A growing number of Queensland drivers are using apps and websites to get cheaper deals at the bowser, prompting RACQ to push the State Government to permanently adopt the transparent fuel price reporting scheme.
Thousands of Queenslanders will receive an invitation this week inviting them to participate in Queensland’s first Citizens’ Jury to consider the State’s Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance scheme.
More than one third of Queenslanders have admitted to feeding their pets potentially toxic Christmas leftovers, with roast meat and potatoes topping the list of most popular foods that end up in the dog bowl.
With thousands of Queenslanders hitting the roads over the festive season, RACQ has revealed it attended nearly 18,000 calls for assistance last Christmas, fixing flat batteries and tyres and unlocking cars during the holiday season.
With almost 10,000 claims lodged for water damage to homes insured by RACQ in the past three years, the Club has issued a warning to Queenslanders to turn off their water main before they set off on Christmas holidays.