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AA Helps Public Save on Fuel

AA Helps Public Save on Fuel

The AA is giving everyone the opportunity to save on fuel every time they re-licence their vehicle.

With petrol prices at record levels following Hurricane Katrina, AA Driver and Vehicle Licensing have today announced an initiative that may ease the increasing burden of filling up at the pump.

“The AA is giving away $1,000 of BP gift vouchers each month until the end of 2006,” says David McLister, General Manager of AA Driver and Vehicle Licensing.

By simply renewing their motor vehicle licence, people can be in with a chance to win.

“It’s a great way to help ease the burden in the current climate of high fuel prices, while also ensuring your vehicle is fully licensed for on-road use,” he says.

Each time a customer renews their motor vehicle license at any AA Centre, AA Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agent, AA Vehicle Testing Station or AA Vehicle Inspection Centre, they will receive a voucher with a unique code. Once this code is entered online at www.aawin.co.nz, the customer will be in to win.

The AA Motor Vehicle Re-licensing promotion is open to both AA Members and non-Members. Winners will be announced quarterly in AA Directions.

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