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Car Plan to Reduce Deaths Welcomed

2.6.2006

Australia’s peak motoring organisation—the Australian Automobile Association (AAA)—today welcomed the announcement by Federal Roads Minister, Jim Lloyd that the Government will put in place an action plan to accelerate the uptake of Electronic Stability Control (ESC) in all new vehicles. Read more of Car Plan to Reduce Deaths Welcomed

Increased Road Funding Welcomed

10.5.2006

Australia’s peak motoring organisation – the Australian Automobile Association – tonight welcomed the increased road funding to be paid immediately, as announced in the Budget. Read more of Increased Road Funding Welcomed

Easter Road Deaths "Predictable and Unnecessary"

18.4.2006

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) - Australia's peak motoring body representing some six million motorists - today called on governments to use continuing Budget surpluses to increase investment in Australia's roads to make them safer in a bid to save lives. Read more of Easter Road Deaths "Predictable and Unnecessary"

Easter Holidays - Think Before You Drive

13.4.2006

Think Before You Drive – be careful on our roads this Easter. That’s the message coming from the Australian Automobile Association and the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association in the run up to the hectic Easter holiday period. Read more of Easter Holidays - Think Before You Drive

Government Eyes are Off the Road

3.4.2006

Australia’s peak motoring body has called on State and Federal Governments to speed up road safety initiatives to make Australian roads, cars and drivers safer. Read more of Government Eyes are Off the Road

Think Before You Drive

29.3.2006

Australia’s motoring clubs have joined forces with Australian Formula One Grand Prix driver, Mark Webber, at the Australian launch of the global road safety program, Think Before You Drive. Read more of Think Before You Drive