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"For the record" allows the community to read about the views of the TAC on current issues.

 

For the record - More unsolicited calls relating to TAC claims - 23 Feb 2016

The TAC is advising all clients and the general public to be wary of unsolicited phone calls relating to TAC claims.Over the last few weeks, the TAC has become aware of a number of unsolicited calls from people attempting to seek personal information (including credit card details) about TAC clients


For the record - Staff driving infringements - 22 Jan 2016

Any driving that breaches the road rules is totally unacceptable and has the potential to result in road trauma.The TAC demands high standards of driving from the hundreds of staff members who use its fleet vehicles and is extremely disappointed that infringements have occurred.TAC employees should understand the dangers associated


For the record - Unsolicited phone calls relating to TAC claims - 08 Jul 2015

The TAC is advising all clients and the general public to be wary of unsolicited phone calls relating to TAC claims.In recent weeks, the TAC has become aware of a number of unsolicited calls from people attempting to seek personal information and details about TAC clients and their claims.The callers


For the record - Can an injured cyclist claim benefits and support from the TAC after an accident? - 10 Mar 2015

Put very simply, cyclists do not pay a TAC premium and therefore they aren't covered unless certain specific criteria spelt out in the Transport Accident Act are met.For example, the Act clearly identifies that a cyclist will be covered only if the accident that resulted in their injuries was the


For the record - Speed limits and hoon laws save lives - Minister for Roads and Road Safety Luke Donnellan - 06 Feb 2015

It's disappointing to see a prominent Australian such as Senator David Leyonhjelm (Herald Sun Opinion 5 February) attempt to argue that speeding and hooning are somehow acceptable. Speed limits are part of an overall system that aspires to the target of zero deaths on our roads. The vast majority of