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// Auckland: trading in alert level three

Auckland automotive businesses are reminded of the conditions in which they may trade during alert level three which commence at 11.59pm on Tuesday 21 September and will be in place for 14 days.

// MTA wants Auckland to shift to level three

The Motor Trade Association says it supports the ambition for New Zealand to eliminate COVID-19, but says the cost to business is raising mental and financial health concerns.

// MTA calls for alert-level shift

The Motor Trade Association (MTA) is calling for Auckland to move to alert level three as soon as possible to ease the financial and mental strain on its members.

// Minister defends clean car plans

The Minister of Transport has defended the government’s clean car policies after the Motor Industry Association (MIA) withdrew its support for plans designed to cut emissions from the light vehicle fleet.

// How to trade at level three

Industry body covers what steps to take for those members wanting a safe return to business.

// Auckland prepares for contactless trade

Move to alert level three means businesses can resume operations if they meet strict rules.

// Tip for dealers to avoid fees

VIA recommends businesses act now and register certain unsold stock before the feebate scheme kicks in.

// MTA calls for alert-level relief

Industry body pleas for more government help as members reveal their lockdown struggles.