CANBERRA – Australia's major auto makers are calling for a government program to make advanced driver training mandatory in an effort to curb the country's rising auto-related death rate. The program would cost an estimated A$20 million ($11.8 million), with car makers, federal and state governments and insurance companies each contributing a portion of the cost. The automotive industry estimates the program would add A$10 ($6) to the cost of a new car. The Australian ...
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