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18.11.2005 Australia's National Highways Rated For Safety The AAA today released its ratings of Australia's national road network in a further bid to highlight the state of Australia's roads – a major factor in the national road safety results.
10.11.2005 Australian Petrol Prices Still Too High Australian petrol prices have reached historically high levels against international benchmarks, in direct contrast to claims that high prices are an international reality.
2.11.2005 Regional Petrol Prices at Record Levels The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) today released figures which demonstrate that the gap between city and regional petrol prices reached record highs during October 2005.
20.9.2005 Oil Companies Remain Silent on Petrol Prices The Australian Automobile Association today called on oil companies to explain to Australian motorists why petrol is so expensive when government and other charges have remained relatively stable.
8.6.2005 Safer Cars for all World Markets The Executive Director of Australia’s peak motoring body today called on an international congress to ensure motorists world-wide know about the latest vehicle safety features when making their car purchases.
2.5.2005 Road Rage One of Many Concerns for Drivers Australian motorists are increasingly concerned about the aggressive behaviour and attitude of other motorists on the road, according to ANOP research released today.
19.2.2005 AusLink Timetable Needed The Executive Director of the Australian Automobile Association (AAA),
Lauchlan McIntosh calls on the Federal Government not to delay road and
rail funding under AusLink.