The Courier-Mail

30 YEARS AGO

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THIRD-PARTY RISE CUT – BUT NOT FOR FAM­ILY CARS A week of public out­cry has brought a par­tial soft­en­ing of the State Gov­ern­ment’s third­party in­sur­ance blow. But the 50 per cent in­crease for pri­vately-owned cars will stand; their com­pul­sory third-party in­sur­ance premi­ums will go from $112 to $168. And premi­ums for pri­vately-used utes will in­crease even more than had been an­nounced last week. They will go up 52 per cent, from $60 to $91.

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