A $77 million extension to the Apprenticeship Boost scheme is welcome news for the automotive industry, the Motor Trade Association says.
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.
The Motor Trade Association (MTA) is calling on the next Government to address several serious challenges facing the automotive industry.
Changes to the Clean Car Discount (CCD) have done little to address the ‘reverse Robin Hood’ effect that gives to the rich, and continue to penalise hard-working Kiwis, the Motor Trade Association says.
Getting a Driver Licence is an essential rite of passage for many Kiwis and cost shouldn’t be an obstacle, the Motor Trade Association (MTA) says.
Lee Marshall has been appointed as the Motor Trade Association’s Chief Executive, commencing 18 April 2023.
Aucklanders and people in Northern regions looking to buy a second-hand car through a private sale should get the vehicle thoroughly checked by a professional, the Motor Trade Association (MTA) says.
Incoming Prime Minister Chris Hipkins and his team must prioritise the automotive sector in the run up to the October election, the Motor Trade Association says.