Every year around 1,200 motorists and motorcyclists are killed on Australia's roads. The highest percentage of these deaths are the young and inexperienced.
AMA Charity was established in 2020 with a Vision of enhancing road safety for Australians, through 'off road' driving and riding experience.
The principal aim of the AMA is to give young people the opportunity to learn ‘off road’ driving and riding skills and knowledge long before they get ‘on road’.
The benefit of this aim is for young people to acquire advanced driving and riding techniques, which can not be taught by any other means.
AMA Charity was formed to help raise funds to finance and implement:
suitable training facilities across Australia to achieve the aims
motorcycles and automobiles for use in educational activities
licensed and accredited driver and rider trainers to deliver our programs.
We do this by:
providing life saving driving and riding skills and knowledge opportunities, across Australia in both urban and remote areas
financially supporting young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to undertake 'off road' driver and rider programs.
Such activities are at the very core of our charter: drive safe, ride safe.
AMA Charity also financially supports:
driver and rider education programs and activities that enhance the existing skills and knowledge of drivers and riders.