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Australia’s Best Cars Finalists Announced

14.11.2008

Australia’s most thorough, independent, consumer-oriented new car awards program, Australia’s Best Cars, has announced the finalists in the 2008 national awards. Read more of Australia’s Best Cars Finalists Announced

AAA Tells Henry Review to Abolish Fuel Excise

13.11.2008

Australia’s peak motoring organisation, the Australian Automobile Association, has called on the Federal Government to abolish fuel tax and replace it with a universal road user charge. Read more of AAA Tells Henry Review to Abolish Fuel Excise

Tariff Cut a Good Result for Motorists

10.11.2008

Australia's peak motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), has congratulated the Federal Government for cutting vehicle tariffs to 5 per cent as part of its new car plan announced today in response to the Bracks' Review of the Australian Automotive Industry. Read more of Tariff Cut a Good Result for Motorists

Barina Good But Could Be Better

6.11.2008

Australia’s peak motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association, has called on manufacturers to continue to upgrade safety features after the Holden Barina regained its 4-star safety rating under the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP). Read more of Barina Good But Could Be Better

Government Vague on Excise Cuts Under CPRS

16.9.2008

Australia’s peak motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), has called on the Federal Government to explain how fuel excise will be cut to offset the price impact of emissions trading. Read more of Government Vague on Excise Cuts Under CPRS

Need for Uniform Vehicle Safety Standards

22.8.2008

Australia’s peak motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association, has called for uniform vehicle safety standards across Australia in light of a Victorian report calling for greater government involvement to improve vehicle safety. Read more of Need for Uniform Vehicle Safety Standards