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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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ACT drivers crash nose-to-tail and into parked cars

Drivers in Australia’s capital (ACT) are finding themselves in nose-to-tail collisions more often then any other type of crash, with almost three in 10 accidents involving one car smashing into the back of another, according to new data revealed by leading national car insurer, AAMI, in its annual Crash Index.

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Nose-to-tail and parked car dings top crashes in QLD

Queensland drivers are finding themselves in nose-to-tail accidents more often than any other type of crash, with a quarter of all accidents involving one car colliding into the back of another, according to new data revealed by leading national car insurer, AAMI

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Tassie drivers' love affair with bollards!

Tassie drivers are pranging their vehicles into stationary objects more often than moving vehicles, according to new data revealed by leading national car insurer, AAMI, in its annual Crash Index.

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VIC motorists worst in AUS for nose-to-tail bingles

Victorian drivers have the highest incidence of nose to tail accidents in the country, with nearly three out of 10 crashes involving one car colliding into the back of another, according to new data by leading national car insurer, AAMI.

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SA drivers crash nose-to-tail and into parked cars

South Australian drivers are finding themselves in nose-to-tail accidents more often than any other type of crash, with a quarter of all crashes involving one car colliding into the back of another, according to new data revealed by leading national car insurer, AAMI

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AAMI warns Aussies 'don't play with fire this Australia Day'

Nearly two thirds (65%) of Victorians are ‘playing with fire’ and engaging in dangerous behaviours when it comes to backyard BBQs, according to new research from AAMI.

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