Recreational drone users advised to check cover before take-off

Media release: 23 December 2015 NRMA Insurance is encouraging budding drone pilots to check their insurance cover before taking to the skies over the holiday season.

Beware of car park dings this Christmas in NSW

Media release: 21 December 2015 As the Christmas shopping frenzy starts to increase, so do car park collisions according to data released today from NRMA Insurance.

Beware of car park dings this Christmas in the ACT

Media release: 21 December 2015 As the Christmas shopping frenzy starts to increase, so do car park collisions according to data released today from NRMA Insurance.

Beware of car park dings this Christmas in QLD

Media release: 21 December 2015 As the Christmas shopping frenzy starts to increase, so do car park collisions according to data released today from NRMA Insurance.

NRMA Insurance welcomes ACT ridesharing regulation

Media release: 30 September 2015 NRMA Insurance has welcomed the ACT Government’s decision to regulate ridesharing, enabling shared economy providers to operate legally in Canberra, the first Australian jurisdiction to do so.

Don’t get a roo’d awakening this winter - NSW

Media release: 29 July 2015 NRMA Insurance has revealed 80 per cent of animal collisions on NSW roads involve kangaroos, with the number of animal-related crashes peaking during July and August.

Don’t get a roo’d awakening this winter - QLD

Media release: 29 July 2015 NRMA Insurance has revealed nearly 80 per cent of animal collisions on Queensland roads involve kangaroos, with the number of animal-related crashes peaking during July and August.

Don’t get a roo’d awakening this winter - ACT

Media release: 29 July 2015 NRMA Insurance has revealed 90 per cent of animal collisions on ACT roads involve kangaroos, with the number of animal-related crashes peaking during July and August.

QLD families urged to be cautious in the kitchen this winter

Media release: 01 July 2015 New data from NRMA Insurance has revealed a quarter (25%) of Queensland house fires start in the kitchen, while faulty appliances were responsible for 22 per cent of residential blazes in the last year.1  

NSW families urged to be cautious in the kitchen this winter

Media release: 01 July 2015 New data from NRMA Insurance has revealed more than a quarter (26%) of NSW house fires start in the kitchen, while faulty appliances were responsible for more than 10 per cent of residential blazes in the last year.1