The Tasmanian Automobile Chamber of Commerce (TACC) has served the automotive industry in Tasmania since 1928.

There had always been a long standing and mutually supportive relationship between TACC and the Victorian Automobile Chamber of Commerce (VACC).

TACC successfully lobbied state government on behalf of members for many years, but times were changing and in 1999 TACC and VACC were amalgamated. This merger offered members a more diverse range of services, while still maintaining a Tasmanian perspective on local issues.

Today we are dedicated to the promotion, representation and preservation of member businesses to local, state and federal governments, as well as the media, consumers and the community.

TACC news

US President Trump issued a Proclamation on 17 May in response to the Section 232 investigation into automotives and auto parts. The Proclamation directed the United States Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to enter into negotiations with the EU and Japan to limit imports of automobiles and some automotive parts (engines and engine parts, transmissions and powertrain parts, and electrical...
Members are reminded that amendments to the Competition and Consumer Regulations 2010 (Cth) will mandate the requirement of prescribed text for businesses who give consumer written warranties against defects for the supply of services, as well as goods and services. You can view a copy of the amendments by taking this link.
Dear Member The federal election on May 18 presents a difficult choice for many businesses within the automotive industry. VACC has widely articulated its policy priorities for the automotive industry, particularly to the ALP and Liberal/National Coalition, through our Keep Australia Moving automotive policy priorities document. Following on from our policy document, VACC has undertaken an...
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