Telstra has retrofitted 300 NSW NRMA vehicles with Mobileye advanced driver technology which uses an artificial vision sensor to monitor the road for pedestrians, cyclists, and other vehicles.  The device consists of a single camera and a dashboard alert unit to give the driver visual and audible warnings. Mobileye, owned

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Fully autonomous vehicles — cars which don’t require steering wheels or brake pedals — are likely to appear on Australian roads within eight years. The prediction is made in an 86-page whitepaper released by the NRMA this week, which sets out a timeline for the roll out of driverless vehicles

NRMA Business Insurance has entered into a pilot partnership with small business lender Prospa to offer customers a faster, simpler finance solution. Take our Which-50 reader survey and go into the draw for a chance to win a pair of Sony H.ear Bluetooth headphones or 1 of 5 Google Daydream

Famous for its roadside assistance, the NRMA is preparing for a future where cars never breakdown. In 1920, the NSW branch of the National Roads Association (NRA) was born and in 1923 became the National Roads and Motorists’ Association (NRMA), the following year the NRMA Patrol service began, building a

NRMA Chairman and president Kyle Loades’ career exemplifies a breadth and depth of experience along with effective inclusion and influence amongst a wide range of stakeholders. He has led key initiatives within the NRMA as President and Chairman, Chair of the Finance and Investments Committee, the Audit & Risk Management