Contact: Matt Hobbs, MTAA CEO
Email:     matt.hobbs@mtaa.com.au
Tel:          03 9829 1250
Mobile:   
0419 608 845
Postal:    650 Victoria Street, North Melbourne VIC 3051

  • MTAA Super Merger

    MTAA Super Merger

    On 1 April 2021, MTAA Super and Tasplan merged to become Spirit Super. Requests for information regarding MTAA superannuation should be made directly to Spirit Super on 1800 005 166 or by visiting their website below.

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  • Mobility inspired by sustainability

    Mobility inspired by sustainability

    The Automotive Industry’s agreed positions to achieve the orderly transition to the electrification of Australia’s future mobility and transport.

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  • Automotive organisations reach a historic agreement on national fleet transition

    Automotive organisations reach a historic agreement on national fleet transition

    Australia's peak National, State and Territory automotive representative organisations have reached a historic agreement at an Industry Summit on critical positions and pathways...

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  • A new era for motor vehicle service and repair choice

    A new era for motor vehicle service and repair choice

    World-leading legislation to mandate the provision of motor vehicle service and repair information to Australian automotive repairers passed the Senate today, paving the way for increased consumer choice and competition from 1 July 2022.

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  • Directions in Australia’s Automotive Industry - An Industry Report 2021

    Directions in Australia’s Automotive Industry - An Industry Report 2021

    The Motor Trades Association of Australia along with its State and Territory Associations, have developed and released an industry report into Australia’s automotive industry.

    FULL Report Summary

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Welcome to the Motor Trades Association of Australia

Representing the motor trades industries throughout Australia

The Motor Trades Association of Australia (MTAA) represents many of the 72,521 retail motor trades businesses which employ over 384,810 Australians and contributed $39.35 billion to the Australian economy in 2021; which equates to 2.1% of Australia’s GDP.

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Press Releases

Franchising Review - Government response needs to include an Automotive Industry Code

The Motor Trades Association of Australia (MTAA) welcomes the release today of the independent review of the Franchising Code of Conduct. The release of the review comes at the same time as the MTAA Board and MTA and VACC CEOs met with Ministers, Shadow Ministers, and MPs in Parliament House in Canberra over the last two days.

 

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Auto industry scores government’s Fuel Efficiency Standard 7 out of 10

The Motor Trades Association of Australia (MTAA) – the largest representative of the automotive sector in Australia – welcomes the Federal Government’s release of its Fuel Efficiency Standard impact assessment.

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MTAA Spearheads Automotive Industry’s Response to COVID-19 Inquiry

In an unprecedented move, the Motor Traders’ Association of Australia (MTAA) has emerged as the sole automotive industry group to respond to the COVID-19 Inquiry initiated by the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

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