For years, riders in Quebec have faced discrimination from government, along with ridiculous government fees. Now, some are hoping to fight back.
The riders behind this web site are particularly incensed over a provincial government bill that they claim will allow Quebec’s SAAQ Crown corporation to raise registration fees without any limits. Obviously this affects all vehicles, but motorcyclists in particular are very concerned about this move, and with good reason, judging by the province’s history.
To combat this move, the web site owners have initiated a lawsuit against the SAAQ, with Julius Grey representing them. They’re hoping to turn this into a class-action law suit, which means the Quebec government will pay for its costs.
If you want to sign on for the fight, you can join them by visiting their website here.