As Queenslanders go to the poll the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries and RACQ are outraged by QLD Labor’s commitment to a luxury car tax.
New research from the RACQ about Queensland drivers reveals that almost 55% of motorists flash their headlights regularly to warn other drivers about speed cameras in an area.
A quarter of all car thefts are the result of a home break-in, according to the results of the RACQ 2015 Car Security Index.
More than half of all Queensland motorists are happy to break the law and warn other drivers of speed traps, according to research.
RACQ says QLD police don’t have enough cars fitted with automatic numberplate recognition technology to catch unregistered drivers.
The RACQ has called for registration prices in Queensland to either be frozen for another three years, or brought into line with other states … Queenslanders pay up to $200 more to register some cars.