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TEST TIME: You are driving vehicle A along a multi-lane road and the speed limit is 80 km/h or less, which lane or lanes can you travel in?

a) In the left-hand lane unless you are turning right
b) In the left-hand lane unless overtaking another vehicle in the left lane
c) You must travel in the left-hand lane
d) In either lane

Just answer in the comments section below. We'll share the answer in a separate post later in the day.

The Future of Car Ownership - Part 3

The prospect of a human driving a car in the future will be similar to the idea of riding a horse amongst peak hour traffic today: mynr.ma/avision

Dreaming of a spring holiday?

With up to 40% off your stay at NRMA Holiday Parks around Australia. What are you waiting for? mynr.ma/hp-40

Give the gift of adrenalin this Father’s Day

Treat Dad to 25% off a Hotlap Ride at Rally School in Sydney or Hunter Valley: mynr.ma/rally-school

Weekend winter getaway in NSW: Snowy Mountains

There’s a whole lot more to do in the snow that doesn’t involve hurtling down a mountain: mynr.ma/snowy-mountains

More than a third of Australians suffer financial loss on domestic holidays

"Many of us forgo domestic cover because we’re on home turf. But there’s more than medical you need to be thinking about." mynr.ma/aus-travel

Charging your car battery

Driving your car around the block a few times is not enough to charge your battery these days: mynr.ma/battery-charge

Gift Dad with an outing to Luna Park Sydney

Make a day of it with 50% off Unlimited Rides Passes at Luna Park Sydney: mynr.ma/luna-park

NSW Alerts

WEATHER WARNING: SES advises people to move cars under cover and away from trees, stay away from fallen power lines and avoid walking under trees.

DRIVETRIBE

Good idea?

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#ThrowbackThursday: The NRMA shipping service originally started in the 1930s to facilitate the carriage of Members' cars overseas. Can you recognise the vehicle being shipped? Bonus points for the name of the ship 🚢 or one of the main destinations they travelled to #TBT

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TEST ANSWER: The correct answer is 1). You must give way to vehicle B before turning. 'Vehicle A is turning right at an intersection with traffic lights; a driver turning right at an intersection with traffic lights must give way to any vehicle travelling in the opposite direction turning left.

Recall and repairs of Takata airbags 'has taken way too long'

About 100,000 have been remedied but that still leaves a very concerning 50,000 out there. Have you been affected?
mynr.ma/takata-recall

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TEST TIME: You are driving vehicle A. Which statement is correct?

1) You must give way to vehicle B before turning
2) Vehicle A should turn as it is already in the intersection
3) Both vehicle A and B can turn at the same time

Just answer in the comments below. We will post the correct answer in a separate post later today. Thanks.

The Future of Car Ownership - Part 2

The average car sits idle for an average of 96% of its life. Driverless cars won't have it so easy!

mynr.ma/avision

10 unwanted car sounds and what they mean

Unusual sounds usually mean there’s something wrong with your car: mynr.ma/bad-sounds

Road tripping? Here's how you can get the best deal

Petrol is the third-largest expenditure for Aussies travelling within Australia, behind accommodation and dining. The mynr.ma/app will show you which servos have the best prices.

New M4 tolls effective this Tuesday | The NRMA

From 15 August 2017, motorists on the new M4 (between Church St and Homebush Bay Dr) will pay a distance-based toll: mynr.ma/newM4

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WEEKLY POLL: How often do you check your tyre pressure?

a) Once per week or more
b) Once a month
c) Every six months
d) Only before a long drive
mynr.ma/maintenance

Save up to 35% on movie vouchers

Get Father's Day sorted with up to 35% off Event Cinemas movie vouchers: mynr.ma/event

The future of car ownership: A transformation is upon us

Tim Trumper and Peter Colacino from the NRMA discuss what Autonomus Vehicles will mean for the future of car ownership: mynr.ma/avision

How to avoid car buyer's remorse

Don't let the thrill of the chase cloud your judgement! mynr.ma/remorse

Spend on Dad & Win at Repco

Treat Dad to 25% off Repco branded tools, and you could win 1 of 4 Repco toolkits: mynr.ma/repco

The Future of Car Ownership - Part 1

The future of car ownership is a big and complex issue, so we've shrunk it and simplified it into a series of animated videos. Push play to get the facts in this first instalment: mynr.ma/avision

Macular diseases awareness and older drivers

It is possible to have the very early signs of macular degeneration without even knowing: mynr.ma/macular

What exactly are the benefits of driverless cars?

