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As dangerous as drink driving, so why is it so common?

6.10.2017

A recent survey of road users by Keep Australia Moving showed that while the dangers of mobile phone distraction while driving are well known, younger drivers in particular are still using their phones behind the wheel, and they’re less afraid of being caught. Read more of As dangerous as drink driving, so why is it so common?

Road Safety: Australia’s $29.7 Billion Car Crash

11.9.2017

Australia’s peak motoring body has released a study showing road crashes cost the Australian economy almost $30 billion annually, and an accompanying list of federal policy interventions urgently needed to reduce deaths and injury. Read more of Road Safety: Australia’s $29.7 Billion Car Crash

AAA Welcomes Road Safety Inquiry Appointments

8.9.2017

Australia’s peak motoring body has welcomed the appointment of Associate Professor Jeremy Woolley and Dr John Crozier to co-chair the Australian Government inquiry into the effectiveness of the National Road Safety Strategy. Read more of AAA Welcomes Road Safety Inquiry Appointments

Mike Mrdak AO: Thank you, from Australia’s motorists

7.9.2017

Australia’s peak motoring organisation, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA) wishes to thank Mike Mrdak AO for his great contribution over many years to Australia’s transport and infrastructure landscape, most recently in his role as Secretary of the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development. Read more of Mike Mrdak AO: Thank you, from Australia’s motorists

ACCC confirms AAA and consumer concerns

10.8.2017

Australia’s peak motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA) today congratulated the ACCC on its draft report into the new car retailing market, which shines a light on the challenges facing consumers in buying and running a new car. Read more of ACCC confirms AAA and consumer concerns

Regional household transport costs measured for the first time

7.8.2017

For the first time the transport pressures faced by regional Australian families will be tracked, as the nation’s peak motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA) includes key regional centres in its Transport Affordability Index. Read more of Regional household transport costs measured for the first time