News & Media
We'll keep you up to date with the latest news and info that matters to you.
Our latest media releases
20 January 2020 - Welcoming Tasmania's new Premier
We're ready to work with our new Premier Peter Gutwein on road safety upgrades and traffic congestion.
8 January 2020 - Never leave your kids or pets alone in the car
With the weather warming up and school holidays underway, we're reminding drivers to never leave their loved ones in the car.
20 December 2019 - Stay safe on the road this summer
We're reminding drivers to stay safe and alert on the roads as the busy Christmas season and summer holidays approach.
12 December 2019 - State Budget
Planning, public transport and fuel are key requests in our 2020-21 State Budget submission.
6 December 2019 - Driverless technology comes to Tassie
We've partnered with the Tasmanian Government and City of Hobart to bring the first driverless electric bus demonstration to Hobart.
31 October 2019 - New tour launches in Strahan
We're excited to launch the new Pillinger Explorer tour. Guests will experience the abandoned port and town of Pillinger on the shores of Macquarie Harbour.
31 October 2019 - More needs to be done on road safety
We're calling on the state and federal governments to put tougher road safety measures in place.
17 October 2019 - Exploring Freycinet National Park
Join the team at Experiential Tasmania for a brand new walking tour leaving from Freycinet Lodge.
11 October 2019 - TasPP winner announced
George Kennedy has taken out the 2019 Tasmanian Portrait Prize.
3 October 2019 - Tassie's top 10 worst roads revealed
Our members have told us that Tassie's roads have improved over the past two years, but more still needs to be done.
28 August 2019 - Time to act on fuel prices
To fight rising petrol costs, we want it to be compulsory for fuel retailers to report their prices at the bowser.
26 August 2019 - Keep an eye on your vision
Older drivers are being reminded to have regular eye checks so they can stay safe on the road.
23 August 2019 - Taking out the ANZIIF Award
We're very excited to announce that we've been named the Small - Medium General Insurance Company of the Year for the second year in a row at the ANZIIF Awards.
14 August 2019 - Keeping your vehicle safe all year round
The results from our free winter safety checks show how important it is to check your vehicle regularly.
8 August 2019 - Our new-look Launceston branch
Pop into our Launceston branch to check out its brand new renovations.
6 August 2019 - Slow Down Move Over
We want our Roadside team to be included in the State Government's proposed 'Slow Down Move Over' legislation.
5 August 2019 - Our new Group Chief Executive
We're excited to announce that Mark Mugnaioni is our new Group Chief Executive.
27 May 2019 - Introducing our EV
Our new fully-electric Hyundai Ioniq will help us teach Tasmanians about road safety.
23 May 2019 - State Budget announcement
The State Budget has set a clear timeline for the Bridgewater Bridge upgrades.
21 May 2019 - Support for community garden
Bucaan Community House Inc has received funding through our Community Fund program.
13 May 2019 - New EV tech coming soon
Tasmania's first public ultra-rapid EV charging station will open in Campbell Town.
9 May 2019 - Educating Tasmanians of all ages
We're bringing you more educational programs thanks to funding from the Road Safe Levy.
6 May 2019 - Reminder on children's safety
Keep your child safe in the car with these important tips.
5 May 2019 - Changes to licensing
The roll out of the Graduating Licensing System in Tassie is a positive step for new drivers.
4 May 2019 - More needs to be done on road safety
Tasmania won't meet its National Road Safety Strategy target unless there is a big improvement.
16 April – Check your vehicles and tyres
Get your car ready for winter with these simple safety checks.
12 April – Unveiling our 30-year Vision
Public and active transport are taking the lead in our Vision for the future.
6 April – Welcoming University move
With UTAS moving into the Hobart CBD, we need a long-term traffic plan.