Right now, Western Australia has become our most popular travel destination. And with more vehicles and caravans on our roads, we're here to help you get there. We're providing free car health checks and caravan training sessions to ensure your vehicles are as ready to travel as you are.

How we’ve helped WA travellers so far

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Vehicle health checks

Over 798 vehicle health checks across metro and regional Western Australia
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Common issues found

Low oil, faulty brakes, depleted batteries and poor tyre quality common issues identified
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Caravan sessions

1797 have attended caravan sessions across metro and regional Western Australia

Where we've been

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Free vehicle health checks

RAC patrols are out in the community to help you check your vehicle before you get on the road to explore WA. Our qualified patrols will be at the below dates and locations to inspect your tyres, lights, batteries and more to ensure your vehicle is in good shape to get back on the road.

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Dates and locations

Sunday 22 August 2021 (8:00am - 4:30pm) Driver Risk Management (Perth Airport) View map
Saturday 11 September 2021 Location TBC
Saturday 11 December 2021 Location TBC

There is no need to register, just turn up!

More dates and locations coming soon.

Date and times subject to change due to weather conditions.

Free caravan safety training

Travel safe with our complimentary caravan safety training sessions before you head out. Learn how to safely reverse your caravan, check your tyres, understand vehicle weights along with other useful tips.

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Dates and locations

Sessions go for 2 hours — starting at 8am, 10.30am, 1pm and 3.30pm.

Bookings essential

Trainers on site will have a set up available for demos, it is not a requirement for you to bring your caravan. However, attendees are welcome to hook up their caravan and bring their own vehicle to use for the session and take advantage of the opportunity to practice reversing in a closed and safe environment.

Please contact safetravels@rac.com.au for any further queries.