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Motor Trade Association (MTA) says there is growing evidence that unscrupulous dealers and rogue traders are preying on tourists buying used campervans. After purchasing a vehicle to make their way around New Zealand, many are quickly discovering they have been fleeced and their so called bargain buy is little more than scrap on wheels.
Wed, 14 Dec 2011 More ›
Motor Trade Association (MTA) says the overall new vehicle market recorded some modest gains during November after a sluggish October. While the month was largely overshadowed by the election campaign, good activity within the commercial vehicle sector especially, meant a more positive feel to the overall market.
Tue, 6 Dec 2011 More ›
Martin Brooks, of Aceomatic Transmission Services in Christchurch, was awarded the MTA Services to Industry Award at a gala awards dinner during MTA’s annual conference held in Rotorua on Saturday 12 November.
Tue, 22 Nov 2011 More ›
At its annual conference in Rotorua on Friday 11 November, Motor Trade Association (MTA) held a forum to debate a critical issue for the future of New Zealand transport – should the price of fuel be increased to preserve the precious commodity for the future.
Thu, 17 Nov 2011 More ›
Three New Zealand insurers were recognised at a gala awards dinner during Motor Trade Association’s (MTA) annual conference held in Rotorua on Saturday 14 November 2011.
Thu, 17 Nov 2011 More ›
At its annual conference in Rotorua on Friday 11 November, Motor Trade Association (MTA) announced that Rick Murrell, current MTA President, has been re-appointed for a second term.
Mon, 14 Nov 2011 More ›
Motor Trade Association (MTA) says the overall new vehicle market during October was down, seemingly the victim of buyer distraction with the Rugby World Cup and impending general election leaving its mark.
Fri, 4 Nov 2011 More ›
Motor Trade Association (MTA) said an increased supply of vehicles ex Japan and a strong performance amongst sales of commercial vehicles boosted the overall new vehicle market during September.
Thu, 6 Oct 2011 More ›
A Hastings automotive apprentice is celebrating his win after scooping the 2011 MTA Apprentice of the Year Award. Michael Paaymans, 21, who has been with Lodge Auto Centre for three years, was awarded best apprentice after a competition held in Wellington on Saturday 1 October. It was a tight and gruelling day of testing for Michael and three other finalists, with four practical tests and a panel interview in only five hours.
Wed, 5 Oct 2011 More ›
Results of a Motor Trade Association (MTA) survey looking at the vehicle servicing habits of New Zealand drivers revealed that 14 percent of motorists surveyed did not have any vehicle insurance, 15 percent had third party insurance only, and 70 percent had comprehensive cover on their vehicle. Results also showed that more than half of motorists surveyed failed to service their vehicles regularly.
Thu, 29 Sep 2011 More ›