The Motor Trade Association and the Collision Repair Association are pleased to announce they have formally agreed to enter a partnership together.
Extending Road User Charges (RUC) levels the playing field and will help our roads to get more much-needed maintenance.
The Motor Trade Association (MTA) is calling on the Government to restore an industry-led approach to automotive training.
The Motor Trade Association (MTA) congratulates the new Government and looks forward to working together to ensure New Zealanders have the resilient, sustainable and competitive automotive industry that they deserve.
The addition of two automotive roles to the immigration Green List is great news, but there’s more work to be done to solve the skills shortage facing many businesses in the sector.
The Motor Trade Association (MTA) will support vehicle owners who recently had their warrant of fitness revoked by Waka Kotahi, after an investigation revealed they weren’t issued by a certified inspector.
MTA is proud to support the newly-formed collective known as Women in Automotive New Zealand, which aims to boost the number of women in our industry.
A $77 million extension to the Apprenticeship Boost scheme is welcome news for the automotive industry, the Motor Trade Association says.