RACQ has joined the Queensland Police Service in pleading with drivers to take immediate action to stop the carnage on our roads, after a staggering 50 lives were lost in crashes so far this year.
RACQ has expressed concerned and disappointment one of the world’s most popular car makers had scored the first zero ANCAP safety rating due to a lack of safety features in one of its popular commercial van models.
Residents in coastal towns of far north Queensland have been urged to locate their emergency kit and sure up their emergency plan as a tropical low east of Innisfail looked likely to intensify into a cyclone on Tuesday.
Queenslanders have been warned to exercise caution when following financial advice from uncertain sources as new RACQ Bank data revealed people were significantly more likely to approach family and friends for information on finances than financial advisers or banks.
RACQ has warned motorists in Toowoomba to shop around and only fill up the tank where they found cheap fuel, as half the town’s service stations hiked prices to 159.9 cents per litre (cpl) for unleaded petrol (ULP).
RACQ has rallied behind by the Federal Government to urge motorists to belt-up, slow down and pay attention while driving but also called for a sustained, increased investment in roads and incentives to improve safety.
The State's peak motoring body has echoed calls by Queensland Police for drivers to slow down and obey the road rules to prevent more road tragedies after 33 people were killed on the State’s roads so far this year.
With just weeks until runners and walkers hit the pavement for the RACQ International Women’s Day Fun Run, the Club has thanked its members for their ongoing support in helping Mater Foundation to progress vital research and support women with breast cancer.
Queenslanders have been warned to pay attention at the bowser after it was revealed RACQ Roadside Assistance patrols rescued more than 600 drivers who had put the wrong fuel in their vehicles last year.
The State’s peak motoring body said it was disappointed in the more than 24,000 drivers caught running red lights across Queensland last year who risked the lives of all road users by failing to stop.
Queenslanders have been urged to ‘find someone who treats them right’ this Valentine’s Day as new RACQ Bank data revealed bank account and mortgage holders were staying loyal to financial institutions for decades because of the perceived difficulty of switching.