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New Melbourne location tops AAMI's National Crash Index

New data from national insurer AAMI’s 2018 Crash Index revealed the most common car accident locations across Australia, with Melbourne’s Plenty Road in Bundoora being dishonourably crowned the nation’s new top accident hotspot for the first time ever.

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Fur babies chew into family finances

Pets are adored members of many Australian families yet new AAMI research has revealed they’re unknowingly costing their owners thousands every year.

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New Melbourne location tops AAMI's National Crash Index

New data from national insurer AAMI’s 2018 Crash Index revealed the most common car accident locations across Australia, with Melbourne’s Plenty Road in Bundoora being dishonourably crowned the nation’s new top accident hotspot for the first time ever.

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Update on the reform of the New South Wales Emergency Services Levy (ESL)

On 30 May 2017, the NSW State Government announced it would defer the introduction of the Fire and Emergency Services Levy on council rates (therefore deferring the removal of the ESL from insurance premiums).

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Canberra crowned Australia’s animal collision capital for second year running

According to the latest AAMI data, almost one in ten motor accidents in the city are caused by animal collisions. Discover the latest statistics and hotspots now.

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Hail Assessment Centre processing 600 claims per day

AAMI, part of leading Australian insurer Suncorp, has already assessed more than 3,295 vehicles since the severe hailstorm struck parts of Melbourne on 19 December 2017 impacting thousands of residents.

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Victorian drivers worst in the country for nose to tail crashes

Motorists in Victoria are more likely to be involved in nose to tail crashes than drivers in the rest of the country, according to new data revealed in the latest AAMI Crash Index.

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