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ANCAP Funding Good News for Motorists

6.6.2010

Australia's peak motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association, today welcomed the Federal Government's announcement it will provide $5 million in funding to the Australasian New Car Assessment Program, to allow for more crash tests and safety ratings of new cars. Read more of ANCAP Funding Good News for Motorists

ACT receives the keys to safer driving

31.5.2010

ACT learner drivers will be provided with a free driving lesson by a professional instructor through a new road safety program. Read more of ACT receives the keys to safer driving

Queensland Receives the Keys to Safer Driving

14.5.2010

Queensland learner drivers will be provided with a free driving lesson by a professional instructor through a new road safety program. Read more of Queensland Receives the Keys to Safer Driving

Steady As She Goes Road Budget

11.5.2010

Australia’s peak motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), tonight acknowledged the ongoing commitment to building road infrastructure as part of the Federal Government’s “steady as she goes” budget. Read more of Steady As She Goes Road Budget

Road User Charge A Priority Issue

5.5.2010

Australia's peak motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association, has called on the Federal Government to fast-track the debate on road user charging, saying private motorists continue to pay more than their fair share to use Australian roads. Read more of Road User Charge A Priority Issue

Western Australia receives the keys to safer driving

3.5.2010

keys2drive, the new national learner driver safety program was today launched in Adelaide by Mr Steve Georganas MP, Member for Hindmarsh and AAA President, Ms Freda Crucitti. Read more of Western Australia receives the keys to safer driving