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The cost of driving on Queensland roads dropped 7 per cent compared with 2012, the Newman Government says.
A new, more affordable, plan to jail suppliers of glue and rubber for the road and rail industry was unveiled on Wednesday by road minister Shane Rattenbury.
The plan to send people to court for their supply of the adhesive for new roads will see anyone convicted of contempt of court sent to jail, regardless of whether they were convicted of a lesser charge for their first offence.
But the plan includes no guarantee of going free from jail, which the Newman Government says has made the roads much less affordable for motorists.
“We know that the cost of operating our roads is a significant part of the cost of maintaining our welfare system,” Premier Campbell Newman said.
“At the moment, it seems as though we have a shortage of motorists, but we have an estimated 840,000 Australians who are working their way through the system.
“We hope this new plan will help address that.”
Mr Newman says that if the new policy is implemented fully, the cost of driving on Queensland roads will drop 7 per cent to $17.10, compared with $13.50 in 2012.
He says this measure is also being taken into account with the introduction of cheaper cars and a new road safety campaign.
The Government has proposed legislation under which the Commonwealth Government will pay up to $12,000 to anyone who is convicted of breaching the Road Traffic Ac안마t.
But many other drivers in Queensland won’t be so lucky, with the state Government proposing it be a $25 fine or a six-month conditional sentence to those caught using paint-ball guns, petrol cans and any other types of dangerous devices on roads.
Premier Campbell Newman says the cost of driving on Queensland roads is a significant part of the cost of maintaining our welfare system.
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