via the MCC list. NSW Greenslip quotes WANTED A Greenslips Committee is being formed under MCC of NSW to address CTP issues. This committee neeeds support and a little help from all riders. Have you received a renewal notice from your last year's insurer for CTP? No doubt you are shocked and puzzled and were motivated to go chasing a better price. Games being played with your money. Also, the LTCS increase is being used to improperly justify massive increases in CTP premiums for motorcycles. We need a lot of greenslip quotes so we can illustrate the "pattern of behaviour" by insurance companies. We need lots of quotes - the ones that got sent to you through the mail when rego was due. We need examples from all companies. Please fax your greenslip quote to 02 9817 1081 These will be used for a presentation to Parliament and will go on the Parliamentry record. If you're scared of complaining, bend over and pay up, but don't whinge about it and don't get in the way. We firstly need to determine the scope of the problem - so a few hundred are needed. If you want to stand up with other riders and complain properly and formally, fax your greenslip to 9817 1081 Round up your club members and mates and ask them to do the same thing---- FAX your greenslip to 9817 1081 Don't just whinge about it. Do this. The "Lifetime Care and Support" portion of the levies is, according to Hansard records of Parliament and the published papers from the MAA, meant to be a $20 average increase in Greenslip prices for all vehicles. Within previous Greenslips were a few small levies for Hospitals and Ambulances, but these were included in the Premium and not itemised. The new LTCS portion is now included on your Greenslip within the "MCIS Levies" portion itemised on your Greenslip, added to the now separated Ambulance and Hospital levy on each policy. The total MCIS levies "should" be around $50-$60 for these Statutory amounts. Many motorcycle riders have noticed that the MCIS levies have been put at anywhere from $100 to $250. This is not right. We need copies of these from real people. (smudge out your rego number if you like, but we need real people and bike type along with pricing detail) Guy MCC of NSW  postoffices will fax it for a couple of bucks if you can't find a fax elsewhere. Faxes have a clearer audit trail than email, so fax is the go.