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AAA welcomes ACCC action against Volkswagen Group

1.9.2016

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) says the ACCC’s decision to institute proceedings in the Federal Court against Volkswagen Group Australia is an important step in the process of delivering affected vehicle owners the clarity they deserve. Read more of AAA welcomes ACCC action against Volkswagen Group

Government must re-examine all costs of emissions regulations

29.8.2016

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) has called upon the Federal Government to re-explore all costs and benefits associated with proposed vehicle emissions regulations. Read more of Government must re-examine all costs of emissions regulations

New data shows true cost of transport

22.8.2016

The release of Australia’s first Transport Affordability Index by the Australian Automobile Association (AAA) reveals the average Australian family is spending up to $22,000 every year to get around. Read more of New data shows true cost of transport

Treatment of Australian VW customers highlights need for real-world independent emissions testing

17.8.2016

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) today renewed its call for Volkswagen Group (VW) to explain why Australian customers are less important than those in the USA, and for the Australian Government to commit to real-world emissions testing of new vehicles. Read more of Treatment of Australian VW customers highlights need for real-world independent emissions testing

Vehicle emissions: AAA puts top sellers to real-world tests

3.8.2016

Australia’s peak motoring body is putting top selling vehicles to real world, on-road emissions tests in the wake of a spate of allegations that Volkswagen Group and other vehicle manufacturers have cheated on testing or otherwise misreported the performance of their vehicles. Read more of Vehicle emissions: AAA puts top sellers to real-world tests

Time for strong government action as roads claim 99 more lives

29.7.2016

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) is calling on government to renew its focus on road safety as a new report shows 99 more Australians were killed in the year to June 2016 than in the previous year. Alarmingly, the Government’s target of reducing deaths and serious injuries by 30 per cent through the decade to 2020, is slipping further out of reach. Read more of Time for strong government action as roads claim 99 more lives