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UNDERSTAND THE FOLLOWING BEFORE YOU SUBSCRIBE

  1. CARR subscription is only available to Australian residents.

  2. CARR cannot provide you with individual advice about your infringments and other issues or discuss your matters by phone. A CARR subscription will only provide important and informative emails. If you need proper legal advice about traffic infringements and legal matters, please consult a lawyer or other expert.

  3. All your submitted details must be accurate, ESPECIALLY YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS AND A VALID PHONE NUMBER, so that CARR can contact you if emails to you keep bouncing back. If this occurs and CARR cannot contact you by phone, your subscription will be terminated without notice. Your details will always remain completely confidential and will not be disclosed to anybody.

  4. If you use a spam filter or high security email inbox settings, please ensure that the CARR email address info@carr.org.au is whitelisted. If emails to you bounce back a number of times, your subscription will be cancelled without notice, as it is futile to send you material that you will not receive.

MOST IMPORTANT - FROM THE WEBMASTER

Before you think of applying to be a CARR subscriber, you need to be aware of my position on certain things and whether you wish to proceed. CARR occasionally sends out opinion pieces that may have little or nothing to do with motoring issues. Some of those emails can be very abrasive and very politically incorrect.

For example, in January 2016, CARR sent out an opinion piece about Australia Post and its disgraceful reduction of postal service, while at the same time hugely increasing the price of stamps. I criticised Ahmed Fahour the CEO of Australia Post and the fact that he donated his obscenely high bonus - around $2 million - to an Islamic museum run by his family and relatives.

For that, I received complaints from Muslims who objected to my criticism and other comments I made in regard to Islam and Muslims. A couple of subscribers who were obviously Muslims immediately unsubscribed, however at the same time, I was flooded with emails supporting my views, so I felt vindicated.

CARR is owned and operated by me and although CARR is a community motoring organisation that serves motorists in the public interest, it is my right to express any opinions that I see fit. It is also entirely my choice as to whom I accept or reject as CARR subscribers and there is nothing that will force me to deal with somebody with whom I do not wish to associate. My decisions are final and there is no appeal against them.

I make no apology for my position on any subject, even if it offends people of certain religious, racial and ethnic persuasions. I confess to being very politically incorrect, however I always try to base my views and opinions on fact.

I am vehemently anti-racist, but I confess to being a bigot when it comes to people of certain religious followings, especially those who follow a doctrine that involves beheadings, stonings, amputations, female genital mutilation, execution for homosexuality, terrorism and other vile practices. Criticising that doctrine and its followers is not racist, as Islam is not a race, never has been a race and never will be a race.

So if you are politically correct and easily offended or you are a member of the so-called Religion Of Peace that is anything but that, I advise you not to apply to subscribe or even visit the CARR website. If you do not like my policies, you are welcome to complain to an anti-discrimination tribunal, but it won't get you anywhere.

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