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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.Read more
Cyclone Customer Response Team Relocation
From Saturday 14 March, our Yeppoon Customer Response Team will be relocating from the Yeppoon Town Hall to the ‘old’ Betta Electrical store located across the street from the existing site at 12 James Street, Yeppoon.Read more
AAMI boosts capacity due to cyclone damage
AAMI today announced it has increased its team of assessors and repairers in a bid to speed up the recovery process for its customers affected by Tropical Cyclone Marcia.Read more
AAMI assessors move in to cyclone ravaged homes
AAMI’s cyclone recovery efforts are in full swing with its team of assessors and claims staff on the ground in Rockhampton and Yeppoon helping affected customers get back on their feet.Read more
AAMI assessors ready following Cyclone Marcia
AAMI today announced it was ready to deploy its team of insurance assessors across central and south east Queensland as recovery efforts began following Tropical Cyclone Marcia.Read more
WA drivers crash nose-to-tail and into parked cars
West Australian drivers are finding themselves in nose-to-tail accidents more often than any other type of crash, with nearly three out of 10 crashes involving one car colliding into the back of another, according to new data from leading national car insurer, AAMI.Read more
Nose-to-tail number one crash on NSW roads
New South Wales drivers have more accidents than any other state as a result of failing to give way to other vehicles, according to new data revealed by leading national car insurer, AAMI, in its annual Crash Index.Read more
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