Articles Posted in the " AAAA " Category

  • AAAA TO RE-INVIGORATE PRTC

    Successful meeting held to canvas industry on the ‘next steps’ for the Performance Racing Tuning Council The Performance Racing and Tuning Council (PRTC) held a Networking Event on November 16..




  • CELEBRATING OUR INDUSTRY’S WOMEN

    With International Women’s Day on March 8, I thought it would be appropriate to talk about the topic of women in the automotive aftermarket industry, and, in particular, the huge..




  • RELIEF FOR QUEENSLAND’S AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR

    Government shelves controversial EV work proposal The Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association (AAAA) and Queensland’s professional automotive service and repair workshops have welcomed a Queensland Government decision to reject a proposal..


  • VALE: BRIAN SAMPSON

    Industry loses stalwart business owner and racer The AAAA and Australian Auto Aftermarket Magazine have been saddened to hear of the passing of industry legend Brian Sampson in November of..



  • NEW SKILLED MIGRATION STRATEGY ON THE WAY

    The AAAA is cautiously optimistic about the government’s long-awaited skilled migration strategy, expected to be revealed shortly Imagine a technician with more than 20 years of experience in the UK..