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AAA on the Road to Greener Motoring

22.2.2008

Australia’s motoring clubs have taken up the climate change challenge with the release today by the Australian Automobile Association (AAA) of its climate change statement and a package of measures aimed at cutting greenhouse gas emissions. Read more of AAA on the Road to Greener Motoring

AAA Welcomes ACCC Petrol Commissioner

17.2.2008

Australia’s peak motoring organisation, the Australian Automobile Association, today welcomed the Federal Government’s nomination of Western Australia’s Commissioner for Consumer Protection, Mr Pat Walker, as the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s first Petrol Commissioner. Read more of AAA Welcomes ACCC Petrol Commissioner

AAA Supports Fitting of ESC

28.1.2008

Australia's peak motoring body – the Australian Automobile Association – has supported international calls for the life-saving vehicle safety technology, Electronic Stability Control (ESC), to be included in all new cars by 2012. Read more of AAA Supports Fitting of ESC

Motoring Clubs’ “Please Explain” on Petrol Prices

24.1.2008

Australia’s peak motoring organisation, the Australian Automobile Association, today called on oil companies to please explain the “lag” between benchmark international oil prices and Australian pump prices. Read more of Motoring Clubs’ “Please Explain” on Petrol Prices

Consumers Should Demand Safety Features

22.1.2008

Australian motorists should be demanding the latest safety features as standard when purchasing their new cars, Australia's peak motoring body – the Australian Automobile Association – claimed today. Read more of Consumers Should Demand Safety Features

Road Deaths Up In 2007 – Time For Urgent Action

14.1.2008

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) – Australia's peak motoring body representing some six million motorists – today called on governments to make Australian roads safer and lower the 2007 national fatality rate of 1,611 deaths, which is an increase on the previous year. Read more of Road Deaths Up In 2007 – Time For Urgent Action