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Peter Brock will be Sadly Missed

8.9.2006

The death of Peter Brock in a crash today was a tragedy, the Executive Director of the Australian Automobile Association, Lauchlan McIntosh said. Read more of Peter Brock will be Sadly Missed

AAA Executive Director to Stand Down

28.8.2006

The President of the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), Ron Gray, today announced that Lauchlan McIntosh, the Executive Director since 1994, would complete his service with the AAA at the end of December this year. Read more of AAA Executive Director to Stand Down

AAA Welcomes Government Announcement on LPG/Ethanol

14.8.2006

The Australian Automobile Association – Australia's peak motoring body – has welcomed measures announced by the Federal Government today to assist motorists in responding to high petrol prices. Read more of AAA Welcomes Government Announcement on LPG/Ethanol

AAA Welcomes Holden Decision on ESC

21.6.2006

The Australian Automobile Association – Australia’s peak motoring body – today welcomed the announcement by Holden that its Holden Commodore will be the first Australian-made range with Electronic Stability Control as standard. Read more of AAA Welcomes Holden Decision on ESC

Petrol Prices Skyrocket for Long Weekend

8.6.2006

Petrol prices have reached record highs ahead of the June long weekend according to the Australian Automobile Association (AAA)—Australia’s peak motoring body. Read more of Petrol Prices Skyrocket for Long Weekend

Road Deaths Second Biggest Global Killer

7.6.2006

The Australian Automobile Association today welcomed the international call for G8 countries to support a global campaign to bring down the number of road deaths worldwide – some 1.2 million deaths a year. Read more of Road Deaths Second Biggest Global Killer