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Hoon clocked at 120km/h in school zone
RACQ has renewed calls for motorists to slow down around schools, after reports a driver clocked 80km/h over the speed limit in a Mackay school zone.
Don’t be slack with your jack: 8 tips to raise your car safely
The weekend can be the perfect time to take care of some maintenance on the car, but you need to make sure you take proper safety precautions.
Solar empowered: Driver habits changed by speed signs
Lead-foot drivers in Brisbane are pushing the limits, with new data revealing some motorists have been nabbed going more than 70 percent above the limit.
GC locals urged to plan now for Comm Games
Organisers are already starting to educate Gold Coast locals about the need to forward plan their travel to and from their homes during next year’s Commonwealth Games.
RACQ joins fight against scammers targeting cyclone and flood victims
RACQ has joined the Insurance Council of Australia (ICA) in warning Queenslanders to be on the lookout for scammers taking advantage of cyclone and flood victims.
RACQ Foundation here to help
The RACQ Foundation was established in the wake of the 2011 floods to help Queenslanders affected by natural disasters.
Driveway run overs can turn holidays into tradegies
RACQ has urged parents to be vigilant around driveways during the school holidays, with three Queensland children hit on average each week in low-speed vehicle run overs.
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A walk in their shoes... what it's like to be a drought-stricken farmer
I was lucky enough to team up with a group of RACQ Foundation volunteers last week, helping farmers affected by drought. On our way out to Longreach, I..