Korean brand SsanYong has secured its first five star rating from vehicle safety authority Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP), after the new Korando mid-size SUV met the most stringent criteria.
The State’s peak motoring body has released alarming new figures on the first day of Queensland Road Safety Week which show the growing number of drivers willing to risk their lives for a text message.
The fifth RACQ Foundation Drought Assistance Project took us to the tiny south west Queensland town of Morven. Our RACQ volunteers visited 14 properties, serviced and repaired 70 vehicles, installed eight kilometres of fencing and much more. While our physical work was appreciated, it was our company that meant most to the graziers we met.
RACQ has echoed calls for Queensland drivers to be more courteous on Queensland roads after new data revealed around one third of car crash injury compensation claims were related to rear-end crashes.
He travels thousands of kilometres each year across Queensland meeting with members, greeting them in their time of need and representing all RACQ stands for. We’re proud to be full of incredible people.
In a bid to raise awareness about the need for Queenslanders to donate blood, RACQ has today cut the ‘A’ from its logo and joined the Australian Red Cross Blood Service in promoting its Missing Type campaign.
As new images of Brisbane Metro were released today, RACQ urged Brisbane City Council and the State Government to ensure motorists weren’t disadvantaged by any plans to remove commuter traffic from the Victoria Bridge.