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Government commits to Data Sharing Law

The Federal Government has committed to legislation to address the provision of access to service and repair information and data. Assistant Treasurer the Hon Michael Sukkar MP and Treasury Department officials met with representatives of MTAA, AAAA, FCAI, AAA and AADA on Wednesday this week  to outline that government had determined that head legislation is the way to best address the ACCC 2017 recommendation for a prescribed and mandated scheme to provide access to vehicle service and repair information and data.

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South Australian Parliamentary Inquiry continues

A group of South Australian motor body repairers appeared before the South Australian Economic and Finance Parliamentary Committee Inquiry into the Collision Repair and Insurance Industry during the last week as the Committee continues its investigations.

The hearing provided an opportunity for Members of Parliament to ask repairers how their businesses and consumers are affected by insurer behaviour. The hearing discussed the issues of steering, funny time, funny money, use of non-genuine parts, and assessment procedures.

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20 auto parts and recyclers gather in Western Australia

MTAA CEO Richard Dudley attended a very well attended meeting of the APRA-WA Committee in Perth this week. 20 Auto Parts recyclers attended the meeting to hear on what APRAA, MTAA and MTA-WA have been doing on their behalf internationally and nationally. Topics included:

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