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On 30 May 2017, the NSW State Government announced it would defer the introduction of the Fire and Emergency Services Levy on council rates (therefore deferring the removal of the ESL from insurance premiums).
Box Rallies is excited to announce Bingle as a major sponsor of Shitbox Rally 2017. The leading car insurer will also support the rally with free third-party property damage insurance.
For the first time, renters will have access to financial protection, ensuring they won’t be out of pocket or potentially homeless should their landlords force them to move properties.
Four million Australian motorists are gambling with their safety by skimping on car servicing and repairs, according to new research from online insurer, Bingle.
Petrol has emerged as the unlikely hero of Australian motorists, driving down the cost of keeping their cars on the roads, according to the latest Bingle Cost of Motoring Index¹.
Australian motorists are significantly underestimating how much they’re spending on tolls, paying almost double what they think they’re spending, according to the research from Bingle.
Victorian drivers are facing an uphill battle when it comes to controlling motoring costs, pouring a collective $20 billion into keeping their cars running on the roads, according to the 2014 Bingle Cost of Motoring Index.
Australian drivers are facing an uphill battle when it comes to controlling motoring costs, pouring a collective $63 billion into keeping their cars running on the roads, according to the 2014 Bingle Cost of Motoring Index.
Motorists are resorting to alternative measures to relieve the price pressures faced at petrol pumps across the country, thanks to continuing record high fuel costs.
Victoria’s car servicing and maintenance bill is among the highest in Australia, thanks to an increasing appetite for ‘car bling’.
NSW is bucking the trend of cautionary consumer spending with drivers shelling out close to half a billion dollars on “car bling”, while cutting back on car servicing.
Queensland is one of the most cost-effective states for car servicing and maintenance expenses, despite the state’s drivers spending billions of dollars on their cars.
The Richmond Football Club is proud to announce Bingle will remain the Club’s joint major sponsor for the next three years.
NSW drivers have racked up $332 million in fines over the past year, thanks in large part to speeding and parking infringements.
Victorian drivers continue to push the limits on the roads, forking out an extra $22 million in fines compared to last year.
Petrol cost pressures are forcing 70 per cent1 of Queensland drivers to keep a vigilant eye on the price cycle, with the hopes of hitting the service station at the right time to save.
The Bingle Cost of Motoring Index has found parking costs are bleeding Victorian (VIC) motorists’ dry, to the tune of $368 million a year, almost $70m more in than New South Wales ($300m), and well over twice as much as Queensland ($162m).
The cost of motoring, simply keeping your car running each year, costs the 10.6 million motorists on Australia’s east coast about $57.3 billion.
Despite copping more than an estimated $14m in fines last year, one-in-five Victorian motorists admit1 to receiving a phone call or a text message (21 percent) while driving.
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