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AAA Election Report Card

2.11.2001

With one week to go in the election, the Australian Automobile Association has released a Report Card on the motoring policies of the two major parties. The Report Card shows both the Coalition and the ALP have room for substantial improvement. Read more of AAA Election Report Card

Road Safety Policy Welcomed

29.10.2001

The Australian Automobile Association has reacted positively to aspects of the Coalition’s Transport policy announced today. Read more of Road Safety Policy Welcomed

AAA Welcomes ALP Commitment Not To Re-Introduce Indexation

29.10.2001

The Australian Automobile Association has welcomed an undertaking from the ALP that it would not re-introduce fuel indexation if elected. Read more of AAA Welcomes ALP Commitment Not To Re-Introduce Indexation

Investment In National Highway Necessary To Save Lives And Money

19.10.2001

"It is time for Federal Governments to realise that investment in the National Highway can save lives and money", the Executive Director of the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), Lauchlan McIntosh, said today. Read more of Investment In National Highway Necessary To Save Lives And Money

Crash Testing Shows Improvements in Australian Small Car Safety Standards

12.10.2001

The Subaru Impreza has joined the ranks of the Audi A3, Holden Astra, Mercedes A140, Peugeot 206, Toyota Echo and VW Golf by being awarded 4 stars for its vehicle safety performance in the latest tests by the independent Australian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP). Read more of Crash Testing Shows Improvements in Australian Small Car Safety Standards

Democrats Transport Policy Ignores Facts and Hints at Higher Petrol Prices

10.10.2001

The Australian Democrats policy to limit motorised transport fails to understand the needs of the community, the Executive Director of the Australian Automobile Association, Mr Lauchlan McIntosh said today. Read more of Democrats Transport Policy Ignores Facts and Hints at Higher Petrol Prices