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National Leadership Can Bring Results on Road Safety

8.8.2005

Australia can benefit from national leadership to ensure road safety targets are met, Australia’s peak motoring body claimed today. Read more of National Leadership Can Bring Results on Road Safety

Blanket Speed Limit Reductions Not Supported by Australian Motorists

17.7.2005

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) says that blanket speed limit reductions in Tasmania are not the answer to reducing the road toll. Read more of Blanket Speed Limit Reductions Not Supported by Australian Motorists

Young Drivers and Road Safety Attract International Attention

17.6.2005

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) today welcomed the initiative of the FIA Foundation for Automobile and Society in bringing together world experts in an international policy forum entitled “Road Safety and Young Drivers” in Budapest this week. Read more of Young Drivers and Road Safety Attract International Attention

Safer Cars for All World Markets

8.6.2005

The Executive Director of Australia’s peak motoring body today called on an international congress to ensure motorists world-wide know about the latest vehicle safety features when making their car purchases. Read more of Safer Cars for All World Markets

Curtain Airbags Should be Used for Head Protection in Vehicle Side Impacts

1.6.2005

Latest crash test results released today show that airbag protection for the head should be encouraged when purchasing vehicles to protect against serious injury in vehicle side impacts Read more of Curtain Airbags Should be Used for Head Protection in Vehicle Side Impacts

AAA Welcomes Government Rejection of Fuel Indexation

14.5.2005

The Australian Automobile Association has welcomed the Government’s decision to reject the re-introduction of fuel indexation. Read more of AAA Welcomes Government Rejection of Fuel Indexation