RACQ


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RACQ

(in Australia) abbreviation for
(Automotive Engineering) Royal Automobile Club of Queensland
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Going forward, RACQ will provide government their comparative data and analysis.
RACQ, a motoring body in Queensland, Australia, said that it is to offer banking services in the nation.
amilies and motoring groups are furious that the RACQ demanded Brisbane Airport Corporation lower prices and stop 'subsidising airlines'.
Last year RACQ resumed 100% ownership after buying-out its then insurance unit joint venture partner that had provided both core system support and IT services.
RACQ, the Motor Accident Insurance Commission and CARRS-Q are proud supporters of the event.
The RACQ survey revealed that just over one in four customers (27 percent) indicated that they needed to return their car for follow-up fitment of dealer added accessories, warranty related faults or to have a concern checked.
The Australian company - whose clients include Suncorp, NPBS, NRMA, Virgin Mobile and RACQ - replaced its previous first generation tools with KXEN's solution in order to keep up with its growing business.
We have been working with peak bodies including the RACQ and Queensland Trucking Association and we are confident we can improve the safety and journey time reliability for motorists travelling on the M1 between Brisbane and the Gold Coast during the Games, Mr Bailey said.
RACQ Executive Manager of Vehicle Technologies Steve Spalding said the car lost structural integrity during frontal crash testing, which increased injury risk for the occupants.
RACQ CQ Rescue Helicopter spokesman Phil Dowler said those in the water with her had responded quickly.
These plans were announced in July and were supported by RACQ, Advertising Standards Bureau (ASB) and the peak advertising industry body, the Australian Association of National Advertisers.
Sopinski said mature aged drivers made much fewer accident claims than their less experienced counterparts and an RACQ spokesman Jim Kershaw said older drivers were "more careful and sensible".