Motor Industry Codes

Right To Repair Codes and Rules

After hearing over 80 stakeholders’ viewpoints regarding what might be viewed as anti-competitive behaviour in the automotive industry, the Competition Commission has decided to take a draft motor code one step further by seeking to implement it in law.

Consumer Rights | Why A New Motor Code will Strengthen SA Car Owners’ Rights

Apart from deciding on which car suits your personal needs and style, you also need to bear in mind critical issues such as your maintenance and warranty plans.

Why Transformation in the After Market Workshop Industry is Needed

Buyers Guide chats to Les McMaster Right to Repair SA (R2RSA) and Filum Ho, CEO Autoboys and Vice Chairman R2RSA, about how the Right to Repair campaign started because after market workshops were been excluded from working on vehicles.

5 Ways That SA’s New Motor Code Will Benefit Car Owners

As it stands, SA car owners are unique in the world because they are typically locked into using a vehicle manufacturer’s service centres, repair shops and parts in what are dubbed ‘embedded’ motor or service plans.

From Investment Banking to Car Part Sales – An Entrepreneur’s Fight for Transformation

“As a business leader, you have a social contract to try and transform the country grow jobs, try and grow the SME arena. I think that is indicative of things happening in the country.”

New Automotive Code Set To Shake Up The Sector

The Competition Commission’s proposed new code of conduct for the South African automotive industry is set to usher in groundbreaking changes for car owners, automotive aftermarket businesses

How SA’s New Automotive Code of Conduct Could Kickstart the Economy

In September 2017, the Competition Commission of South Africa published an historic first draft of a new Code of Conduct for the South African Automotive Industry.

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