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Current National Road Safety Strategy Failure

6.11.2009

Australia’s peak motoring organisation, the Australian Automobile Association, has called for a broad public debate on how to decrease fatalities on Australia’s roads in the lead up to development of a new 10-year National Road Safety Strategy (NRSS). Read more of Current National Road Safety Strategy Failure

Road Pricing on Reform Agenda

16.10.2009

Australian Automobile Association (AAA) is very pleased that road pricing has been placed on the tax reform agenda by the Secretary of the Treasury, Dr Ken Henry. Read more of Road Pricing on Reform Agenda

Safety Warning for Imported Utes

29.9.2009

Australia's peak motoring organisation, the Australian Automobile Association, has called on new car buyers to ensure safety is a priority in making their purchases, following the release of poor safety ratings for three low-cost imported utilities. Read more of Safety Warning for Imported Utes

Road Fatalities up in 2009

17.9.2009

Australia's peak motoring organisation, the Australian Automobile Association, has called on the Federal Government to expedite its road safety strategies, warning the national road toll is likely to be higher in 2009 than the previous year. Read more of Road Fatalities up in 2009

AAA Rejects Call for Excise Increase

18.8.2009

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA), Australia’s peak motoring body, today rejected calls for an increase in petrol excise as part of a broad proposal to the Henry Tax Review to introduce road user charges. Read more of AAA Rejects Call for Excise Increase

keys2drive Tasmanian Rollout Gathers Momentum

2.7.2009

An important new driver training program, currently rolling out in Tasmania, is providing supervising drivers with the chance to learn how to teach their learners to drive. Read more of keys2drive Tasmanian Rollout Gathers Momentum