Nearly half of all electric scooter riders are breaking the law.
Driving without a shirt could land you a hefty fine.
Follow RACQ Living's handy guide before buying another set of wheels.
A world-first road safety campaign is using neuroscience to help Queenslanders to stop speeding.
Creating safer Queensland roads for all vehicles.
New invention aims at making motorcycling safer.
Research shows stereotypes of masculinity contribute to the Queensland road toll.
Top tips to help supervise learner drivers.
Who else could you hurt when you drive distracted.
Alarming statistics show Queensland's youngest drivers are at risk.
Check your vehicle before it’s too late.
A new study has revealed what drivers are willing to do to prevent distracted driving.
Bad tyres lead to accidents, while good tyres keep you safer on the road.
Take care when using a satellite navigation system.
RACQ joins the FIA's international campaign for road safety.
Lead the way: drive so others survive.
Plan ahead for the Easter long weekend and don’t fall for these common car battery myths.
If you don’t know, don’t go.
Selecting the right Roadside cover to suit your lifestyle.
An alarming number of children die in car crashes on Australian roads every year.
Australia's 2018 road toll revealed.
Be a courteous driver and leave a two second gap.
It is estimated that around 25% of road crashes are a result of driver distraction.
Despite the warnings, Queenslanders continue to drink and drive.
There might be more to your classic car than meets the eye.
You’ll never guess how many motorists were fined in 2017.
TRU to the rescue
You don't need a license to save lives.
How will we drive and own cars in the future?
Different rules apply in each state regarding driver responsibility when in the path of oncoming emergency vehicles.
The internet is awash with dash camera footage of accidents, road rage and stupid behaviour on the road.
Here are some tips for when you find yourself stuck in a rut.
With three tolled tunnels in Brisbane alone, it’s important to know how to drive safely while underground.
One in five Queensland drivers pulled over for roadside drug testing are returning positive results for illicit substances.
Queensland ambulances are the first in the country to implement child safety seats.
Last year, almost 250 people died on Queensland roads. RACQ head of public policy, Dr Rebecca Michael, is just one of many asking why.
Avoid a potentially-deadly mistake this summer and don’t leave your kids in the car.
ANCAP safety ratings for three new market entrants highlight the important role of independent safety testing.
They’re cheaper to own, easy to manoeuvre and a breeze to park, but Queenslander’s love of motorcycles has turned dangerous.