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Press Releases

  • Kiwi drivers get a ‘D’ in Car Insurance 101

    Auckland, 17 November 2014 – How much do you know about your car insurance? Chances are not as much as you think. According to a recent survey by AA Insurance, the average score of 1,000 Kiwi drivers who were quizzed about car insurance was only 40% – or a ‘D’ grade.

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  • 86 per cent of drivers causing damage don’t leave details

    Auckland, 29 October 2014 – Most Kiwis don’t leave a note if they damage a parked car, according to AA Insurance.

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  • Burglars busy 24/7

    Auckland, 15 September 2014 – Burglars are nearly four times more likely to break-in to Kiwi homes when people are at work or home than while they are away on holiday, according to AA Insurance.

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  • Driving uninsured continues to be risky business

    More uninsured Kiwis face debt as the number of crash claims increase

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  • Tie down trampolines, fasten outdoor furniture

    Auckland, 9 July 2014 – AA Insurance is urging homeowners to tie down their trampolines, and fasten their outdoor furniture to prevent damage or injury as high winds and heavy rain continue to lash the country.

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  • Kiwi kitchens remain house fire hot spots

    Auckland, 30 June 2014 – While Kiwis love to watch cooking shows, they aren’t always so attentive when it comes to their own cooking, with one third of all home fires starting in the kitchen, according to AA Insurance.

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  • Storm claims flood in, says AA Insurance

    Auckland, 11 June 2014 – AA Insurance is urging customers requiring emergency repairs after last night’s storm to call as soon as possible.

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  • New Zealand’s Most Stolen Cars – according to AA Insurance

    Auckland, 27 May 2014 – Third time unlucky for the Honda Torneo, after it topped the most frequently stolen car list for the third consecutive year.

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  • Top 10 Driver Distractions – according to AA Insurance

    Auckland, 30 October 2013 – Despite being illegal, texting while driving remains the number one distraction for drivers, according to the AA Insurance 2012-2013 Drivers Index survey.

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Amanda Fifield
Corporate Communications Specialist (Public Relations), AA Insurance

DDI: (09) 927 2085
Mobile: 021 406 1787

Lizzie Furnell
Corporate Communications Specialist (Corporate Affairs), AA Insurance

DDI: (09) 927 2077
Mobile: 021 023 60262

Nicole Steven
Account Manager, Botica Butler Raudon Public Relations

DDI: (09) 303 3867
Mobile: 021 025 31886

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