Moggill drivers will pay up to $600 a year for car registration
after Labor voted to keep the unfair increase during a vote in Parliament.
The LNP moved a disallowance motion to stop the 3.5 per cent
increase to car registration and tonight Labor has voted it down choosing to
unfairly slug motorists.
Member for Moggill, Dr Rowan said “the Palaszczuk Labor Government
has let his constituents down”.
“I know how tough it is for families in my electorate of Moggill
trying to pay the bills due to the rising cost of living,” Dr Rowan said.
“While every single LNP Member voted to stop this unfair increase
to car registration, every single Labor Member voted for it.
“Every single Labor MP should be ashamed of themselves.”
Dr Rowan said the Palaszczuk Government’s lack of a plan has seen a direct hit to the pockets of motorists.
“Labor is struggling to manage the budget and is using motorists as cash cows as they continue to make it up as they go,” he said.
“At a time when unemployment was up, jobs were scarce and families were struggling to pay their bills, Queenslanders deserved better.
“When the LNP came into Government we worked
hard to keep costs as low as possible by freezing family car registration for
Contact: Dr Christian Rowan MP Phone: 37374110