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Free Legal Services for members

Bike SA has negotiated a wide range of benefits for financial members with leading South Australian law firm, Andersons (Adelaide), and Oliver Portway (Tanunda). Andersons Solicitors offer Bicycle SA members the following benefits:

  • Free first interview for financial members for all legal services offered by Andersons Solicitors.
  • 10% discount on a range of legal services including motor vehicle accidents, Wills & Estates, Family Law and more.
  • free first interview and 10% discount from Andersons Solicitors on any legal matter
  • Free Simple Wills for all financial members.
  • No-Win, No-Fee option for claims in relation to damages for injuries suffered as a result of motor vehicle accidents, medical negligence, catastrophic injuries, professional negligence and public liability claims in accordance with Andersons Solicitors terms of acting. Conditions apply.

You can download the Andersons Solicitors member benefits brochure here and you can also find some important information from Andersons on motor vehicle accidents here.

Call (08) 8168 9999 and we will be happy to help you out.

Bike riders vs potholes

We are frequently asked questions from cyclists who have suffered damage either to their bike or themselves after coming to grief on a pot hole in the road or on some other defect on a footpath or road surface. More

Bike racks on motor vehicles

If you have a bicycle rack attached to your car, you need to ensure that the number plate of the vehicle is not obstructed. In order to ensure this you may need to...More

What vehicles can use a bike lane

Many riders are simply not aware of the rules and regulations that apply to them when riding a scooter or moped bicycle in a bicycle lane...More

Can I park in a bike lane?

Simply put, no. Motor vehicles are only permitted in bicycle lanes when...More

How does the new motor vehicle accident legislation affect bike riders?

Over the past nine to twelve months the Government of South Australia has evidenced its intention to significantly amend the compensation system as it applies to the victims of motor vehicle accidents. A new system came into effect from 1 July 2013...More

Cyclists, footpaths and shared paths

Many bike riders are simply not aware of the rules and regulations that apply to them when riding a bike on a footpath or shared path. The law allows you to ride your bike on a footpath and across pedestrian crossings if...More

How are cyclists faring with the new motor accident compensation scheme?

In July 2013, changes to the system of compensation for motor vehicle accidents were introduced in South Australia. These changes have had a profound impact on what compensation you can receive if you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident. Now we're coming up to 12 months into the scheme, we thought it worthwhile sharing our views with you again...More

When do I need to update my Will?

When a person dies they usually leave behind a Will that specifies what is to happen to their assets upon their death and who are executors - the person (or people) whose role it is to secure and distribute assets of the deceased and ensure the terms of the Will are carried out lawfully...more

Motor vehicle accidents - for those injured in accidents before 1 July 2013

From 1 July 2013, new legislation came into effect in South Australia, regarding compensation as a result of injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident. There are now significant differences between the Compulsory Third Party ("CTP") insurance schemes for entitlements to compensation as a result of injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident before 1 July 2013 as opposed to accidents after 30 June 2013...More

Motor vehicle accidents - for those injured in accidents after 30 June 2013

From 1 July 2013, new legislation came into effect in South Australia, regarding compensation as a result of injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident. There are now significant differences between the Compulsory Third Party ("CTP") insurance schemes for entitlements to compensation as a result of injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident before 1 July 2013 as opposed to accidents after 30 June 2013. The FAQ below is a guide about your rights and entitlements...More

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Insurance Cover

Whether you're riding for recreation, health, commuting to work or even if you are out on a training ride, Bike SA membership covers you 24 hours a day, seven days a week anywhere in Australia and New Zealand.

Members receive a range of insurance benefits (excluding excess rates):

  • Third Party Liability: $20,000,000
  • Capital Benefits: Up to $100,000
  • Loss of Income: Up to $1,000 per week for 52 weeks
  • Medical Expenses: up to $7,500
  • Plus a list of extensive additional benefits
  • Please note: Insurers are prohibited by law (Section 126 Health Insurance Act) to make any payments for any service for which Medicare also makes any payment. *The above fees are included in Bike SA's standard membership

    Download full summary of insurance benefits for Bicycle SA members

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