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Five-year Funding for Vital Car Safety Program


Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Leader of The Nationals, Federal Member for Riverina Michael McCormack and Paul Fletcher MP Minister for Urban Infrastructure and Cities and Federal Member for Bradfield announced last Tuesday The Federal Government has marked National Road Safety Week by announcing the continuation of funding for the work of independent vehicle safety consumer organisation ANCAP for another five years, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Michael McCormack said


“The work of the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) is vital to improving the safety of vehicles on Australian roads and it is crucial we provide assistance at a Federal level to help it continue”.

The Australian Government joined as a member of ANCAP in 2010 and is one of 23 member organisations including the Australian and New Zealand automobile clubs, all State and Territory Governments and the New Zealand Government.


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