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AAA Rejects Motor Industry Advertising Code

19.5.2002

The Executive Director of the Australian Automobile Association, Lauchlan McIntosh, has asked the Federal Government to reject a Motor Industry Advertising Code recently developed and apparently adopted by the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI). Read more of AAA Rejects Motor Industry Advertising Code

Time For Government Intervention On Motor Vehicle Advertising

27.3.2002

The Australian Automobile Association has accused the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI) and the motor industry of deliberately delaying the introduction of guidelines for motor vehicle advertising. AAA Executive Director, Lauchlan McIntosh, said the FCAI’s decision to conduct extensive national consumer research into the subject before developing guidelines was a lame excuse that could effectively delay any action on the issue for the rest of the year. Read more of Time For Government Intervention On Motor Vehicle Advertising

AAA Welcomes AusLink Plan

25.2.2002

The Australian Automobile Association has welcomed the shift to a more strategic long-term approach to transport infrastructure outlined in the AusLink plan announced by Transport Minister, John Anderson, last night. Read more of AAA Welcomes AusLink Plan

Road Safety Requires Holistic Approach

25.2.2002

In a speech today to the International Journal of Crashworthiness Conference in Melbourne - ICRASH 2002 – the Executive Director of the Australian Automobile Association, Lauchlan McIntosh, has called for a holistic approach to road safety Read more of Road Safety Requires Holistic Approach

Call To Eliminate ‘High-Risk’ Sections Of The National Highway

25.1.2002

A report released today by the Australian Automobile Association into the priorities and safety of the National Highway System (NHS) has found that it is no safer to travel on than other roads in Australia. Read more of Call To Eliminate ‘High-Risk’ Sections Of The National Highway