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Rob T.
Rob T.

Can I get a key to get into the car

Rob T.
Rob T.

Are you able to provide a key to get into a Honda Accord

Rolando Q.
Rolando Q.

Can raa help open the booth of my cat which my key doesn't work

Tina B
Tina B

Can RAA assist me if I am out of the state and break down?

Brett Gerlach
Brett Gerlach

Have RAA done a car review on MG ZS Eclipse?

joe
joe

Is there another road side assist that really helps you when your stuck in the middle of no where . I had been with raa since 1999 and found that i should have put my money in the bank instead they are a disgrace every thing associated with this mob is far to dear to buy from .i was left frozen with my 2 dog klms from balranald and they could not give a hoot . If it had not been for a local on the water board i would be still there and the funny part about this is the NRMA helped me there with part from an old car the same . rubbish auto association

Nicola
Nicola  

Agreed. Terrible now. Better off jumping over to roadside assistance offered through NRMA, AAMI or Budget Direct.

Trisha T.
Trisha T.

has the R.A.A published revues of the mercedes sprinter - KEA ULTIMA/2012.

joe
joe

Is there another road side assist that really helps you when your stuck in the middle of no where . I had been with raa since 1999 and found that i should have put my money in the bank instead

Nicola
Nicola  

NRMA, Budget Direct, AAMI. Much better going elsewhere. RAA are just a “brand”, they don’t care about their members. They have forgotten their roots, shameful.

Deb
Deb

Tyres best value?

Alan F.
Alan F.  

Not sure which is the best...but we bought 4 Supercat tyres for a Hyundai i20 in July 2017...Kilometres was 68849.... today Kilometres is 85467 and still a lot of tread. We make sure (weekly) tyre pressure is at recommended level and have the tyres rotated at every 10000K.

Royal Automotive Association
Royal Automotive Association   DM   

Hi Deb, thanks for your question. Generally we say to members to stick with the well-known or major brands. If you have been happy with the last set of tyres you had on their car in regards to ride, noise, handling and longevity, then go for the same brand/type again, as switching to a cheaper lesser known brand can sometimes be a bit of a gamble. If you'd like to chat to our technical advisory service, they're contactable on 8202 4689. Cheers, Laura

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