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50,000 Lessons Delivering Better Drivers for Our Roads

20.12.2011

The driver training program keys2drive has delivered its 50,000th free lesson to novice drivers across Australia. Read more of 50,000 Lessons Delivering Better Drivers for Our Roads

AAA Urges Action on Fuel Price Signs

21.11.2011

The peak national motorist organisation, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), is concerned drivers are being misled by fuel price signage displayed at many service stations and is calling for greater price transparency. Read more of AAA Urges Action on Fuel Price Signs

Fairer Tax Deal Needed for Motorists

29.9.2011

The peak national motoring organisation, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), will urge next week's Tax Forum to support a fairer deal for motorists, ensuring that road transport tax revenues be dedicated to fund stronger investment in transport infrastructure. Read more of Fairer Tax Deal Needed for Motorists

Action Needed on Vehicle Service and Repair Costs

28.9.2011

The peak national motoring organisation, the Australian Automobile Association (AAA), has urged the Federal Government to act decisively to ensure that motorists are guaranteed the right to choose where they have their vehicle serviced, maintained and repaired. Read more of Action Needed on Vehicle Service and Repair Costs

Motorists Must Be Able to Choose Where They Have Their Vehicle Serviced and Repaired

20.9.2011

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA) has urged the Federal Government to enact legislation to oblige vehicle manufacturers provide servicing and repair information to ensure that motorists have the right to choose where they have their vehicle serviced, maintained and repaired. Read more of Motorists Must Be Able to Choose Where They Have Their Vehicle Serviced and Repaired

AAA Welcomes the Debate on Motoring Taxation

20.9.2011

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA), looks forward to participating in the Tax Forum on the 4th and 5th of October. AAA will strongly put forward the case at the Forum that any reform of fuel tax and other motoring taxes, charges and fees should ensure that there is no net increase in the overall cost of motoring. Motorists are already heavily overtaxed, given the combination of fuel excise and the various fixed taxes imposed at the Federal and State levels. Read more of AAA Welcomes the Debate on Motoring Taxation