RACQ has urged Queenslanders not to ignore any health issues after the State Government announced senior drivers would not have to renew medical certificates to meet licencing requirements, in a bid to risk exposure to coronavirus.
As Queensland prepared for a very different Easter, staying at home, RACQ encouraged drivers to use their time wisely and ensure their cars were in tip top shape for when it comes time to hit the road again.
As Queenslanders deal with the health and economic impacts of coronavirus, RACQ’s new Group CEO David Carter is reassuring the Club’s 1.8 million members RACQ is here to help them through the pandemic.
RACQ has issued an urgent warning to Queenslanders not to travel this long weekend unless it was essential after Queensland Police promised a statewide crackdown on people who were not following social distancing rules.
Commuters have been warned that only pre-paid go cards would be accepted on south east Queensland bus, train, CityCat, ferry and tram services from Wednesday 25 March, in a bid to limit the spread of coronavirus.
The State’s peak motoring body has warned drink drivers they would still be caught despite Queensland Police suspending large scale roadside breath and drug tests in a bid reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission.