Our Clips solve a problem Australia wide.
The proof in NSW is that Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) placed a large order before manufacturing for the retail market even began. And they've ordered more since.
If you have a surround on your number plates, there's usually no need to take them off. Just lift the surround slightly away from the number plate and push the clip firmly onto the number plate. Then simply attach your L or P plate.
Look at the damage some other methods of attaching a plate can cause.
If you care about your car, we recommend you use a clip.
The photos on the left are of the same car. The old magnetic plates look as though they have melted and left this residue on the car. In the photo on the right you can see how the double sided tape used to hold the P plates on will be very difficult to remove.
Stats tell us how dangerous the early years of driving are, so here are a few tips from the NRMA Safer Driving School that can help you get through.
The live hinge
Have a look at a live hinge and see why we included it as an important part of the engineering design of the clips.
We've also provided some info on the type of plastic we've used, for its recyclable qualities, as well as its strength.
U-Turn the Wheel. A series of road safety and awareness workshops aimed at young beginning and developing drivers. Run by the local Rotary Clubs within each district. The workshops are provided at "NO COST" to the participant.
Youthsafe. We believe that the high rate of serious injury amongst young people aged 15-25 years is unacceptable. Many of these injuries are preventable and we are committed to making a difference to youth injury in NSW.
A website that has info on everything you need to know to get and keep your licence.
How safe is your car? Find the safest car by category or search for your car and check out its rating.
What are some of the risks of driving solo.? Going Solo is a FREE resource for parents of P-plate drivers.
For an online database of crashes in Australia see the Australian Transport Safety Bureau at www.atsb.gov.au
In NSW speeding is a contributing factor in 40 per cent of fatal crashes involving
The P drivers project. This project is one of the largest and most complex scientific research studies undertaken in the area of driver education in the world.