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Friday 8th April 2022

Fair and open competition in the automotive industry

THE SEMINAR:

The Motor Vehicle Service and Repair Information Sharing Scheme will become Law on 1 July 2022, requiring vehicle service and repair information to be made available to workshops at a fair price. How is it going to work? Does this new Law increase competition and choice for consumers? Importantly, does it guarantee fair and open competition in our industry?

Where:
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

When:
2.00pm – 2.45pm

Price:
Free Trade Registration

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Lesley-Yates

Lesley Yates

AAAA

Lesley Yates is Director of Government Relations and Advocacy for the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association. Lesley manages AAAA advocacy campaigns, designing creative and innovative solutions to address the greatest challenges facing our industry and then lobbying and encouraging the government to make the right decisions to support our industry. In 2021, after a decade of AAAA campaigning for fair and open competition, the new motor vehicle repair law was passed in the Australian Parliament. This legislation is the result of a tireless and persistent grassroots campaign by the AAAA. Lesley is now tackling our ongoing substantial industry challenges, including the workforce shortage crisis and government vehicle modification regulations.

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