CANBERRA – The Victoria state government faces payouts of millions of dollars in compensation to motorists who bought luxury vehicles that should not have been registered because they do not meet Australian safety standards. Media reports here say there are about 1,150 vehicles, some stolen from overseas, that will be recalled because they are considered unsafe. State Transport Minister Peter Batchelor has instructed VicRoads, the state’s motor registry operation, to immediately check ...

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