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AAA Welcomes New Ethanol Labelling Requirements

17.12.2002

The Australian Automobile Association has welcomed today’s Cabinet decision to require labelling of ethanol blended petrol showing the percentage of ethanol present in the blend. Read more of AAA Welcomes New Ethanol Labelling Requirements

Automotive Industry Assistance Should Be Tied To Outcomes

13.12.2002

The Australian Automobile Association has welcomed the general thrust of the Government’s response to the Productivity Commission report on the Auto Industry, but at the same time warned that continued assistance should be conditional. Read more of Automotive Industry Assistance Should Be Tied To Outcomes

New Vehicle Advertising Code in Force from Today

2.12.2002

The Australian Automobile Association has welcomed the introduction of a new, more relevant Advertising Code of Practice for motor vehicle advertising which comes into force today. The new code effectively ensures advertisers can no longer show activities in vehicles that would breach road rules and regulations in Australia, no matter where the activity is depicted. Read more of New Vehicle Advertising Code in Force from Today

Youth Forum Identifies Peer Pressure as A Major Road Safety Issue

18.11.2002

Peer pressure to drive faster and take risks was one of a number of key road safety issues identified at an Australian Automobile Association Youth Forum, held in Adelaide today at the AAA annual conference. Read more of Youth Forum Identifies Peer Pressure as A Major Road Safety Issue

AUSLINK Green Paper Is a Botched Opportunity

15.11.2002

The CEO's of the State and Territory motoring clubs, representing 6.4 million motorists, have today expressed concern that the Federal Governments AUSLINK Green Paper could lead to the Commonwealth walking away from their responsibilities to the road network. Read more of AUSLINK Green Paper Is a Botched Opportunity

Motoring Clubs To Meet To Consider AUSLINK Proposal

7.11.2002

The State and Territory motoring clubs will meet in Adelaide next week to consider the AUSLINK Green Paper, released today in Sydney by Transport Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, John Anderson. Read more of Motoring Clubs To Meet To Consider AUSLINK Proposal