Australian Motorcycle
Dealers Association (AMDA)
A National Industry Sector Committee of the Motor Trades Association of Australia
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  • AMDA's outlook for 2017

    AMDA's outlook for 2017

    The Australian Motorcycle Dealer Association continues with its advocacy within Federal and state governments, kindred organisations and other key stakeholders, in conjunction, where appropriate with the MTAA.

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  • Franchising

    Franchising

    The Motor Trades Assocation (MTAA) and the Australian Motorcycle Dealers Association (AMDA) have a long history of deep interest and involvement in franchising matters and franchising policy development.

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  • National Motorcycle Dealer Council

    National Motorcycle Dealer Council

    The Motorcycle Dealer Council will comprise of ten members representing a specific manufacturer. Those on the Motorcycle Dealer Council will be in the manufacturing top 40 group by annual volume of sales and have representation across the broad range of models being sold by the manufacturer.

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Welcome to the Australian Motorcycle
Dealers Association (AMDA)

A National Industry Sector Committee of the Motor Trades Association of Australia
The Australian Motorcycle Retail Sector is a significant component of the nation’s largest small business sector, the Australian automotive industry.
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The Australian Motorcycle Dealers Association sits within the Motor Trades Association of Australia (MTAA) structure and is represented by the follow State and Territory MTAs and ACCs.

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Each year the MTAA, through its Members and AMDA, receives numerous concerns and cases from motorcycle dealership business members about the behaviours of suppliers, insurers, other motorcycle dealerships, and key stakeholders including State and Federal Government regulations and policy.

These concerns are many and varied and can include: contract disagreements, operations or behaviours of parties with whom the motorcycle dealership business has a relationship, the impact of government policies and regulations, consumer choice and complaints, misuse of market power, contractual arrangements, accessing repair information, and Franchising Code of Conduct matters.

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