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  • MTAA and Members National Footprint

    MTAA and Members National Footprint

    Thousands upon thousands of automotive business members’ nationwide provide MTAA access to a grass roots representation that is unparalleled.

    MTAA’s members, their extensive membership base, and the Federation’s involvement in key Commonwealth Government advisory/consultative mechanisms ensures member concerns are heard by Government and outcomes delivered.
  • MTAA and Members National Footprint

    MTAA and Members National Footprint

    Thousands upon thousands of automotive business members’ nationwide provide MTAA access to a grass roots representation that is unparalleled.

    MTAA’s members, their extensive membership base, and the Federation’s involvement in key Commonwealth Government advisory/consultative mechanisms ensures member concerns are heard by Government and outcomes delivered.
  • MTAA and Members National Footprint

    MTAA and Members National Footprint

    Thousands upon thousands of automotive business members’ nationwide provide MTAA access to a grass roots representation that is unparalleled.

    MTAA’s members, their extensive membership base, and the Federation’s involvement in key Commonwealth Government advisory/consultative mechanisms ensures member concerns are heard by Government and outcomes delivered.
  • MTAA and Members National Footprint

    MTAA and Members National Footprint

    Thousands upon thousands of automotive business members’ nationwide provide MTAA access to a grass roots representation that is unparalleled.

    MTAA’s members, their extensive membership base, and the Federation’s involvement in key Commonwealth Government advisory/consultative mechanisms ensures member concerns are heard by Government and outcomes delivered.
  • MTAA and Members National Footprint

    MTAA and Members National Footprint

    Thousands upon thousands of automotive business members’ nationwide provide MTAA access to a grass roots representation that is unparalleled.

    MTAA’s members, their extensive membership base, and the Federation’s involvement in key Commonwealth Government advisory/consultative mechanisms ensures member concerns are heard by Government and outcomes delivered.
  • MTAA and Members National Footprint

    MTAA and Members National Footprint

    Thousands upon thousands of automotive business members’ nationwide provide MTAA access to a grass roots representation that is unparalleled.

    MTAA’s members, their extensive membership base, and the Federation’s involvement in key Commonwealth Government advisory/consultative mechanisms ensures member concerns are heard by Government and outcomes delivered.
  • MTAA and Members National Footprint

    MTAA and Members National Footprint

    Thousands upon thousands of automotive business members’ nationwide provide MTAA access to a grass roots representation that is unparalleled.

    MTAA’s members, their extensive membership base, and the Federation’s involvement in key Commonwealth Government advisory/consultative mechanisms ensures member concerns are heard by Government and outcomes delivered.
  • National Sector Committees Websites

    National Sector Committees Websites

    The MTAA is currently building websites for all of the National Sector Committees. You can visit their websites here.

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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 69,365 retail motor trades businesses which employ over 379,365 Australians and contributed $37.1 billion to the Australian economy in 2015/16; which equates to 2.2% of Australia’s GDP.
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Each year the MTAA through its Members receives numerous concerns and cases from motor trade business members about the behaviours of suppliers, insurers, other motor body repair businesses, and key stakeholders including State and Federal Government regulations and policy.

These concerns are many and varied and can include: contract disagreements, operations or behaviours of parties with whom the motor trade business has a relationship, the impact of government policies and regulations, consumer choice and complaints, misuse of market power, contractual arrangements, accessing repair information, and Franchising Code of Conduct matters.

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    Who are the national industry sector committees that sit within MTAA?

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    Who are the Motor Trades Association of Australia?
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Committees

There are a number of National Industry Sector Committees (NISC's) that sit within the Motor Trades Association of Australia (MTAA) structure.

These committees include:

(AARA), (AMBRA), (AMDA), (APRAA), (ASSCA), (ATDRA) and (FIMDAA)