RACQ expected petrol prices to drop below one dollar per litre in Toowoomba in the coming weeks, as the fall in the price of global oil took effect at the bowser.
Commuters have been warned that only pre-paid go cards would be accepted on south east Queensland bus, train, CityCat, ferry and tram services from Wednesday 25 March, in a bid to limit the spread of coronavirus.
The State’s peak motoring body has warned drink drivers they would still be caught despite Queensland Police suspending large scale roadside breath and drug tests in a bid reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission.
The State’s peak motoring body has urged supervisors of learners to brush up on their driving skills, after new research found parents became better teachers after taking a lesson with an accredited driving instructor.
Coronavirus and global economic instability has resulted in the cheapest unleaded petrol (ULP) prices in Brisbane since February last year, with an average of 122 cents per litre (cpl), according to RACQ.