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19-06-19 MAG welcomes New DVSA videos to help learner drivers improve motorcyclist awareness

MAG has welcomed news of an initiative to help learner drivers be more aware of motorcycles on the road. A new set of training aids in the form of videos has been launched by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA). >

13-06-19 MAG refuses to back down on ULEZ

MAG has received a belated response from Transport for London following two formal letters to Mayor Sadiq Khan. Following a review of the response, MAG continues to press for greater clarity and common sense to be applied. >

22-05-19 MAG meets Secretary of State for Transport

Chris Grayling, Secretary of State for Transport, met the Motorcycle Action Group to discuss transport policy, the environment and the role of motorcycles in reducing emissions. >

29-04-19 MAG calls for suspension of ULEZ charges for motorcycles

MAG has formally requested a suspension of charges on motorcycles in the new London Ultra Low Emissions Zone (ULEZ) citing the flawed evidence used to justify the charge. >

25-04-19 MAG welcomes Highways England for Superbike outreach

MAG welcomes Highways England’s attendance at the British Superbike Championship in Silverstone. >

12-04-19 MAG slams TfL’s ‘guilty until proven innocent’ approach to ULEZ

MAG’s Director of Campaigns & Political Engagement, Colin Brown, has expressed outrage that motorcyclists in London are being treated as guilty until proven innocent by Transport for London (TfL) and London’s Mayor, Sadiq Khan. >

10-04-19 MAG brands industry standard emissions calculator unfit for purpose

Following repeated claims from Transport for London (TfL) that “individually, motorcycles can be highly polluting”, MAG has demanded that TfL produce evidence to back this claim. >

19-03-19 Open house event for potential new reps

This Saturday, 23rd March 2019, MAG Chair, Selina Lavender, is holding an open house event in a bid to attract new MAG Reps. >

28-02-19 MAG says: Keep Calm and Carry On

Reports were flying around parts of the press and social media yesterday of a new EU ruling meaning on-board restricting computers will be fitted to all new motorcycles to stop them speeding. The reports were not accurate >

26-02-19 MAG to contribute to Young Driver Focus conference

MAG is participating in a one-day event for road safety professionals to consider ways to reduce collisions and casualties among young, less experienced bikers. >

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