RACQ welcomed today’s Parliamentary Committee investigation into claim farming, a practice it said was a scourge on Queensland’s Compulsory Third Party (CTP) scheme with crooked lawyers and organised crime driving thousands of unnecessary claims, pushing up the costs for drivers.
State-of-the-art voice activation technology was set to revolutionise the way RACQ members found the cheapest fuel in their suburb and received the latest updates on road conditions and traffic changes.
As much of Queensland continued to suffer through extreme drought, RACQ Foundation has launched a new approach to funding drought relief programs to better support local communities and help get them back on their feet.
RACQ Bank has announced flood affected customers in north Queensland could defer mortgage repayments on their home loans over the next few months, which would be a relief for homeowners in the wake of the devastating natural disaster.
Queensland’s largest Club has announced it would continue to expand its footprint outside State borders, and would offer pet insurance nationally following its successful move into the West Australian market last year.
As part of RACQ Foundation’s continued commitment to helping drought-affected Queensland communities, 12 RACQ staff volunteers will head to Morven in south west Queensland this month for the fifth RACQ Drought Assistance Project.
RACQ has applauded the Federal Government’s announcement it would level the playing field for customer-owned and mutual organisations in the financial services sector by allowing them greater freedom to access capital.
As unleaded petrol (ULP) prices reached all-time highs in the south east, RACQ has revealed its members had enjoyed more than $5 million in fuel discounts thanks to the Club’s agreement with PUMA service stations.
RACQ’s latest Home Plus bundle is set to change the way Queenslanders managed their household budget, with the Club for the first time offering a complete banking, insurance and assistance package to home owners.
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.