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15th June, 2022 · Media Release Automotive Apprentice Survey Results
In an industry first, the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association (AAAA), the Australian Automotive Dealer Association (AADA) and the Motor Trades Association of Queensland (MTA Queensland), have joined forces to address a significant industry issue. The...
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29th March, 2022 · Media Release Fuel Relief Welcome but Structural Reform of Auto Taxes Needed
The peak body representing franchised new car Dealers has welcomed the Federal Budget’s provision of fuel tax relief but called on the Government to commit to structural tax reform in the automotive industry. “While today’s...
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25th March, 2022 · Media Release Dealers Welcome Stronger Franchising Penalties
The peak body representing franchised new car Dealers has welcomed the Morrison Government’s announcement of increased penalties for breaches of the Franchising Code of Conduct. “Stronger penalties in conjunction with recently introduced reforms to the...
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21st January, 2022 · Media Release 2022 AADA Convention & Expo Delayed to 2-3 June 2022
The Australian Automotive Dealer Association’s 2022 Convention & Expo at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre has been rescheduled until Thursday 2 and Friday 3 June 2022. The decision to reschedule has been made in...
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14th December, 2021 · Media Release Dealers Welcome Moves To Strengthen Indemnification Under ACL
The AADA has welcomed consultation on options to ensure businesses comply with the consumer guarantee provisions in the Australian Consumer Law. “New car Dealers are very much focused on providing their customers with a first-class...
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26th November, 2021 · Media Release ACCC General Motors Investigation – No Vindication for GM
The peak body representing franchised new car Dealers has responded to the ACCC’s conclusion of its investigation into General Motors’ conduct towards Dealers in withdrawing the Holden brand from Australia. The ACCC announced it was...
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