Who are the Australian Automobile Association (AAA)?

The AAA’s constituent member clubs Operate vehicle fleets, including roadside assistance vehicles. The AAA and clubs are strong advocates for improved road safety.

What industry do AAA operate within?

Not-for-profit.

What does road safety mean to AAA?

The AAA represents the interests of its constituent member clubs, and the wider community of motorists and transport users. Improved road safety is a primary objective for the AAA’s research and advocacy programs.

Supporting actions delivered by AAA

  • Steering Committee Partner from 2014 to present.
  • Attended the NRSPP Utilities Forum in 2019 to understand key road safety issues as they relate to industry and this sector.
  • Fatigued Driving – Australian Automobile Association (AAA) Current Research includes NRSPP, MUARC and Program Partner Tip Top.
  • NRSPP and AAA continue to strongly support each other with NRSPP’s Independent Chair, Prof Barry Watson supporting several of AAA’s call for great investment and leadership by the Commonwealth regarding road safety mitigations.

Australian Automobile Association (AAA)'s Contributions to the NRSPP & Points of Contact

  • Craig NewlandDirector, Technical Services

    What are AAA’s NRSPP road safety commitments?

    1. Provide input to the NRSPP on broader consumer/motoring road safety issues.
    2. Contribute to NRSPP working groups, including via participation of subject matter experts from within the AAA’s constituent member clubs.
    3. Support the NRSPP with dissemination of information to the public.
  • Craig NewlandDirector, Technical Services

    The AAA hosted the launch of NRSPP as part of the third UN Decade of Action gathering in Melbourne at the RACV club. The program was formally launched by Prince Michael of Kent on the 5 May and featured as part of the starting of meeting.

    NRSPP wishes to acknowledge its thanks to AAA for providing such a launch platform for it to be featured at. What better way to start a collaborative program.