The content on this website is provided by the Motor Accidents Authority of New South Wales (the Authority). It is subject to copyright under the Copyright Act 1968 and is vested in the Authority. The Authority encourages the availability, dissemination and exchange of public information. You may copy, distribute, display, download and otherwise freely use the material for any purpose on the condition that you include the copyright notice “© Motor Accidents Authority NSW” on all uses.
However, you must obtain permission from the Authority if you wish to:
- charge others for access to the work (other than at cost)
- include all or part of the work in advertising or a product for sale, or
- modify the work.
To obtain such permission, please contact
Ms Boh Yeng
Motor Accidents Authority of New South Wales
Level 25, George Street, Sydney NSW 2000 or DX 1517 Sydney
P: 1300 137 131, F: 1300 137 707
You may use the material on other websites, but if you publish an entire document or publication, we request that you link to the Authority’s website to ensure the latest version is available.
This copyright statement does not extend to any third party works appearing in the materials.
The Authority is committed to the public availability, dissemination and exchange of information. To that end, the Authority’s website enables you to quickly and easily access information about its activities.
The Authority’s site contains a number of links to third party sites. While the purpose of these links is to offer the user access to further information on topics relevant to the site, the Authority does not necessarily support the views, opinions, standards or information which appear at any linked sites. You should also not interpret the absence of a link from the Authority to any other site as a criticism or comment by the Authority on the provider or content of that site. Despite the efforts of the Authority to review and assess the suitability of the linked sites, some material that appears on those sites may cause offence or upset to some visitors. If you are offended or upset by any material that appears on a website, you are entitled to lodge a complaint with the Australian Communications & Media Authority (ACMA), who will then investigate the complaint and take such action as it thinks fit. If you would like to know more about the ACMA's role in regulating Australian internet content, you can visit its website at www.acma.gov.au
The Authority cannot warrant and does not represent that the material that appears at the Authority’s site or any linked sites is complete, current, reliable and/or free from error. The Authority cannot accept any responsibility or liability for any loss, damage, cost or expense you might incur from the use of or reliance on the materials which appear at this or any linked sites. Visitors to the website will be responsible for making their own assessment of the material and should verify all relevant representations, statements and information with their own professional advisers.
The internet is not a secure medium and communications to and from the website may be intercepted or altered in transit. The Authority does not warrant or represent that this website or any linked sites, are free from anything which may damage any computer used to access the site. You should also be aware that the providers of linked sites will often have their own protocols and standards in relation to their sites and the information which appears on them.
Credible internet sites have permission to link to pages within the Authority’s website. Please observe the following conditions:
- Links must be presented in a way which fairly represents our role and our site. They must not embarrass us.
- The context in which you insert the link must not give your visitors the impression that your site, or your company, is sponsored or endorsed by us.
- The context of the link must not suggest that we have created any of your content, that is, the source material must be clear, and acknowledgement of the website clearly provided.
- You must never reproduce any logos of the Authority appearing on the website without the express approval of the Authority.
The Authority also provides links to other websites. In general, the Authority will only provide links to other government websites, and websites of national and international bodies or organisations containing credible information on similar issues as those contained within our website. The Authority does not provide links to commercial websites.