All Bulletins

 
24th April, 2018 · bulletin Use of the word ANZAC
To: ALL AADA MEMBERS In the lead up to ANZAC Day, the AADA has received correspondence from the Minster for Veterans’ Affairs, Darren Chester, in relation to the use of the word ‘ANZAC’. The correspondence requested...
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1st March, 2018 · bulletin Takata Compulsory Recall Notice – Affected Brands
To: ALL AADA MEMBERS Members should be aware that the Takata Airbag Recall is now compulsory, following the decision of the Assistant Minister to the Treasurer, Michael Sukkar. Included in the press release by the...
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28th February, 2018 · bulletin Takata Compulsory Recall Notice
To: ALL AADA MEMBERS The Assistant Minister to the Treasurer, Michael Sukkar, has today issued a compulsory recall notice for vehicles fitted with defective Takata airbags. The action follows an extensive and lengthy investigation by...
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23rd February, 2018 · bulletin Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme
To: ALL AADA MEMBERS With increasingly complex on-board software and customer monitoring systems, motor vehicles and their associated servicing programs now gather significantly expanded personal information. At the same time, most OEMs and finance companies require dealers to participate in CRM and data-mining programs...
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13th February, 2018 · bulletin Banking Royal Commission
To: ALL AADA MEMBERS Reports in the media today quoted a statement by Counsel assisting the banking Royal Commission, Rowena Orr QC, which said that the Royal Commission will engage on “… car lending practices...
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6th February, 2018 · bulletin Update on Takata Compulsory Recall Notice
To: ALL AADA MEMBERS The AADA has been receiving queries from members on the status of the ACCC’s proposal to initiate a compulsory recall for vehicles fitted with faulty Takata airbags. The AADA has been...
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