Slow down or stay home

RACQ has joined Queensland Police to urge motorists to seriously think about how they behaved behind the wheel after another eight people were killed in crashes in just three days.

RACQ Bank cuts fees to save Queenslanders millions

RACQ Bank has once again put people before profits, announcing it had cut more than a dozen fees from all transaction banking accounts which would put more than one million dollars a year back in the pockets of its members.

Wide Bay drivers see red over congested roads

Drivers fed up with traffic congestion have named and shamed more than 400 of Queensland’s worst roads for unnecessary delays with several roads in the Wide Bay-Burnett region receiving poor report cards.

Toowoomba drivers see red over congested roads

Drivers fed up with traffic congestion have named and shamed more than 400 of Queensland’s worst roads for unnecessary delays with several Toowoomba routes receiving poor report cards.

Gold Coast drivers see red over congested roads

Drivers fed up with traffic congestion have named and shamed more than 400 of Queensland’s worst roads for unnecessary delays with the Pacific Motorway taking third place in the annual survey.

Cairns drivers see red over congested roads

Drivers fed up with traffic congestion have named and shamed more than 400 of Queensland’s worst roads for unnecessary delays with major Cairns routes earning poor report cards.

Pothole threat as flooding eases

As the flood waters receded across the south east RACQ reminded drivers the threat was not over, with hundreds of roads damaged by floods.

Drivers rescued, flooded roads prompt urgent plea

RACQ has pleaded to drivers to play it safe on the roads after emergency crews responded to more 260 calls for help during Sunday’s deluge including swift water rescues when several motorists were caught in flood water.

Claims grow as weather continues

RACQ members impacted by the ongoing rain event have been urged to lodge their claims as soon as possible, as the continuing bad weather led to a steep increase in claims on Monday.

The key to reducing your risk of car theft

RACQ has urged vehicle owners to get serious about protecting their car keys as the Club’s new research found 70 percent of Queenslanders admitted to storing their keys in easy to steal places including inside the vehicle.

Shed fire, crashes play havoc on SEQ roads

RACQ has warned drivers toxic smoke from a suspicious shed fire at Park Ridge was covering local roads, while a crash on a major motorway has ground Friday morning traffic to a halt.

Stern warning after several crashes

A driver has died and while several others have been injured following a spate of crashes across the State, prompting an urgent warning from RACQ for Queenslanders to remain vigilant on the roads.

Fast-track pipeline projects for faster rail

Following a snub of the North Coast fast rail proposal by Infrastructure Australia, RACQ has implored politicians to focus on fast-tracking sustainable rail improvements, to prepare Queensland not only for the potential 2032 Olympics, but for decades to come.

Flash flooding as deluge hits

RACQ has pleaded with motorists not to drive through flood waters after a storm cell dumped heavy rain across parts of south east Queensland causing flash flooding and inundating local roads.

RACQ a heart starter through new partnership

RACQ has launched a new partnership with Heart of the Nation, installing automated external defibrillators (AEDs), which will help its Traffic Response teams save lives when attending roadside emergencies.

Balancing act should be led by Feds for EVs

Electric vehicle take-up was threatened by a confusing patchwork of state-based levies unless the Federal Government stepped up to the plate to lead the transition, according to RACQ.

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