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Peak Motoring Body Welcomes Government’s Vehicle Emissions Commitment

2.11.2015

Australia's peak motoring body welcomes the Federal Government’s announcement that it is establishing a Ministerial Forum to consider the various issues associated with the future regulation of Australian vehicle emissions. Read more of Peak Motoring Body Welcomes Government’s Vehicle Emissions Commitment

National Peak Motoring Body Welcomes National Debate on Infrastructure

8.10.2015

Australia's peak motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), has welcomed the Federal Opposition’s commitment to establish a dedicated funding stream for transport infrastructure and its focus upon infrastructure spending ahead of next year’s election. Read more of National Peak Motoring Body Welcomes National Debate on Infrastructure

ACT Approach to Ridesharing a Win for Consumers

30.9.2015

Australia's peak motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), has welcomed the ACT Government’s decision to legalise and regulate ridesharing Read more of ACT Approach to Ridesharing a Win for Consumers

National Peak Motoring Body Welcomes ACCC Chair’s Call for Reform

4.9.2015

Australia's peak motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), has welcomed today’s comments by ACCC Chairman, Rod Sims, highlighting the need to reform transport funding. Read more of National Peak Motoring Body Welcomes ACCC Chair’s Call for Reform

Fuel Excise Deal to leave Motorists Short-Changed

23.6.2015

Australia’s peak motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), says today’s deal between the Government and the ALP to reintroduce fuel excise indexation fails to provide motorists with a fair and acceptable link between the enormous amount of taxes they pay and the return they get in road funding commitments. Read more of Fuel Excise Deal to leave Motorists Short-Changed

Tax White Paper: Motorists Deserve a Fairer Tax System

15.6.2015

The peak national motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), has used its submission to the Tax White Paper to call for major reform of motoring taxes and a road user charging model that will give motorists a fairer return for the taxes they pay. Read more of Tax White Paper: Motorists Deserve a Fairer Tax System