New border pass available online

RACQ has informed motorists they could now apply for the new Queensland Border Declaration Pass online ahead of the borders opening from midday Friday 10 July.

RACQ grant helping kids in care

More children in crisis or living in care would receive kits of essential items, as well as clothing and toys, after charity group Care Kits for Kids Qld Inc received an RACQ Local Sponsorship grant.

Buyer beware of online car buying: RACQ

RACQ has warned car buyers to do their research before signing on the dotted line, after a new report found more people were purchasing a vehicle online, without doing a test drive.

Cross River Rail blast to give CBD the shakes

RACQ has warned motorists and pedestrians underground blasting would be tested at the Cross River Rail construction site this afternoon (Wednesday 8 July) at 2:55pm in the Brisbane CBD.

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.

Plan ahead for a 4WD break

RACQ has warned motorists planning a 4WD break this school holidays to make sure they have the necessary permits before hitting the road.

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.

Go slow for the safety of roadworkers

RACQ has reminded motorists to slow down and pay particular attention when driving through roadworks, as thousands of people hit the road during school holidays.

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.

Don’t let the road toll soar this school holidays: RACQ

The State’s peak motoring body has issued a serious safety warning to motorists making the most of eased travel restrictions these school holidays, as Queensland’s death toll exceeded 111 just days away from the half-yearly mark.

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.

New app could save crash victim lives

A new app which will help emergency services rescue people trapped in cars more quickly is a ‘game-changer’, according to the State’s peak motoring body.