State Adventurous Activity – Motoring in Scouts


As a new Adventurous Activity, ‘Motoring’ in Scouts is pleased to announce the first official AA Motoring activity.

Many adult Scouters have been towing various box trailers, canoe trailers or the like for a long time however, a lot of Scouters have not and tend to leave it to others. This is often because they simply haven’t had the chance to learn and don’t feel confident. If you have ever wanted to tow but haven’t had the confidence, this is a great opportunity for you to learn in a controlled environment all the ins & outs of towing a trailer or caravan.

AA Motoring offer the following for all licenced scouting members including adult leaders, adult helpers and Group Committee Members;

A one-day course to be held at Nirimba TAFE in Quakers Hill on Sunday the 31st of July commencing at 9:00am and finishing around 3:00pm.

The Total cost will be $285 per person which includes a sausage sizzle lunch and cold bottled water provided throughout the day. (Please advise if you have any special dietary needs).

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN: Common towing failures, drivers’ responsibility, towing equipment, vehicle checks, load security, load balancing, driver care while towing, fit for purpose vehicle, reversing and manoeuvring.


  1. A tow vehicle & trailer/van (preferable what you normally tow) – if you don’t have your own, borrow one of your group trailers.
  2. A current & valid driver’s licence
  3. The will to learn

This is a commercially operated course run by ‘Steer Safely’ and arranged exclusively on this day for Scouting members. Spectators will not be permitted.

This activity is limited to sixteen participants so get in early if you don’t want to miss out.

If you have any queries, please contact State Leader Motoring – Paul (Chippy) McIntyre by email [email protected]