RACQ's top priorities to keep Brisbane moving

The State’s peak motoring body has released its election wish list for Greater Brisbane ahead of 31 October, putting major highway investment, active transport and rail projects at the top.

Don't let disaster strike twice: RACQ

RACQ has issued an urgent warning to members in south east Queensland impacted by the weekend’s devastating hailstorms to be on alert and not become victims of disaster chasers.

RACQ backs commitment for a second Bruce

RACQ has welcomed Labor’s $200 million promise to build an inland alternative to the Bruce Highway from Charters Towers to Mungindi if re-elected and called on other parties and the Federal Government to support the commitment.

Time to call out Queensland's worst roads

RACQ has called on motorists across Queensland to identify the State’s worst roads and help influence change by taking part in the Club’s Unroadworthy Roads Survey 2020.

Jobs created, lives saved: RACQ

RACQ has applauded the Federal Government’s budget cash splash of more than $2.6 billion for Queensland transport and road projects which would bust congestion, improve road safety and help the economy recover from COVID-19.

Drivers slugged by long weekend fuel hike

RACQ has warned drivers to do their homework before filling up for the long weekend or risk getting stung at the bowser, with unleaded prices varying by as much as 40 cents per litre (cpl) across the south east.

What you can do today to get storm ready

As the Bureau of Meteorology predicted a wild summer of weather with a 70 percent chance of a La Nina system forming, RACQ launched its Severe Weather Hub to help Queenslanders prepare.

Shocking number of drivers admit to speeding

More than 70 percent of Queensland drivers have admitted to speeding at least once in the last year, which has prompted a stern warning to holiday makers to slow down when they hit the road.

RACQ powers up Qld’s Electric Vehicle Superhighway

The State’s peak motoring body has joined forces with the Queensland Government and innovative energy company Yurika to switch on 13 new charging stations on the Queensland Electric Vehicle Superhighway (QESH).