NRMA Insurance and Transport for NSW are urging young drivers to take care on the roads as end-of-school celebrations take place in NSW
NRMA Insurance will offer its customers life insurance products after it signed an alliance agreement with life insurance provider TAL. The alliance will see TAL provide life insurance policies on behalf of NRMA Insurance, with customer policies managed by TAL.
NRMA Insurance is urging drivers to be careful on regional roads after the insurer’s claims data revealed an increase in vehicles colliding with animals*. The insurer found animal related collisions had risen 12 per cent since the previous year and kangaroos top the list as the animal most likely to be involved in a road accident.
A range of top selling small cars cost up to 70 per cent of their new purchase price to repair when involved in a walking-pace speed collision. NRMA Insurance put the spotlight on the nine top selling small vehicles in Australia to see how their bumpers performed when involved in a collision.
NSW residents urged to be extra vigilant, especially in the kitchen July is the worst winter month for housefires and a third of these start in the kitchen, new research from NRMA Insurance has revealed.* The insurer today urged NSW residents to be fire safety aware during the worst month for house fires, and to take particular care in the kitchen.
Queenslanders urged to be extra vigilant, especially in the kitchen July is the worst winter month for housefires and a third of these start in the kitchen, new research from NRMA Insurance has revealed.* The insurer today urged Queenslanders to be fire safety aware during the worst month for house fires and to take particular care in the kitchen.
With new research from NRMA Insurance showing Friday is the worst day of the week for a collision, the insurer is calling for Queensland drivers to stay alert at the wheel especially as they head into the weekend*.
The days of pets living outside are over with nearly 90 per cent of NSW residents giving their furry friends free rein of the house, according to research by NRMA Insurance*.
Queenslanders are inadvertently letting burglars know when they are out and about, with half of the state’s smartphone users sharing their movements on sites like Facebook and Twitter, new research by NRMA Insurance has found*.
NRMA QLD Insurance is calling for manufacturers to continue the trend towards introducing reversing cameras on new cars, following the results of its 2011 Reversing Visibility Index.