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.

Mt Isa misses out on savings, as fuel prices plunge

Unleaded fuel prices across regional Queensland have plunged by more than 40 cents per litre (cpl) in past six months but Mt Isa prices have remained largely unchanged, according to analysis released by RACQ.

Home buyers urged to ask the right questions

Queenslanders looking to buy a home have been urged to do their research and ask the right questions before signing a contract or risk unexpectedly high and potentially unaffordable insurance premiums.

RACQ leaders honoured in awards

RACQ has congratulated its former Group CEO, Ian Gillespie, and current Board Deputy Chair Elizabeth Jameson on being awarded Members (AM) in the General Division of the Order of Australia in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list on Monday.

Repairers ready to get Qlders back on the road: RACQ

As restrictions continued to ease in Queensland, RACQ has urged any members who had postponed progressing repairs on a motor vehicle claim because they had been staying put at home, to get on the phone and get it moving again from today.

Don't let your new freedoms come at a cost: RACQ

As Queenslanders rushed to take advantage of COVID-19 restrictions being eased, RACQ has issued a reminder about home security as new data revealed it had received more than 4,100 insurance claims for theft in recent years.

RACQ advocates for Qld's financial wellbeing

With Queenslanders reporting some of the nation’s largest amount of household financial stress, the State’s largest Club has launched a financial wellbeing portal to provide accessible, relevant and helpful information.

Scamming is rife: Check your super balance now!

With millions of Aussies now registered for an early withdrawal of their superannuation funds, and scammers seizing on opportunities to empty retirement funds, RACQ has urged every Queenslander to check their super balance.

Check up before you warm up this winter: RACQ

As Queenslanders turned to heaters and blankets to warm up, RACQ has warned about the importance of electrical appliance safety checks, with the insurer recording almost 1,000 claims for fire damage to homes in the past three years.

Learners get schooled on road rules

RACQ has urged young drivers to be aware of the road rules after new data revealed more than 17,000 infringement notices were handed out to learner drivers in a two-year period across the State.

RACQ applauds road stimulus package

RACQ has welcomed today’s announcement by the Queensland Government of more than $400 million in new, accelerated roads funding for drivers across the State, a move the Club had been calling for to help stimulate the economy.

RACQ welcomes home resilience funding

RACQ has applauded the State Government’s announcement it would renew funding for the regional Household Resilience Program, which would create jobs and decrease insurance premiums in north Queensland.

Gympie claims cheap diesel title

Gympie motorists have reason to celebrate with the town named as the cheapest centre in regional Queensland to fill up with diesel last month.

Mt Isa claims most expensive fuel title

Motorists in the State’s north west have no reason to celebrate with Mt Isa named the most expensive centre in regional Queensland to fill up the tank last month.