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Nose-To-Tail Collisions The Most Common In Australia: AAMI

Australian motorists may have a problem with tailgating, if the latest AAMI Crash Index is anything to go by.

Australia’s Worst Collision Hot Spots 2015: AAMI

Insurer AAMI has released its annual list of Australia’s worst collision hot-spots, showing improvement in some areas and several repeat offe...

The Week That Was: Lexus GS And LS, EV Survey, Tesla Melbourne Store

Lexus announced a 2015 upgrade for its GS and LS ranges this week, bringing more standard safety and infotainment gear along with a stiffer structu...

AAMI Finds Majority Of Young Drivers Distracted, Launches App

Insurer AAMI has found the vast majority of young drivers report being distracted at some point while behind the wheel.

AAMI Begins Research Into Distracted Driving

Insurer AAMI has announced that it will commence research into how to stigmatise mobile phone use among drivers to help reduce the frequency of acc...

Young Drivers Not Getting The Mobile Message: Study

A new survey on young driver behaviour has found that while few are sending text messages from behind the wheel, many continue to look at their pho...

Nose-To-Tail And Parked Car Collisions Most Common In Australia: AAMI

Nose-to-tail incidents and dings with parked cars top the list of common collision types on Australian roads, according to AAMI.&nbs...

Australia’s Worst Collision Hot Spots 2014: AAMI

AAMI has released data on the worst collision hot spots Australia’s capital cities, with results that will surprise few motorists familiar wi...

AAMI And Royal North Shore Hospital Launch ‘PARTY’ Road Safety Campaign

Insurer AAMI and Sydney’s Royal North Shore Hospital (RNSH) have teamed up to launch a new road-safety campaign, aimed at young drivers.

Compulsory Third Party Insurance Reform: ACT Confirmed, On-Hold In NSW

Both the Australian Capital Territory and New South Wales have committed to reforming their respective Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance sc...

SUV Drivers The Most Aggressive On Australian Roads: AAMI

It might be the biggest-selling segment in the Australian new-car market, but a new report suggests buying an SUV brings out the worst in motorists.

Young Female Drivers More Prone To Distraction: AAMI

Young motorists are not getting the message on mobile phone distraction, the latest AAMI Young Driver Index study has found.

Research Reveals Most Common Injuries In Car Crashes: AAMI

New research by insurer AAMI offers new insight into the scope of car-related injuries around Australia.  Drawing from 10 years of data...

Male Motorists More Likely To Nod Off Behind The Wheel

Men are more likely than women to fall victim to fatigue while driving, according to new research by insurer AAMI.  Surveying 3706 Aust...

Melbourne And Sydney’s Top Accident Hot Spots Revealed: AAMI

If your daily commute includes the Glen Waverley section of Victoria's Springvale Road, it might be time to consider an alternative route.

Men Use GPS More, Morgan Freeman Favourite Guidance Voice: AAMI

The stereotypical obsession among males for new gadgets may have been borne out by a new survey from insurer AAMI.

Animal Collisions On The Rise, Kangaroos Top The List: NRMA, AAMI

New claims data from insurers NRMA and AAMI reveal that motor vehicle collisions with animals are on the rise, and kangaroos are copping the bru...

Young Drivers Get The iMessage On Drinking And Speeding, But Not Phones

New figures from insurer AAMI reveal that while young drivers are getting the message on speeding and drink-driving, they're most likely to ...

NSW Staysafe Committee Calls For Submissions On Road User Distraction

The New South Wales Government's Staysafe committee is calling on submissions from the public in its inquiry into driver and road user distr...

Rage Against The Motorist: AAMI

National insurer AAMI has released its 16th Crash Index this week, and the results are in: we motorists are a surly, unrepentant bunch of road-r...