The Australian Automotive Dealer Association (AADA), the peak body representing franchised new car Dealers, has welcomed proposals outlined by NSW Minister for Better Regulation, Matt Kean, to save businesses in the motor vehicle industry some $175 million over ten years.
“It is great to see some common sense from the NSW Government. This package of deregulatory measures will certainly ease the burden on our members,” said AADA CEO David Blackhall.
“We congratulate the NSW Government for its efforts in reducing red tape and very much appreciate the consultative approach it has taken to these reforms,” said Mr Blackhall.
The proposed legislation will simplify licensing requirements for workers in new car dealerships, as well as improve the flexibility in trading, all of which will reduce red-tape from new car dealership operations.