CANBERRA – The Australian Transport Council is asking the government to develop a national action plan to accelerate the inclusion of electronic stability control systems in all new vehicles sold in Australia. The proposal follows a recent ATC meeting of federal, state and territory transport and roads ministers from around Australia. In the 12 months to April, there were 1,648 people killed in road crashes – 4% more than in the previous year, federal Roads Minister Jim Lloyd says. "It ...
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