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Motor is the official voice of the Motor Trade Association of WA (MTA WA), the motoring sector's peak industry representative and advocate.

The MTA WA has over 1,800 members and covers all sectors of the industry from body repair and vehicle sales to motorcycle services and heavy transport. MTA WA members, industry leaders, politicians and key decision makers turn to Motor as the authoritative and informed voice of the industry.

Motor is published quarterly.

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