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Mandating ESC Will Save Lives

23.6.2009

Australia’s peak motoring organisation, the Australian Automobile Association, today welcomed the Federal Government’s announcement it will mandate the internationally recognised vehicle safety technology, Electronic Stability Control, from November 2011. Read more of Mandating ESC Will Save Lives

Unlocking keys2drive in Tasmania

19.6.2009

keys2drive, a new national learner driver program which aims to make newly licensed drivers much safer, has commenced in Tasmania. Read more of Unlocking keys2drive in Tasmania

ACCC Should Look at Caltex Buyout

27.5.2009

Australia's peak motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association, has called on the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission to ensure motorists are not disadvantaged by today's announcement that Caltex will buy out 302 Mobil service station sites. Read more of ACCC Should Look at Caltex Buyout

US Brings in New Fuel Efficiency Standards

25.5.2009

Australia’s peak motoring organisation, the Australian Automobile Association, has welcomed today’s announcement by US President Barack Obama of a toughening of fuel efficiency and emission standards for American vehicles. Read more of US Brings in New Fuel Efficiency Standards

Budget Tackles Urban Transport and Safety

12.5.2009

Australia’s peak motoring organisation, the Australian Automobile Association, is pleased to see the Rudd Government commit $3.4 billion to road infrastructure projects as part of its $8.5 billion in new funding towards the development of road, rail and port infrastructure around the country. Read more of Budget Tackles Urban Transport and Safety

"New" Funds Needed for Infrastructure Projects

29.4.2009

Australia's peak motoring organisation, the Australian Automobile Association, has called on the Federal Government to release additional funding for new infrastructure projects in the upcoming Budget – over and above previous commitments. Read more of "New" Funds Needed for Infrastructure Projects