ERIS - Employment Relations Information System is a current, interactive, information system which provides in depth answers to Awards & Legislation, OHS, Workers Comp, Payroll, Super and so much more... find out more
All MTA Pre-Purchase Inspections are carried out by MTA member businesses that satisfy our very stringent criteria. find out more
MTA NSW has been a Registered Training Organisation since 1996 and has presented qualifications to many individuals all over NSW. find out more MTA Short Courses 2015
Feb - July 2015 find out more
As a group training company, MTA Apprenticeships Plus will recruit, place, monitor and mentor quality apprentices within the automotive industry. find out more
Welcome to the Motor Traders' Association of New South Wales
The MTA is an employer’s association specifically for businesses in the motor industry and currently has over 6,000 Members across New South Wales. The Association’s aim is to help the motor industry and it does this by assisting in the daily running of Member’s businesses through advice and services and also by lobbying to ensure a long and viable future for the industry.. find out more
The Motor Traders’ Association of New South Wales is pleased to announce the 2015 MTA NSW Motor Industry State Awards for Excellence Winners.
Contact Nicole Patten (02) 9016 9004 for more information
Subscription Renewal Competition Winners!
Congratulations to those members who elected to pay their 2016 MTA subscription before 5pm on Friday 27th November 2015.
1 – Medowie Motors, Medowie – XBOX
2 – Campbell’s Fuel Service, Inverell – IPAD MINI
3 – Automotive Professionals Pty Ltd, Castle Hill
– HD LED TV
4 – John Scott Motors, Asquith – Ipod Nano
5 – Hills Custom Smash Repairs, Castle Hill – Cannon Digital Camera
6 – Jones Panel Beating, Gulgon – White Microwave
All the Winners have been notified by phone and email.
MTA appreciates your involvement in the competition and thanks every member who participated.
phone: 02 9016 9000 fax:02 9016 9099
eMTA Times Guide endorsed by MTA NSW eMTA Australia Pty Ltd has been endorsed as MTA’s provider of realistic times for the industry. Access to the times is available via our Accredited & approved estimating systems.
Please Note: As from the December 23rd 2011, access to MTA’s Realistic Times Guide will only be available by motor body repairers via your estimating system.
Please Note: As from the December 23rd 2011 access to MTA’s Realistic Times Guide will only be available by motor body repairers via your estimating system. Please advise your estimating provider to contact EMTA, www.emta.com.au for any assistance with obtaining MTA’s Realistic Times Guide.find out more
MVIRI Code of Conduct MTA offers a service to its members where they need assistance with any Code or insurance issue.
MTA BRS Division Manager will help you to lodge an Internal Dispute Resolution (IDR) or take other appropriate action.
MTA e-journal The MTA Journal was first published in June 1911, and is recognised as NSW most authoritative motor industry magazine. The e-journal is distributed to the 6,000 members of the MTA who employ more than 80,000 people in the motoring industry statewide. MTA members receive a copy as part of their membership. Others wishing to subscribe should click the link below (subscription to the e-journal is free).- I wish to subscribe - I wish to advertise find out more
MTA Magazine The MTA Journal is the official publication of MTA NSW. It is delivered via post to members, six times per annum. The contents of the magazine make it a must-read for the industry as it contains vital information on issues faced by MTA members, and in turn, the industry as a whole. MTA Journal is delivered statewide to almost 3,700 motor industry related business owners/operators and is an excellent vehicle for advertising your products and services directly to Motor Trade.
Services and Benefits
MTA has more than 6,000 member businesses and is growing yearly. MTA Employment Advice is delivered by qualified and experienced Industrial Officers and offers up to date information on new awards and legislation.
MTA offers a wide range of advice on legislation that affects the industry.
MTA is an approved organisation for the security industry if members fit/install/supply motor vehicle security devices.
MTA Members have a high standard of professional conduct and this is reflected in MTA's Code of Ethics.
MTA members are required to abide by the Code and this means that consumers can have confidence when dealing with a business that displays the MTA logo, that business has made a commitment to good service for its customers.
MTA NSW is also a Registered Training Organisation and provides a range of Traineeships and other Vocational Training which is nationally accredited. The training programs can be accessed across metropolitan and regional venues and also at member's workplace. find out more
This website is both a useful tool for MTA members, and a source of information for the public. MTA will continue to add features to the website which serves both purposes successfully.
Consumer Enquiry Form If you wish to notify the Motor Traders’ Association of NSW (MTA) of an issue please fill in the attached document.
Please note:The MTA does not provide legal advice to consumers. The Motor Traders’ Association (MTA) is a member based Association. The MTA is not a government body and does not issue trading licenses or trade certificates.
This document offers the format for MTA to provide an MTA Member a notification of your comments/query/complaint.
If you have consented, the MTA will provide a copy of this Form to the Member concerned. The Member will be asked to contact you to discuss/resolve the issue you have raised. If no consent has been provided, this form will be filed for future reference by the Association only.
Amendments to the Associations Organisational Rules
Members are advised that following approval of the Special General Meeting of members held on 23rd September to alter the organisations Rules, your Association has now lodged on 9th October, 2014 with the Fair Work Commission appropriate notices, applications and declarations seeking final approval for such changes.
The changes approved at the meeting of the Association will not become operative until approved by the Fair Work Commission. date released 09/10/14