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Paws and secure your puppy
03/12/2013An NRMA Insurance test of popular pet harnesses has revealed that a number are not effective in restraining pets in common low speed collisions. NRMA Insurance Head of Research Robert McDonald said the testing was undertaken to urge pet owners to consider the safety of their pets and passengers when travelling in vehicles.
Risking status updates while at the wheel
17/09/2013NRMA Insurance is calling for NSW drivers to focus on the road while driving, with more than one in four (27 per cent) still using their mobile phone while at the wheel*.
Rising roo risk for QLD drivers
18/07/2013Animal collisions have increased by 14 per cent in the last calendar year according to new claims data from NRMA Insurance.
Turn on your headlights when you turn the clock back
05/04/2013A new NRMA Insurance study found that 14 per cent of motorists driving after sunset did not have their car headlights on*, increasing the risk of a collision.
While you’re away the thieves will play
28/03/2013NRMA Insurance data shows current generation gaming consoles and games are increasingly sought by thieves in NSW and the ACT with both the PlayStation 3 and the Nintendo Wii in the top ten most stolen items last financial year.
‘Twas the week before Christmas for the car park ding
21/12/2012Motor collisions spike in the week before Christmas as last minute shoppers rush to stores, according to new data from NRMA Insurance*
Schoolies driving caution
29/11/2012NRMA 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 to offer life insurance
09/10/2012NRMA 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.
Don’t let a kanga ‘roo-in’ your bumper
06/08/2012NRMA 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.
Small cars - walking pace wrecks
06/08/2012A 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.