National’s plans to phase out the Clean Car Discount (CCD) and refine the Clean Car Standard (CCS) are smart, sensible policies that echo calls from the Motor Trade Association (MTA).
The four main political parties gave insights into their transport policies and plans at a lively and at time contentious debate hosted by MTA on Wednesday night.
Law and order measures announced by the Government yesterday do little to protect vulnerable retail businesses from violent and frightening crime, the Motor Trade Association (MTA) says.
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.
The Government should ensure no service stations are out of pocket when the fuel relief package comes to an end in two weeks’ time, 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.
A $77 million extension to the Apprenticeship Boost scheme is welcome news for the automotive industry, the Motor Trade Association says.
The Motor Trade Association (MTA) is calling on the next Government to address several serious challenges facing the automotive industry.