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AAA Puts Plan to Government to Protect Motorists from GST Rise

23.6.2000

The Australian Automobile Association has asked the Government to initially cover the full 8.2-cent per litre reduction in petrol prices to ensure there is no increase as a result of the GST. Read more of AAA Puts Plan to Government to Protect Motorists from GST Rise

Petrol Prices to Rise as a Result of the GST

23.6.2000

The Australian Automobile Association has called on the Federal Government to urgently review its GST Petrol Excise Reduction scheme. Read more of Petrol Prices to Rise as a Result of the GST

AAA Report Does Not Support Beattie Position on Petrol Prices

13.6.2000

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) has rejected claims by Queensland Premier, Peter Beattie, that its report on the New South Wales Petrol Rebate Scheme shows oil companies have not passed on the full rebate to motorists in Queensland. Read more of AAA Report Does Not Support Beattie Position on Petrol Prices

Worldwide Motoring Conference in Edinburgh

6.6.2000

More than 250 delegates from 63 organisations in 46 countries including Australia are meeting in Edinburgh, Scotland, this week to discuss motoring and tourism issues. Read more of Worldwide Motoring Conference in Edinburgh

Falls in Petrol Prices Slow to Reach Country Motorists

16.5.2000

The latest monthly survey of petrol prices for April has shown a substantial fall in prices in capital cities, reflecting recent drops in world oil prices, but the lower prices have not yet flowed on to many country centres. Read more of Falls in Petrol Prices Slow to Reach Country Motorists

Motorists Looking for Long Term Infrastructure Commitment in Budget

9.5.2000

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) will be looking for a long-term commitment to road funding in the federal Budget tonight. Read more of Motorists Looking for Long Term Infrastructure Commitment in Budget