For those of us who love to drive, driverless cars present a challenging vision of the future. However, we shouldn't be afraid: mynr.ma/avision

THROWBACK REVIEW: Toyota LandCruiser 2003

14 years have flown by!

mynr.ma/2003cruiser

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NRMA VINTAGE: The NRMA Membership base grows to a quarter of a million Members. Can you guess the year? #TBT

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TEST ANSWER: Thanks for your answers to our test question earlier today.

The correct answer is: Vehicle A must give way to vehicles B and C. Vehicle A is turning right at an intersection with traffic lights; a driver turning right at an intersection with traffic lights must give way to any vehicle travelling in the opposite direction turning left or going straight through the intersection.

For more information, please refer to NSW Road Rule 62 (1)(c): mynr.ma/2uje8Z1

NRMA report traces the Future of Car Ownership

Cars without steering wheels are likely to appear on Australian roads within eight years: mynr.ma/av2025

“Australia is not ready for the mobility revolution and we need to be,” Mr Loades said.

Download the latest version of the my nrma app

We've issued a new release of the mynr.ma/app, which makes it super easy to 'track your patrol' when you book roadside!

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TEST TIME: You are driving vehicle A. You must give way to:

1) Vehicle C only
2) Both vehicle B and C
3) Vehicle B only

Just answer in the comments below. We will publish the correct answer in a separate post later today. Thanks.

Become an NRMA driving instructor

For a limited time, we'll contribute up to $10,000 towards your start up costs.

Find out more: mynr.ma/safejob. T&Cs apply.

Need a 7-seater that can tow the big stuff?

We drove the Ford Everest Trend, Mitsubishi Pajero Sport and Holden Trailblazer LTZ on a stretch of the quicksand-like Nine Mile Beach near Newcastle.

This is what we found: mynr.ma/suvoff

Tech Insider

This is strangely satisfying viewing.

Drive with a doggie or a moggie?

Pet accommodation up to $160 per night, $500 per incident, plus access to a national network of vets and more.

mynr.ma/petplus

8 Car Checks Before Your Outback Road Trip

Before taking on a road trip into Australia’s vast Outback, these car checks are a must.

mynr.ma/outback8

What to do when you lock your keys in the car

Hands up: who has done this? 😳

mynr.ma/keys

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WEEKLY POLL: What are your thoughts on autonomous vehicles?

a) No need for them
b) Not bothered
c) All for it
d) Don’t know enough to make a judgement

mynr.ma/avfuture

Sydney to Melbourne 2 day inland route

Who has driven this one? Pie stops or other tips, please! mynr.ma/sydmelb

Know the road rules - using headlights

Be seen.

mynr.ma/lights

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Unlikely

Driving Tips Every Safe Driver Should Remember

A good driver never stops learning: mynr.ma/drivingtips

How to maintain your car battery

If you have a flat battery or think you need a car battery replacement, call the NRMA batteries mobile team on 1300 726 751 straightaway.

mynr.ma/battcare

Tips for driving in the snow

Driving to the snow? Have a read.

mynr.ma/snow

Come along on September 8

Our NRMA Member roadshows are about to kick off and we’re excited to meet you all. RSVP to your local roadshow today.

Behold, the future of motoring!

The NRMA was at the forefront of the adoption of the automobile when it arrived in Australia close to 100 years ago. Today, we're committed to helping our Members benefit from autonomous vehicles: mynr.ma/avfuture

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NRMA VINTAGE: From 1882 until 1997 these grounds incorporated a range of pavilions, sporting venues, animal quarters and of course an NRMA Office. Anyone know the location? #TBT

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TEST TIME ANSWER: In this scenario the correct answer is "a", you must let the long vehicle turn first.

More information can be found via NSW Road Rules 2014 - Reg 143(1): http://www5.austlii.edu.au/au/legis/nsw/consol_reg/rr2014104/s143.html

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