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Motorists support fuel market court action

20.8.2014

The peak national motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), strongly supports the court action taken by the consumer watchdog in relation to price sharing information in the fuel market and is concerned motorists may have been paying too much. Read more of Motorists support fuel market court action

Motorists already paying too much

7.8.2014

The peak national motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), has responded to the ACCC’s comments on road funding reform at a time when the Federal Government is proposing to increase taxes on motorists. Read more of Motorists already paying too much

Federal Budget - Motorists welcome commitment to promote safer cars

21.5.2014

The peak national motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), has welcomed the Federal Government's commitment to provide additional funding to vehicle crash testing body, ANCAP, for a further two years. Read more of Federal Budget - Motorists welcome commitment to promote safer cars

Federal Budget - Motorists demand a fair deal

13.5.2014

The peak national motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), says this Budget falls well short of what motorists want. Read more of Federal Budget - Motorists demand a fair deal

Federal Budget - Government must rule out an increase in fuel tax

8.5.2014

The peak national motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), has called on the Federal Government to rule out media reports that the Budget could see an increase in fuel tax. Read more of Federal Budget - Government must rule out an increase in fuel tax

Petrol Industry Inquiry Must Result In Real Action Not More Talk

4.5.2014

The national motorist organisation, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), is encouraged the ACCC is turning its focus to examining the fuel industry but is concerned this investigation will do little to improve information for ordinary drivers needing to fill up their cars. Read more of Petrol Industry Inquiry Must Result In Real Action Not More Talk