Media releases about safety issues.
17 April 2014
With rain forecast to dampen a lot of New Zealand’s Easter break, the AA wants people to remember to adjust their driving if the roads are wet.
14 March 2014
As Cyclone Lusi nears New Zealand the AA advises motorists to check road conditions before travelling this weekend and to take extra care if they venture out.
27 February 2014
The greatest number of road crashes that leave people hurt in Wellington’s central city happen at less than 30km/h, according to Automobile Association research.
26 February 2014
The AA welcomes a proposed new regulation that will see all new passenger vehicles and used imports require electronic stability control (ESC).
14 February 2014
The 2014 Mazda 3 sedan and hatch has ticked all the boxes to earn the top Australasian New Car Assessment Programme (ANCAP) safety rating, but there is still room for improvement.
11 February 2014
Share the road safely is the AA’s message for national Go By Bike Day tomorrow.
10 February 2014
The AA Driving School has extended its free driving lesson programme to include Palmerston North.
31 January 2014
A carload of Pomeranian dogs is among the 197 emergency calls the Automobile Association attended so far this summer to rescue animals and children from locked cars.
28 January 2014
Talk of making the lower speed tolerance permanent is premature, says the Automobile Association.
31 December 2013
The lowest annual road toll since 1950 is not due to any one change, says the Automobile Association.