Automobile Association says government’s approach to the cost of road trauma is ‘neither effective nor proportionate’

Road crashes are costing Australian society almost $30bn a year, a new report estimates.

The Australian Automobile Association (AAA), which commissioned the report, is warning that efforts to reduce road trauma are failing, and calls on the federal government to show leadership and boost safety funding.

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