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100,000 Free Driving Lessons Delivered Through Keys2drive - Joint Media Release

13.7.2012

Free driving instruction for learner drivers under the Gillard Government’s keys2drive initiative are being enthusiastically taken up with 100,000 lessons now delivered. Read more of 100,000 Free Driving Lessons Delivered Through Keys2drive - Joint Media Release

Fuel Price Board Overhaul Provides A Breakthrough For Motorists

6.7.2012

The national motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), has welcomed as a major step forward to empower motorists, an agreement to begin development of a national standard for fuel price boards. Read more of Fuel Price Board Overhaul Provides A Breakthrough For Motorists

Support for Action On Fuel Price Boards

28.6.2012

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) has given strong support to moves by the Federal Government to implement national standards for fuel price boards. Read more of Support for Action On Fuel Price Boards

Road Safety Anniversary Marked By Cut In Federal Funding

11.5.2012

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) has criticised the Federal Government for drastically cutting road funding in the same week it marks the anniversary of the start of the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety. Read more of Road Safety Anniversary Marked By Cut In Federal Funding

Motorists shortchanged in Federal Budget

8.5.2012

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) is concerned a reduction in road infrastructure investment in this year's Federal Budget will undermine efforts to improve road safety. Read more of Motorists shortchanged in Federal Budget

This election, Australians demand better roads

21.4.2012

Australia's peak motoring organisation the Australian Automobile Association (AAA) has launched a major advocacy and advertising campaign this election year to highlight the need for stronger investment in roads and to seek a better deal for motorists. Read more of This election, Australians demand better roads