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AAMI Crash Index 2019

New data from national insurer AAMI has revealed four of Australia’s five worst car crash locations are in Melbourne.

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Nose to Tail most common crash on Queensland roads

A quarter of prangs on Queensland roads are nose to tail collisions while roughly one in five involve hitting a parked car, according to new data revealed in AAMI's Crash Index.

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Nose to tail & car park dings top the list in ACT

Almost one in three collisions in Australia's capital (ACT) are nose to tail crashes while one in five involve hitting a parked car, according to new data revealed in AAMI's Crash Index.

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Nose to Tail most common collision on WA roads

West Australian drivers are crashing nose to tail more often than any other type of prang, while roughly a quarter of all collisions involve hitting a parked car, according to new data revealed in AAMI’s Crash Index.

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Parked car dings number one crash on SA roads

A quarter of collisions in South Australia involve hitting a parked car, according to new data revealed in AAMI's Crash Index.

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No excuse for drowsy driving this Easter

AAMI urges drivers to make the most of Driver Reviver sites this Easter long weekend. Nearly half (44%) of Victorian motorists are putting themselves in danger and risking the lives of others by driving three hours or more without taking a break, according to new research revealed by AAMI.

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Melbourne’s most dangerous accident hotspots revealed

The stretches of Springvale Road in Glen Waverley and Plenty Road in Bundoora have dishonourably been crowned the two most dangerous hotspots in Melbourne for car accidents, according to new data revealed in AAMI’s Crash Index.

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