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AAA Welcomes Airport Parking Price Monitoring

9.4.2008

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) has welcomed the Federal Government’s announcement that the ACCC will monitor airport car parking fees. Read more of AAA Welcomes Airport Parking Price Monitoring

Working Families Pay Less for Petrol on “Cheap Tuesdays”

30.3.2008

An Australian Automobile Association analysis of petrol price cycles in the eastern mainland capital cities reveals that motorists can pay a lot less for petrol by buying on “Cheap Tuesdays”. Read more of Working Families Pay Less for Petrol on “Cheap Tuesdays”

Governments Should Purchase 4-Star Utes

27.3.2008

Australia’s peak motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association, today challenged governments to ensure their workers have safe vehicles that are 4-star rated. Read more of Governments Should Purchase 4-Star Utes

Governments Should Move to Safer Vehicle Fleets

9.3.2008

Australia’s peak motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association, has called on State and Territory Governments to ensure their vehicle fleets contain the latest safety technologies after a strong show of support by Premiers and Chief Ministers to improve vehicle safety standards. Read more of Governments Should Move to Safer Vehicle Fleets

AAA Rejects Call for Carbon Tax

6.3.2008

Australia’s peak motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association, today reiterated its support for the Federal Government’s position on a carbon emissions trading scheme, as opposed to a carbon tax. Read more of AAA Rejects Call for Carbon Tax

AAA Calls For a Long-Term Outlook

27.2.2008

Australia’s peak motoring body, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), has called on the Federal Government to conduct a comprehensive examination of Australia’s transport networks with a 20-year horizon, to ensure better connectivity between road, rail and public transport. Read more of AAA Calls For a Long-Term Outlook