Credit card confusion catching Qlders out

New RACQ research has revealed just how little Queenslanders understand about credit cards, with more than a third of those surveyed admitting they had no basic knowledge of the fees they’re charged to swipe their plastic.

Tough times: community groups asking for help

RACQ Foundation has received a record number of applications for funding support from community groups across Queensland who were struggling to survive the impacts of COVID-19 and natural disasters.

Huge weekend for RACQ's Air Rescue Network

The first weekend of August proved busy for RACQ’s Air Rescue Network after dozens of Queenslanders were flown to medical treatment across the state by the fleet of helicopters.

Pedestrian fatalities soar in Queensland

RACQ has issued a warning to motorists to be extra vigilant when driving, after the number of pedestrian fatalities on Queensland’s roads increased by more than 125 percent compared to last year.

Young drivers warned: don't hit road underinsured

RACQ has urged young drivers to ensure they had the right cover to protect them, after new research by the insurer revealed 30 percent of Queenslanders between 18 and 25, didn’t know what their comprehensive car insurance covered them for.

Prices bounce back at the bowser in Toowoomba

RACQ has revealed the days of record cheap fuel were over, after the average price of unleaded petrol (ULP) in regional Queensland increased to 115.5 cents per litre (cpl) in June, 10.5cpl higher than last month.

760,000 reasons you should check your car today; RACQ

New data has revealed RACQ Roadside Patrols helped more than 760,000 stranded motorists in the past 12 months across Queensland, prompting the Club to urge drivers to take 30 minutes to give their car a new financial year check over.

Car vandalism hotspots revealed by RACQ

South east Queenslanders have been warned to take care of where they parked their vehicles after new RACQ data revealed the region was home to eight of the top 10 suburbs across the State for car vandalism.

Indigenous teens driving into their future

RACQ and Former Origin Greats (FOGs) have teamed up to assist Indigenous students gain valuable driving experience by donating a car to help them get a step closer to gaining their driver licence.

How to get your super back on track

With more than two million Australians registered to make an early withdrawal of $10,000 from their superannuation, RACQ has shared its top tips for regaining your retirement.

Beware of storm chasers lurking in CQ: RACQ

Months after a severe hailstorm ripped through parts of central Queensland, ‘storm chasers’ have continued to door-knock residents trying to coerce them into signing a contract they might later regret.