Media releases about corporate-related topics.
6 August 2020
The AA is warning motorists they could face significant delays if they wait for the government’s October 10 deadline to renew their car’s Warrant of Fitness (WoF).
26 June 2020
The Automobile Association and New Zealand Red Cross have released a range of new first aid kits they hope will raise the bar for self-help supplies nationwide.
24 June 2020
After weeks of heavy demand, the Tauranga AA Centre team is excited to offer locals a new service, which will help them enrol online to vote in this year’s election.
7 April 2020
AA Auto Glass is now available at Level 4 for urgent vehicle windscreen repairs, replacements and calibration services:
2 April 2020
AA Auto Centres in 15 locations nationwide are now available for appointment-only Warrant of Fitness (WoF) and urgent repairs for vehicles involved in essential services, and their supply chains.
30 November 2018
The AA is reminding Kiwi drivers hitting the roads overseas this summer to check if they need an International Driving Permit, with an increasing number of countries now making them mandatory.
19 November 2018
The AA and ACC have joined forces to expand on-road coaching for motorcyclists. AA Driving School is now a facilitator of the ACC-funded Ride Forever programme, with courses currently being rolled out in Waikato, Manawatu, Wellington, Otago and Southland. ACC research has found riders who complete a Ride Forever course are 27 per cent less likely to submit a claim with ACC, than riders who haven’t completed a course. Almost 20,000 riders have been through Ride Forever since its 2009 launch.
29 October 2018
The AA is today sounding a warning to Kiwi motorists who are resorting to using their cars less because of rising fuel costs.
23 October 2018
The AA is urging Kiwis to get behind the country’s hidden gems and local favourites with the launch of a new 101 Must-Do’s This Summer list.