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Business Bites

Business Bites is a new series designed for busy women in the automotive industry. It’s only an hour out of your day to make business connections and take away practical business advice.

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Apprenticeships Available!

The MTA WA is a registered Group Training Organisation and has a number of Automotive Mechanical, Panel Beater and Spray Painter available in the metropolitan area.

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Right to Repair

Having problems accessing the technical repair information you need?

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Capricorn Bonus Reward Points

Renew your MTA WA membership by 29 July 2016 & you'll receive 1,000 Bonus Reward Points

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The Engine Room

MTAA calls for ACL change

29 June, 2016

The Motor Trades Association of Australia Limited (MTAA) and Members have provided a submission to the Review of the Australian Consumer Law. The MTAA submission is broad ranging and addresses...

More Industry News

ACCC launches market study into new car retailing …

20 June, 2016

The MTA WA in conjunction with the Motor Trades Association of Australia (MTAA) and with other state motor trade associations and automotive chambers will provide a submission to the ACCC...

MTA WA in the Media | DIY dads a'recipe for disast…

20 June, 2016

This article was first published at on 17 June 2016 WA’s MTA boss has slammed the potential easing of technical repair information exchange – because there’s a hole in the discussion...

Record penalties, businessman personally liable fo…

20 June, 2016

A federal judge has imposed record penalties and a precedent-setting Court Order for a businessman to personally back-pay employees following a case involving the "calculated and deliberate" underpayment of security...

Election Policy Announcements

20 June, 2016

Looking for the latest policy announcemnets from the major parties which could impact your business?  We've got all of the media releases which impact the West Australian automotive industry listed...

Huge fine for bullying an apprentice

16 June, 2016

A manager has been fined $12,500 for breaching workplace safety laws, after the Geelong Magistrates Court found he repeatedly bullied a teenage apprentice. The Court heard that over a two year...

Consumer safety concerns in right to repair discus…

15 June, 2016

The MTA WA has made the following media statement: The Motor Trade Association of WA is becoming increasingly concerned about the potential for technical repair information becoming available to the home...

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