News 16 Dec 2016

Motorcycling Australia announces licence fee increase

Prices will rise across the board ahead of 2017 season.

Image: Keith Muir.

Image: Keith Muir.

Motorcycling Australia (MA) has announced a price increase on its licence fees for 2017, ensuring ‘comprehensive and up-to-date insurance cover’ for the sport and riders next year.

According to a statement from the national governing body, the increase will bolster junior programs, sporting facilities, coaching, training and vast administration requirements.

The rise comes in line with the Australian insurance industry and Consumer Price Index (CPI), with the largest component of the MA license fee going toward insurance coverage via Motorcycling Australia Insurance Limited (MAIL).

MAIL is a wholly-owned insurance company that covers licence holders for personal accident, public and products liability insurance at MA-permitted activities and events. The remainder of licence fees are split between MA and the state controlling bodies. Further information can be found at this link.

Category – Total cost (Increase):
Senior National – $320.00 ($20.00)
Junior National – $295.00 ($20.00)
Senior Restricted National – $235.00 ($25.00)
Junior Restricted National – $140.00 ($25.00)
Mini – $130.00 ($25.00)
Entrant – $200.00 ($50.00)
Recreational Licence 1 – $130.00 ($25.00)
Recreational Licence 2 – $115.00 ($25.00)
Recreational Licence 3 – $100.00 ($28.00)
Recreational Licence 4 – $85.00 ($25.00)
One Event Competition – $90.00 ($30.00)
One Event Recreational – $30.00 ($5.00)
One Event National – $90.00 ($10.00)

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