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About the RAC, in their own words:
"RAC are the driving people...why?
We've been around since 1897
We have over 7 million members
We're one of the UK's most progressive motoring organisations
We assist both private and business motorists
We boast the world's most advanced computer systems to deal with roadside assistance calls
1897: RAC founded
1901: Introduced uniformed patrols
1907: Given royal approval by Edward VII
1912: Introduced roadside emergency telephone boxes
1987: Advanced Computer Aided Rescue System introduced
1998: RAC de-mutualisation
1999: Acquired by Lex Group
2002: Lex Group changes name to RAC Ltd
2005: Acquired by Aviva plc
Developing motoring services
Ever since its foundation in 1897, RAC has been consistently at the forefront in developing motoring services - from introducing uniformed patrols in 1901 and roadside emergency telephone boxes in 1912 right through to the present day when we boast the world's most advanced computer systems to deal with calls for roadside assistance.
RAC Members enjoy access to an enormous range of motoring products and services throughout their driving lives, ranging from the familiar and much appreciated roadside assistance in the event of a breakdown to continually updated legal and technical advice and up-to-the-minute travel information.
RAC is headquartered in Birmingham with approximately 4,000 dedicated staff operating from four bases throughout the UK and provides motor-related services to both consumers and corporate clients. RAC offers vehicle and breakdown services through a nationwide, branded patrol force, focusing primarily on vehicle repair and recovery. In 2010, RAC;s patrol force of approximately 1,800 patrols attended to 2.5 million rescue breakdowns. In addition, RAC provides motor insurance broking services. RAC also offers a suite of legal and motor claims services, which provide both consumers and corporate customers with legal cover and advice as well as a range of claims management services.
RAC report on motoring
During the 23 years since the first RAC Report on Motoring was published in 1988, it has become widely regarded as the voice of Britain's motorists.
With 1,100 drivers contributing their views on the state of the motoring nation, the annual RAC Report on Motoring reveals that, in 2009, issues such as greener driving have taken a back seat. The report also highlights worries about the economic downturn and new figures regarding younger drivers.
about RAC Report on Motoring
RAC in the media
No-one knows more about motoring than RAC
Throughout our history, and right up to the present day we've both championed the rights of drivers, and done everything we can to make lives easy for them.
about RAC in the Media
The RAC Foundation
The RAC Foundation is an independent body, established in 1999 to carry out research into motoring issues and to take on the role of protecting the interests of the motorist. The Foundation carries out regular opinion surveys of RAC Members and has, in the course of its campaigning work, taken up many of the issues which they have raised.
The Royal Automobile Club
Since RAC Motoring Services was bought by Lex Service PLC (now RAC Ltd), we no longer have any formal connection with our previous owners, the members of the Royal Automobile Club in Pall Mall, London. Should you wish to contact them, their address is 89-91 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5HS.
Department for Transport
The Department for Transport's objective is to oversee the delivery of a reliable, safe and secure transport system that responds efficiently to the needs of individuals and business whilst safeguarding our environment.
The SURVIVE Group is a partnership between the Highways Agency, the Association of Chief Police Officers, the breakdown/recovery industry and other road service providers. The SURVIVE Group has been established to improve the safety of those who work on the road network and the travelling public and is also dedicated to the promotion of driving safety."