Autofile: October issue, out now

We have all the information you need to know about changes in access to the Motor Vehicle Register in this month’s Autofile. The NZTA and industry organisations are warning car dealers to only use the system for legitimate purposes, and to be aware of changes to approvals at the end of October.

The Financial Services Federation is urging car dealers and finance providers to follow the law and guidelines when arranging customers’ loans following the release of a Commerce Commission report.

The full extent of the Labour Inspectorate’s investigation into 2 Cheap Cars has come to light with the Employment Relations Authority’s full determination of the case being published. Autofile gets behind the headlines.

David Hodge, managing director of Mazda Motors NZ, talks about his first six months in the hot seat, technological advances in the car sector and the World Of Wearable Arts.

Chris Carr, MD of transport company Carr & Haslam, lends his support to Ports of Auckland staying put, but “it sits as a restricted and constricted toy, beaten into submission by inept politicians”.

PLUS: Great pictures from the 50th anniversary of Turners Car Auctions and Frankfurt Motor Show, in-depth coverage of car industry statistics, disputes, movers and much more.

Read the October issue of Autofile