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AAA Welcomes keys2drive Initiative

9.11.2007

Australia’s peak motoring organisation, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), today welcomed the ALP’s announcement of $17 million over 4 years to support an innovative driver education program named keys2drive. The program will provide a free professional driving lesson by a qualified instructor for Learner drivers when they bring their supervising driver to the lesson. Read more of AAA Welcomes keys2drive Initiative

More Funds for Black Link Roads

8.11.2007

Australia’s peak motoring organisation, the Australian Automobile Association, today called on all political parties to take a positive move towards lowering the national road fatality rate by focussing on “black link” sections of national highway which have a proven history of crashes, injuries and fatalities. Read more of More Funds for Black Link Roads

Motorists Support P-Plate Restrictions

22.10.2007

Australian motorists believe P-Plate drivers should have greater restrictions placed on them in a bid to lower the high crash rates among young drivers. Read more of Motorists Support P-Plate Restrictions

Motorists Don't Want Toll Roads

10.10.2007

57 per cent of motorists are strongly against building more toll roads, according to the latest Australian Automobile Association (AAA) results from a national survey it commissioned. Read more of Motorists Don't Want Toll Roads

AAA Welcome Road Funds for Bruce Highway

4.10.2007

The Australian Automobile Association – Australia’s peak motoring organisation – today welcomed the Federal Government’s announcement of $2 billion in funding for the Bruce Highway in Queensland. Read more of AAA Welcome Road Funds for Bruce Highway

Australian Motorists' Concerns

10.9.2007

Australian motorists are spending more time worrying about the behaviour of other drivers, according to the latest research into driver attitudes and concerns released by the Australian Automobile Association today. Read more of Australian Motorists' Concerns