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Winter is the worst season for pedestrian safety, RAA warns

RAA is warning road users be aware winter is the worst season for casualty crashes involving pedestrians. More pedestrians...

RAA signals warning as Gawler line reopens

RAA is reminding motorist to obey the road rules at level crossings as the electrified Gawler rail line opens...

RAA urges drivers to back off

RAA is urging drivers to back off as latest police figures show motorists were fined $679,730 last year for...

RAA calls for safety first approach from all road users to reduce trauma

Cyclists are among the most vulnerable road users and RAA is urging riders to put safety first on every...

Work starts on $560m southern roads upgrade

Major works have started on two key Fleurieu Peninsula roads, which regularly feature in RAA’s Risky Roads survey.

Heartbreak of road trauma on display in regional SA

Sobering reminders of the lives tragically lost on the state’s roads have been on display at regional centres as...

Keep your kids safe on the way to school today – and every day

RAA is encouraging students and parents to take to the footpath and walk to school if possible, but urging...

Road safety leaders look to better protect vulnerable road users

“How can we do more to protect those most vulnerable on our roads?” That was the question posed by...

Chairs a tragic reminder of regional lives lost

National Road Safety Week was officially launched in Mount Gambier’s city centre yesterday, with an impactful display of empty...

Visual display highlights impact of road trauma

Heart symbols representing vulnerable road users who’ve lost their lives on SA roads have been placed in Elder Park...

RAA urges drivers to light up the night to reduce road trauma

Thousands of motorists are being caught driving in the dark with dodgy headlights, RAA has revealed. Latest figures show...

Federal Labor commits to bringing forward Marion Road upgrades

RAA welcomes a Federal Labor commitment to expedite much-needed upgrades to Marion Road should they be elected this month....

School red-light runners surge in South Australia

We’re asking drivers to be patient as SA students return to school this week, after a worrying jump in...

RAA welcomes new round of Black Spot funding but calls for a cash boost

Sections of the state’s road network identified by RAA as dangerous are among the latest recipients of Federal Government...

RAA and Port Adelaide share powerful plea for road safety

RAA and the Port Adelaide Football Club have important road safety advice for the thousands of South Aussies heading...

Red light runners putting all road users at risk, RAA warns

RAA is warning drivers who run red lights that they are risking potentially catastrophic consequences for their impatience. The...

Key SA roads to be made safer by much-needed federal funding

Road users are set to benefit from several funding commitments in the 2022-23 Federal Budget.

RAA warns drivers of jump in kangaroos collisions in Autumn

RAA Insurance crash data has prompted a warning for drivers to be vigilant on regional roads this autumn. Animals...

Don’t step out of line for safety’s sake, RAA urges pedestrians

Mad March is synonymous with festivities and an increase in foot traffic in the CBD, prompting RAA to urge...

RAA urges senior drivers to stay safe in the Years Ahead

RAA is encouraging mature motorists to take advantage of our services to ensure their safety on the roads, as...

RAA calls for unblocking of a key road bottleneck

Tens of thousands of motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians a day would benefit from an RAA proposal to remove a...

RAA urges motorists to be vigilant as students return to class

More motorists are being caught speeding and running red lights at school pedestrian crossings, according to latest figures obtained...

Adelaide traffic levels set to return to normal

New data shows Adelaide's traffic is likely set to return to pre-pandemic levels from next week.

Our road safety reminder as SA students return to school

We're urging drivers to be vigilant as thousands of students embark on a new school year today.

Alarming number of hoon drivers caught in South Australia

A record number of drivers have been caught risking the lives of other road users.

New Australian vehicle mandate to revolutionise road safety

All new car models will soon need to have Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) technology installed, thanks to legislation recently...

Our reminder to stay safe on the sand this summer

With temperatures on the rise this week, we're asking drivers to be extra careful if taking their car to...

“It doesn’t get more distracting than that” – the little-known law you could be breaking

New figures show how hundreds of drivers have been putting themselves and a furry friend at risk behind the...

What caused the most number of fatal crashes in 2021?

New figures have revealed which factors contributed to the fatal crashes on South Australian roads last year.

Merry member’s vehicle cleared to hit the skies

RAA’s Mile End workshop had a very important visitor this week.

Our word of warning to avoid a Christmas bingle

RAA is urging motorists to be cautious in car parks in a bid to avoid a Christmas bingle this...

SA’s top 5 riskiest intersections revealed

The verdict was delivered by the more than 2000 road users who responded to RAA’s latest Risky Roads survey.

SA’s Riskiest Roads as voted by you

The results of our 2021 Risky Roads survey are in, and Main South Road between Aldinga and Sellicks Beach...

RAA analysis reveals a speeding fines spike in summer

Almost ten thousand more motorists have been caught speeding in summer during the past five years than any other...

Free road safety lessons reach more than 140,000 primary school students

RAA’s Street Smart Primary team has been at St Michael’s College in Beverley teaching more than 100 reception and...

RAA urges drivers to back off as rear-end crash claims rise

Drivers are being urged to keep their distance to reduce the risk or rear-end collisions.

RAA celebrates members and continues push for regional road safety

Our Regional Roadshow is in Clare recognising long-standing RAA members.

RAA drives car care lessons to learners

We're hosting vital workshops at schools to help the next generation of drivers.

SA’s largest youth road safety event returns

Almost 8,000 South Aussie school students are now more aware of the importance of road safety.

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