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More Patching, No Planning for Roads in Budget

12.5.1998

The Australian Automobile Association has expressed disappointment at the road funding arrangements announced in tonight’s federal budget. Read more of More Patching, No Planning for Roads in Budget

Opposition Tax Measures of Limited Benefit to Motorists

4.1.1998

The additional $150 million promised for road infrastructure by the Federal Opposition has been welcomed by the Australian Automobile Association. However, disappointment was expressed by the national motoring body over Labor's failure to address the need for fuel tax reform. Read more of Opposition Tax Measures of Limited Benefit to Motorists

Tariff Hype Clouding Car Industry Debate

4.5.1997

Debate on the future of the automotive industry has become too narrowly focussed on the level of tariffs on imported cars, according to the Australian Automobile Association. The national motoring body has supported calls last week by the South Australian Premier and Access Economics for a review of the wholesale sales tax system. Read more of Tariff Hype Clouding Car Industry Debate

Radical Road Reforms Proposed

15.2.1997

The Australian Automobile Association has called for far reaching changes to Commonwealth road funding arrangements, claiming that the existing system is not delivering the best returns because of its highly politicised nature. Read more of Radical Road Reforms Proposed

Petrol Prices to Go Up Again

28.7.1996

The Australian Automobile Association has warned motorists they will soon be paying more for petrol as the Federal Government continues to increase excise taxes. Read more of Petrol Prices to Go Up Again