Toll roads, most often found in conurbations in the east of Australia, can be paid for using the e-TAG (Electronic Toll Collection) system. Some toll roads will still accept payment in cash, and short-term card options are available.
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New South Wales Fuel: Petrol and Diesel
All fuel stations sell diesel and unleaded petrol in 95 and 98 Octane. Many stock autogas/LPG (liquefied petroleum gas). Most fuel stations have automatic pumps for payment by credit card (some are card-operated only).
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Assess your own driving situation and distraction levels
Every time you get behind the wheel of a car you should assess your distraction levels. If your mind is still focused on problems at work, you're already cognitively distracted. If you're driving in heavy rain, you're visually distracted. In a perfect world, you would always focus 100 percent on driving, but unruly kids, bad weather, and important phone calls— even the driver in the car next to you— can distract you from the road. Be smart about your driving and keep your distractions to a minimum.
Hands-free Bluetooth® enabled devices, like headsets and built-in car kits, can help you keep your eyes on the road and your hands on the wheel, keeping you manually and visually focused. For a look at the many...
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