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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
AAMI makes sense of insurance after NSW Storms
AAMI has released a list of the most commonly asked questions from its customers following last week’s NSW storms and floods. At the top of the list is food spoilage.Read more
AAMI opens Customer Response Team in Maitland
Today AAMI has opened an additional Customer Response Team for the Newcastle-Hunter region to provide added support to customers affected by last week’s storms and floods.Read more
Customer Response Team operational in Charlestown
AAMI's Customer Response Team, a mobile claims and assessment unit, is now operational in Charlestown and ready to assist customers affected by the severe storms and floods that have struck the NSW coast.Read more
TAS drivers crash into parked cars stationary objects
Almost one in three crashes in Tasmania last year involved parked cars, while a quarter were collisions with stationary objects, according to new data revealed in AAMI's Crash Index.Read more
NSW first place for crashing nose to tail
New South Wales has overtaken Victoria and now has the nation's highest rate of nose-to-tail collisions. Almost a third of all crashes involve a vehicle ploughing into the car in front, according to new data revealed in AAMI's Crash Index.Read more
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