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Australia's National Highways Rated for Safety

18.11.2005

The Australian Automobile Association 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. Read more of Australia's National Highways Rated for Safety

Australian Petrol Prices Still Too High

10.11.2005

Australian petrol prices have reached historically high levels against international benchmarks, in direct contrast to claims that high prices are an international reality. Read more of Australian Petrol Prices Still Too High

Regional Petrol Prices at Record Levels

2.11.2005

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. Read more of Regional Petrol Prices at Record Levels

Petrol Price Gouging in Regional Australia has Nothing to do with World Oil Prices

11.10.2005

The Australian Automobile Association released graphs today showing that petrol prices in regional centres were not only impacted by world oil prices but newly established high domestic margins. Read more of Petrol Price Gouging in Regional Australia has Nothing to do with World Oil Prices

Oil Companies Remain Silent on Petrol Prices

20.9.2005

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. Read more of Oil Companies Remain Silent on Petrol Prices

Record Petrol Prices - Please Explain!

12.9.2005

The Service Station Association has warned that petrol prices could reach $1.45 per litre this week. Australian motorists want governments and oil companies to explain why prices should go this high and where motorists’ extra petrol dollars have gone? Read more of Record Petrol Prices - Please Explain!