Wednesday, 24 January 2018 15:02

Over the past fortnight the Motor Trade Association of WA has had a strong media presence across a variety of issues.

Youngs Holden becomes Youngs WA

MTA WA CEO Stephen Moir joined Youngs WA Dealer Principal Mark Topley on 6PR with Simon Beaumont to discuss a letter sent to Holden customers. Mr Moir was vocal in his condemnation of Holden's handling of the removal of franchise agreements and the way it has been communicated to consumers. The MTA WA has written to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission raising our concerns surrounding the issue and potential misrepresentation. You can listen to interview at the video below.


Motor Repair Business licensing in the spotlight

MTA WA CEO Stephen Moir spoke to the Midland Reporter in a story about a Bellevue car restorer calling for an over haul of the licensing system. MTA WA recognises that there are issues with the motor repair business licensing system and we are calling on the Government to see them addressed.  YOu can read the Midland Reporter story HERE and read MTA WA's latest story calling for action from Government and the Magistrates Court HERE.

Sharing the road with cyclists

After witnessing, and recording, cyclists in Nedlands breaking the road rules MTA WA CEO Stephen Moir shared his concerns with Oliver Peterson on 6PR. Check out the video below and share you thoughts. You can hear Stephen Moir on 6PR at this link.



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