4 September 2018
The New Zealand Automobile Association and NZME’s Driven are thrilled at the positive response to the new premier AA Driven New Zealand Car of the Year Awards for 2018.
24 August 2018
The AA is cautiously welcoming today’s announcement from the Government to rein in wheel clampers by regulating a maximum clamping penalty of $100, but believes more needs to be done to regulate the industry.
25 July 2018
AA Travel and Tourism General Manager Greig Leighton has tonight presented Himatangi Beach Holiday Park in the Manawatu the supreme award of New Zealand’s Best Holiday Park.
19 July 2018
Volvo and Mazda's new SUVs have hit the New Zealand market with 5 star safety ratings from the Australasia New Car Assessment Programme (ANCAP) - in spite of increased testing standards.
18 July 2018
The New Zealand Automobile Association welcomes the launch of EVRoam, a platform that will give EV (Electric Vehicle) drivers peace of mind in knowing exactly where their next charge is coming from.
3 July 2018
AA Driving School and Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) have launched a new programme which will help Trades and Hospitality students gain their driver licences – so greatly improving their chances of employment.
2 July 2018
Auckland parents and some schools actively discourage children from walking and cycling to school due to a lack of safety infrastructure, AA surveys have found. The findings – from surveys of AA Members and working directly with some central Auckland schools over the past two years – highlight the desperate need for Auckland Transport (AT) to invest in simple safety infrastructure like road signs around schools. With new funding earmarked from the Regional Land Transport Plan (RLTP), this will hopefully change.
21 June 2018
The AA is welcoming the latest Nielsen readership figures which show a surge in readers of New Zealand’s best-loved magazine AA Directions – which is now read by more than 900,000 Kiwis.
18 June 2018
In June we celebrate both Matariki and the shortest day of the year (21 June), but Kiwis will still need to drive to winter conditions for several months with what is often the coldest time yet to come.