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Australia’s Best Cars of 2016 announced

21.2.2017

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) in conjunction with its member clubs today announced the 15 winners of the 2016 Australia's Best Cars program and that the overall Judges’ Choice award for 2016 goes to the Mazda6 Touring. Read more of Australia’s Best Cars of 2016 announced

AAA Index: households under increasing pressure from transport costs

6.2.2017

Australia’s peak motoring body today released its latest Transport Affordability Index which shows the average Australian household now paying $17,147 a year for land transport, up from $16,894 in the previous quarter. Read more of AAA Index: households under increasing pressure from transport costs

Government inquiry needed as road safety strategy stalls

25.1.2017

Australia’s peak motoring body has called on the Australian Government to fund an inquiry into Australia’s rapidly growing road toll as new figures show almost no progress has been made in reducing deaths since the National Road Safety Strategy was agreed by all Australian governments in 2011. Read more of Government inquiry needed as road safety strategy stalls

Australia’s Best Cars 2016 finalists announced

20.1.2017

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) today announced the 45 finalists in the 2016 Australia's Best Cars awards, the most comprehensive, objective and transparent awards program in the country. Read more of Australia’s Best Cars 2016 finalists announced

Worst ten sections of national highway revealed

21.12.2016

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) today released a new report which identifies the ten worst sections of highway comprising the National Land Transport Network, and joined with Australia’s motoring clubs in calling for all governments to use the research to better target investment in road infrastructure. Read more of Worst ten sections of national highway revealed

AAA statement regarding the commencement by Government of consultation on vehicle emissions

20.12.2016

The AAA continues to question the Government’s claimed fuel savings to consumers in the absence of either real-world emissions testing, or a decision on future fuel standards and prices. Read more of AAA statement regarding the commencement by Government of consultation on vehicle emissions