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New research shows VWs using more fuel after recall fix


Emissions analysis commissioned by the Australian Automobile Association (AAA) has found an affected VW diesel vehicle to be using up to 14 per cent more diesel after recall, and still emitting noxious emissions more than 400 per cent higher than levels observed in laboratory testing. Read more of New research shows VWs using more fuel after recall fix

New Deputy Prime Minister


The Australian Automobile Association (AAA), Australia’s peak motoring body, offers its congratulations to the new Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack on his appointment as well as his choice to become Minister for Infrastructure and Transport. Read more of New Deputy Prime Minister

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As emissions standards become stricter car-makers have optimised engine performance for the lab. This means car own… t.co/0GQS06W18q

23 Mar 2018 at 3.02pm

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RT @M_McCormackMP: Good to catch up with @LMroadsafety to discuss issues important to @ACRS_RoadSafety and all road users. #TowardsZero htt…

22 Mar 2018 at 10.28am

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RT @DavidDjward: With pedestrian fatalities so much in the news, important to focus on the combination of technologies most likely to reduc…

22 Mar 2018 at 10.27am