AAAA Demands Better Consumer Law Protection For Car Owners
July 26, 2016
An AAAA submission to the Australian Consumer Law Review demands better protection for Australia’s 17 million vehicle owners.
The Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association (AAAA) wants a special focus on protection of vehicle owners’ consumer rights because of the high value of the initial purchase and ongoing maintenance, and the vital contribution vehicles make to consumers’ working and family lives and to the Australian economy.
Executive Director Stuart Charity said this Consumer Law Review is required because there is a significant power imbalance between consumers and the large global vehicle manufacturers and their dealer networks.
“The 21st century is bringing significant change to the way we buy and maintain vehicles,” he said.
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