AADA News Category
28th September, 2017 · International Join our study tour to NADA 2018
AADA invites Dealers to join us on our study tour to the 2018 National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) Convention in Las Vegas next March. NADA is one of the most powerful advocacy groups in the...
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28th September, 2017 · Technology Electric super highway for Queensland
The Queensland Government will build one of the world’s longest electric vehicle highways, a 2,000km stretch with 18 free recharging stations. Environment Minister and Acting Main Roads Minister, Steven Miles, officially kick-started the EV revolution...
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28th September, 2017 · Feature US automakers unite to fight counterfeits
A non-profit group of 11 major US automotive manufacturers is cracking down on sales of counterfeit airbags and other automotive parts. The Automotive Anti-Counterfeiting Council (A2C2) first formed in 2014 and has now grown to...
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28th September, 2017 · Feature Manufacturing fund to bring Australia into 21st century
The Federal Government’s announcement in the May Budget that it will introduce an Advanced Manufacturing Growth Fund recognises the value of Australia’s automotive industry and will help turbocharge Australian manufacturing into the 21st century. The...
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28th September, 2017 · Technology Renault-Nissan alliance top electric vehicle maker
The Renault-Nissan electric vehicle alliance continues to go from strength to strength. The Nissan Leaf is the best-selling all-electric car in history; the Renault Zoe is performing strongly in Europe, and the Mitsubishi i-MiEV is...
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28th September, 2017 · Training Fleet management now a profession
The Australasian Fleet Managers Association (AfMA) has partnered with Swinburne University to develop a Diploma of Leadership and Management, aimed at providing the skills required by fleet managers and other automotive professionals. The course creates...
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