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AAA Supports Telstra ‘Phone Safe – Drive Safe’ Campaign

20.12.2001

The Australian Automobile Association has given its support to a new road safety initiative launched today in Sydney by Telstra, "Phone Safe – Drive Safe". Read more of AAA Supports Telstra ‘Phone Safe – Drive Safe’ Campaign

Withdrawal Of Toyota TV Ads Welcomed

20.12.2001

The Australian Automobile Association has today welcomed a decision by Toyota Australia to withdraw their new television advertisement for the Corolla. Read more of Withdrawal Of Toyota TV Ads Welcomed

AAA Backs Government Calls To End "Speed" Advertising

19.12.2001

The Australian Automobile Association has welcomed the intervention of the Federal Government today in the debate over speed advertising by motor vehicle manufacturers and distributors. Read more of AAA Backs Government Calls To End "Speed" Advertising

AAA Calls For Ban On ‘Speed’ Advertising

13.12.2001

The Australian Automobile Association has called on motor vehicle suppliers to immediately withdraw advertising using speed and aggressive driving from all media. Read more of AAA Calls For Ban On ‘Speed’ Advertising

Labor Shows No Serious Commitment To Long-Term Road Safety Strategy

8.11.2001

The Australian Automobile Association has expressed disappointment with the ALP’s Transport Policy, and in particular, the decision to end Black Spot funding after the current financial year. Read more of Labor Shows No Serious Commitment To Long-Term Road Safety Strategy

Robert L. Darbelnet New President Of The AIT, Lauchlan McIntosh Appointed Treasurer Of The AIT

5.11.2001

Robert L. Darbelnet has been elected President of the AIT for a three-year term of office at the 2001 AIT General Assembly held in Cologne, Germany. Australia's AAA Executive Director, Lauchlan McIntosh, has been appointed Treasurer of AIT, replacing Mr. Darbelnet who previously held the position. Read more of Robert L. Darbelnet New President Of The AIT, Lauchlan McIntosh Appointed Treasurer Of The AIT