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NRMA Insurance is calling on drivers to follow the road rules and come to a complete halt at stops signs with insurance claims data showing an emerging issue in collisions at stop signs. The insurer’s claims data revealed that of the collisions involving stops signs:
With research showing one in three Australian drivers are getting stressed when dropping off or collecting children from school, NRMA Insurance is urging all drivers to keep their cool with school going back this week*.
It will be a scene of toppled trees and damaged cars at a research facility in Sydney’s inner-west this morning but this will be a simulation to preview the upcoming storm season, which, according to the Bureau of Meteorology could be an active one in NSW.
NRMA Insurance has announced today it now recognises vehicles featuring Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) as a positive rating factor in a customer’s car insurance premium.
With NRMA Insurance claims data showing that kangaroos account for over 80 per cent of all animal related collisions on NSW roads, the insurer is urging drivers to be alert while at the wheel*.
As we head into winter, NRMA Insurance is urging home chefs to be fire safety aware and to pay attention to what’s on the stove with its claims data showing one in three NSW house fires start in the kitchen*.
New research from NRMA Insurance shows that over one in three (37 per cent) NSW households made renovations to their home in the last year and over half didn’t update their home insurance policy when the job was completed*.
New research from NRMA Insurance shows that over one in three (37 per cent) QLD households made renovations to their home in the last year and 60 per cent didn’t update their home insurance policy when the job was completed*.
NRMA Insurance launches ‘Crashed Car Showroom’ – a safety initiative to educate Australians about car safety technology and help reduce collisions on our roads
With research revealing 78 per cent of Australian high school students are carrying up to $1000 worth of technology items with them daily. NRMA Insurance is urging parents to ensure the gadgets are protected as children head back to school*.