of the Strategy are: No ...
Road Traffic Law "Q&A"
If trouble on the road finds you, you might need to find help. We fire a barrage of legal questions at a solicitor specialising in traffic law for answers that could one day save your licence.
Crashed? Been Injured?
The MCC of NSW works with a leading Injury Compensation Specialist Law firm, LHD Lawyers, to explain how CTP & LTCS work. Issues covered include: What is CTP & LTCS and how do they work? What are...