A lifetime of loyalty
Between the two of them, husband and wife pair Cedric and Janet Lockley have 100 years’ worth of RACT membership.
Charging the debate
Our readers have their say on the future of electric vehicles in Tasmania, and the need for more EV charging stations.
From our Group CEO: For a good cause
Imagine not having a safe place to sleep every night. For more than 1600 members of our community, this is their reality.
From our Group CEO - New beginnings
A new year tends to spark thoughts of new beginnings – resetting goals, building on success and seeking new opportunities.
From the Group CEO - Positive steps forward
We’re extremely proud of our community at RACT. We’re here because we want to support you, our members, in the good and the challenging times. Although we’ve achieved much progress in the last 97 years, there’s still much more we can do to help.
From our Group CEO - Rebuilding our state
The past few months have been unprecedented. We’ve transformed how we live, work and connect, and it’s been an incredibly difficult time for many Tasmanians.
From our Group CEO - What's on your Tassie wish list?
My first year in Tasmania has been one I’ll never forget. Our island is like no other, and I’m so grateful my family can call this place home.
From the President - Demanding more for road safety
I am concerned about the lack of progress on measures to reduce the number of deaths and serious injuries on our roads, particularly in light of a horror start to the year in Tasmania.
From the President - Progress on road upgrades
There is a concerning lack of progress on upgrades to a large part Tasmania’s road infrastructure that have been promised by the state and federal governments. This has an impact on both road safety and traffic congestion.
Keeping an eye on what's happening around Tassie