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Australia’s largest roadside assistance network. Unlimited 24/7 callouts for jumpstarts, battery replacements, key recovery and much more.
No matter the time or place, if your battery runs flat, we’ll be there within the hour* to help get you moving again – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Accredited driver training for learners, seniors and businesses. We have driver training schools across Sydney, most of regional NSW, and Canberra.
Save on the retail price of log book servicing, essential services and repairs for new and older cars without voiding your new car warranty.
We can identify battery issues before they become a problem, helping you avoid the stress and inconvenience of a flat battery.
NRMA understands that unique feeling when you get behind the wheel of your new car. Our range of car loans can get you into the car of your dreams.
It’s easy to make an uninformed impulse purchase, but when it comes to buying a new car, it’s best to get all the information.
The report will tell you the history of a used car and alerts you to potentially significant information about a vehicle so you can buy with confidence.
The NRMA has everything you need to know about registering your car - including green, pink and blue slips as well as insurance.
Australia’s largest roadside assistance network and over 95 years experience in motoring, you can rest assured you’ll always be in the safest hands.
Our buying a new car guide and checklist will ensure you're informed, in a position to negotiate and ready to make this exciting purchase.
Buying a well maintained used car can save you a lot of money compared with buying new vehicle, but you need to know exactly what to look for.
Purchasing a used car can be a minefield of deception and it's not uncommon for sellers to try and hide any potential problems a car may have.
We give you important tips and things to look out for so you're properly informed when searching for the right vehicle for your family.
A flat battery is among the most common causes of car breakdowns, so it's best to know the warning signs before you get stuck.
Our weekly fuel reports inform readers and media about current fuel price cycles and global influences that can impact the price Australians pay at the pump.
Checking the pressure of your car tyres regularly and maintaining the correct level will ensure good handling, steering, grip and safety.
Do you know what every light on your dashboard refers to? Here we look at different warning lights on a car's dashboard and what they mean.
Many engine failures are caused by neglecting the car’s cooling system. Here we explain why it's such an important part of your vehicle.
Checking the water level in your vehicle's engine is a very simple process and when done regularly can prevent expensive repairs.
When you brake fluid level is low, it could indicate a potentially dangerous leak in the braking system. Here's how to safely check for problems.
Streaky, squeaky blades on your windscreen wipers suggest it’s time to replace them Fit new blades by following these 6 easy steps.
Changing a tyre doesn't need to be daunting. Follow these 6 easy steps and you'll be able to confidently put on a spare wheel.
Your car’s battery is the heart of its electrical system – maintaining battery health is vital to keeping your car going and avoiding breakdowns.
Checking your oil can regularly can prevent damage such as an engine seizure which can cost thousands to get replaced or fixed.
Knowing what odd car sounds mean will help you work out whether the problem is big or small and when you should get the problem checked out.
At the NRMA we've committed $10 million to build one of Australia's largest electric vehicle fast charging networks.
This calculator tool lets you compare the cost of buying and running new electric vehicles so you can decide which one is right for you.
Just as the NRMA was there to help Australia navigate the rise of the automobile a century ago, we are now helping it navigate the electric vehicle era.
We are leading the EV charge with ground-breaking policy and research activities, and our leading investment in electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
Our electric vehicle buying resources help would-be buyers get up to speed with everything EV.
Already made the electric vehicle transition? Stay on top of EV ownership with our tips, tricks and resources.
See the latest news on electric cars in Australia, including new models, electric car prices and sales figures.
The NRMA published its first car review in 1928, and now – as we enter the electric vehicle era more than 90 years on – we're still helping Australians choose which car to buy.