The Australian Government has introduced a safety standard under the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) to improve the safety of quad bikes. If you are a quad bike manufacturer you should make yourself aware of the requirements specified by the standard.
The Australian Government has introduced a safety standard under the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) to improve the safety of quad bikes. If you are a quad bike supplier you should make yourself aware of the requirements specified by the standard.
Vehicle dealers have specific obligations under the Takata Recall Notice and must comply with the requirements in the compulsory recall regarding the sale of second-hand vehicles fitted with Affected Takata Airbag Inflators.
Auto wreckers, dismantlers and recyclers have specific obligations under the Takata Recall Notice relating to the sale and identification of vehicles and spare parts containing Affected Takata Airbag Inflators.
This information may assist Suppliers in communicating with consumers affected by the compulsory Takata Recall. These ideas may help maximise replacement of affected Takata airbag inflators by improving a Supplier’s reach.
This guide provides a summary of the requirements for the supply of vehicle jacks. It has been updated with information on specific vehicle jacks manufactured after 30 June 2011 complying with the mandatory standard.
Under the Recall Notice, a supplier is the first person to supply a vehicle with an Affected Takata Airbag Inflator into Australia. A supplier will usually be able to contact vehicle owners through the supplier’s dealer network.
Parallel, sometimes referred to as ‘grey’, importers of new and used motor vehicles in Australia have key obligations under the Recall Notice. Such importers sell legal, non-counterfeit vehicles outside normal distribution channels and may have no relationship to the producer of the vehicle.