4th August, 2016 · Policy Viewpoint Convention topic: Australian consumer law review considers submissions
The Federal Government is reviewing submissions into the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) review, with an interim report due to be released in the second half of the year. Conducted by Consumer Affairs Australia and New...Read more
4th August, 2016 · Policy Viewpoint Convention topic: ACCC reviewing new car retailing & industry practices
In what appears to be part of a concerted focus on the part of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to focus on trading activities in the automotive industry, the ACCC announced in June...Read more
4th August, 2016 · AADA Convention Convention topic: The event of the year – don’t miss out!
AADA is gearing up for the biggest and best National Dealer Convention yet. The Convention is the must attend event of 2016 for all Dealers and those associated with the retail automotive trade. The 2016...Read more
4th August, 2016 · Policy Viewpoint Is this what we want for Australian consumers?
The Federal Government is putting Australian consumers at risk by allowing personal importation of new and near-new vehicles from 2018. Already we are seeing advertisements from foreign car-sellers looking to steal a march on our...Read more
4th August, 2016 · AADA Convention Convention topic: Alan Bergman unmasks warranty audits at AADA convention
Fulfilling warranty obligations is a necessary part of any Dealer’s business, but more and more the issue is becoming a potential legal minefield, clouded by matters such as parallel imports, fraudulent and deceptive customer behaviour...Read more
4th August, 2016 · Feature One in four privately sold used cars has big issues
A report has found that nearly a quarter of used cars in Australia sold privately come with potentially serious hidden issues. The CarHistory.com.au report said almost a quarter of the used cars on the market...Read more