Don’t be an egg-head this Easter holidays: RACQ

The State’s peak motoring body has pleaded with Sunshine Coast motorists to drive safely this Easter long weekend, after it revealed RACQ’s Air Rescue Network had responded to an alarming number of car crashes already this year.

Drivers see red over Centenary Motorway

The State’s peak motoring body has called on the Palaszczuk Government to immediately progress urgent upgrades to the infamous Centenary Motorway after drivers named and shamed the stretch as one of the most congested in Queensland.

Wide Bay drivers see red over congested roads

Drivers fed up with traffic congestion have named and shamed more than 400 of Queensland’s worst roads for unnecessary delays with several roads in the Wide Bay-Burnett region receiving poor report cards.

The key to reducing your risk of car theft

RACQ has urged vehicle owners to get serious about protecting their car keys as the Club’s new research found 70 percent of Queenslanders admitted to storing their keys in easy to steal places including inside the vehicle.

RACQ prepares for busiest day of the year

Queensland parents have been urged to make sure their cars were ready for school drop off, as RACQ’s Roadside Assistance patrols prepared for one of the busiest days of the year.

Petrol prices soar in the south east

RACQ has warned drivers to fill up the tank or risk being gouged by fuel stations vying to make up for lost profits by returning prices to pre-COVID levels.

Parents breaking the bank on back to school costs

New RACQ Bank research has revealed the financial pressure parents faced when purchasing back to school supplies, with one third putting their kids’ school expenses on a credit card, and one quarter of parents admitting their children went without the most expensive items.

Hundreds of Qlders make costly fuel mistake

Queenslanders have been warned to pay attention at the bowser after it was revealed RACQ Roadside Assistance patrols rescued more than 600 drivers who had put the wrong fuel in their vehicles last year.

Find someone who treats you right this Valentine’s Day

Queenslanders have been urged to ‘find someone who treats them right’ this Valentine’s Day as new RACQ Bank data revealed bank account and mortgage holders were staying loyal to financial institutions for decades because of the perceived difficulty of switching.

Cheap fuel for regional Queensland in 2020

Drivers in most regional Queensland centres paid less at the pump in 2020 than those in the south east, as RACQ’s Annual Fuel Price Report revealed it was a tumultuous year in fuel.