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You’ve probably never given it a second thought but if you’re driving a modern passenger car or SUV then it’s almost certainly based on a monocoque construction design that traces its origins back to the Lancia Lambda, which celebrates its 100th anniversary this year.
Released 70 years ago this year,the FJ Holden stands as one of the most important icons of 1950s Australia. For years the FJ was used as an RACT service vehicle, saving Tasmanians stuck on the roadside.
To celebrate the past 100 years of being Tasmania’s shoulder to lean on, we commissioned Tasmanian-based historian and author Nick Brodie to write a limited-edition book, 'RACT 100 Years of Service'. We asked Nick a few questions about the process.
Kerry Hamer, one of our longest-serving patrols, makes you smile just by speaking to him. His caring nature and can-do attitude assure you he’d never turn down a rescue.
With nearly four decades on the job, meet our current longest-serving employee
David and Liz Hunn of Hunnington Distillery and Deadman’s Point Spirits talk about their exponential rise in the distilling world, and the strong ‘don’t drink and drive’ message behind our partnership.
While we celebrate turning 100 this year, we take a look back at some of the big automotive moments from 100 years ago.
A lot can change over a century. Cars certainly have. Road rules, too. Even our name has changed twice. Like many Tasmanian roads, our story has a few twists and turns, and detours into important parts of the social, political, and cultural history of Tasmania. It's a story of a community of people, a 'Club', who share a common interest in a common place. Our home.