Border lockdown: Entry pass now available

Motorists who lived on the Tweed border who needed access into Queensland for an ‘essential need’ must apply for an entry pass with the border officially closed, according to RACQ.

Go cards only on buses and ferries

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.

Support our critical lifelines: RACQ

The coronavirus has put serious strain on the State’s community rescue helicopter network, with annual fundraising drives postponed or cancelled due to social distancing restrictions.

Transport cost relief needed now: RACQ

RACQ has called on the State Government to take urgent action to ease the burden of transport costs on households as many Queenslanders face financial hardship due to the impact of coronavirus.

Keep transport on track: RACQ

RACQ has supported Translink and Brisbane City Council’s decision to keep buses, trains and CityCats running to normal timetables despite the Coronavirus pandemic.

Qld's most congested roads revealed

The Pacific Motorway has been crowned the State’s most congested road for the third consecutive time, according to an RACQ survey of Queensland drivers.

RACQ slams excessive price hike

RACQ has called out fuel companies price gouging after unleaded prices in south east Queensland started hiking well above what was expected.

RBT suspension wont stop drunk drivers getting caught

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.

Parents urged to take up driving lessons

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.

We're here for you Queensland: RACQ

As Queensland continued to be impacted by severe weather, the COVID-19 health crisis and tough economic times, the State’s largest Club has urged its members to get in touch if they need help.

North Qld urged to prepare now for cyclone

As a tropical low was set to dump 500mm on the far north before it would likely turn into a cyclone later this week, RACQ has urged residents to start preparing their properties now.

Safety warning for Uber Pet users

RACQ has reminded pet owners keen to use the new Uber Pets ridesharing feature about the importance of properly restraining animals in a car.

RACQ thanks Qld for raising more than $1m

On Sunday, 15,000 runners, joggers and walkers pounded the pavement at the RACQ International Women’s Day Fun Run to raise more than $1 million for women with breast cancer.

Wide Bay rewarded at the bowser

Wide Bay drivers have cause to celebrate, with Maryborough and Bundaberg named as some of the cheapest places in Queensland to fill the tank last month, according to the RACQ.

Global oil prices plummet keeping fuel prices low

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.

Most common time for crashes revealed: RACQ

RACQ has warned motorists to take extra care on the roads today after new data revealed drivers were more likely to have a car crash on Fridays than on any other day of the week.

Car seat recalled after crash test fail

A child seat RACQ called out after it catastrophically failed a safety test by the Child Restraint Evaluation Program (CREP) has been voluntarily recalled by its manufacturer.