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Sydney’s most dangerous accident hotspots revealed

Hume Highway in Liverpool has knocked Pacific Highway in Chatswood off its perch as the worst crash hotspot in Sydney, according to new data revealed in AAMI’s Crash Index.

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Brisbane’s most dangerous accident hotspots revealed

Gympie Road through Chermside has dishonourably been crowned Brisbane’s most dangerous stretch of road for car accidents for a second year in a row, while Mains Road in Sunnybank remains in second place for a third straight year.

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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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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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AAMI targets social stigma to tackle distracted driving

National motor insurer, AAMI, today announced that it will commit research funding to help tackle the issue of distracted driving, especially among young drivers.

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