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Make safety a top priority when purchasing a car – you want the safest model you can afford, so if a car scores less than four stars (out of five stars), don’t take the risk.
Search for a safe car here within your budget by price range or make and model to compare vehicle’s safety ratings – either Used Car Safety Rating (UCSR) or Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP).x
Sharing the road
A little courtesy on the road goes a long way to improve safety. Check out our tips on how to be a safer, more conciderate road user.
Whether you’re on two wheels, four, or more, or on two legs – we are all responsible for keeping each other and ourselves safe on the road.
In Australia, less than one third of the population lives in regional and remote areas,1 but nearly two thirds of all fatal road crashes occur on rural and remote roads.2
We have put together a few tips on safe driving in regional Queensland.
Queensland outback is a beautiful place for a road trip with its wide-open spaces, wildlife, and quaint townships. But before you hit the road, there’re a few things to consider – discover Queensland Outback safely with our Outback Driving tips.
Caravans and Towing
Towing a trailer – such as a caravan or camper trailer, boat trailer or horse float – requires additional driving skills, concentration, and safety precautions. Check out our tips for safe driving.
Floods can occur almost anywhere in Queensland and can rise over days, or in minutes in a ‘flash flood’. The best way to avoid driving in floodwater is to be prepared – see our tips for flood safety.