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Motoring Groups Support Road Funding Reform to Improve Liveability

22.5.2015

The peak national motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), has welcomed a new report from Infrastructure Australia highlighting the need for better long term planning and a new approach to road funding, capable of delivering improved liveability for the community. Read more of Motoring Groups Support Road Funding Reform to Improve Liveability

Budget: Motorists Welcome Continued Commitment to Transport Infrastructure Investment

13.5.2015

The peak national motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), is encouraged the Federal Budget has maintained funding commitments to vital transport infrastructure and reaffirmed the need for these projects to be rolled out as quickly as possible. Read more of Budget: Motorists Welcome Continued Commitment to Transport Infrastructure Investment

Improvements Still Needed to Address Australia’s Road Toll

30.4.2015

The peak national motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), has released new analysis revealing Western Australia, South Australia and Tasmania are falling behind other jurisdictions when it comes to reducing road deaths. Read more of Improvements Still Needed to Address Australia’s Road Toll

Consumers should be the first priority in the car buying process

16.4.2015

The peak national body representing the motoring consumer, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), has welcomed Federal Government moves to review vehicle import restrictions. Read more of Consumers should be the first priority in the car buying process

ACCC Report Highlights Fuel Market Concerns

26.2.2015

The peak national body representing the motoring consumer, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), has welcomed the consumer watchdog’s first quarterly report into the Australian fuel market. Read more of ACCC Report Highlights Fuel Market Concerns

New Chief Executive of Australian Automobile Association

25.2.2015

The Board of the Australian Automobile Association (AAA) is pleased to announce Mr Michael Bradley has been appointed the organisation’s new Chief Executive. Read more of New Chief Executive of Australian Automobile Association