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The Tasmanian Automobile Chamber Of Commerce is dedicated to the promotion, representation and preservation of member businesses to local, state and federal governments, the media, consumers and the community. TACC members provide key services in the repair, service and retail sectors of the automotive industry. In fact, for anything automotive, deal with your local TACC member, chances are, there’s one just around the corner. Just look for the distinctive TACC brand on a member's premises – it’s the mark of the motor industry professional. Read more about us and our members, or contact us  for further advice or information.




TACC Auto Apprenticeships has an opportunity in the North East of Tasmania in a modern motorcycle workshop for an apprentice motorcycle mechanic.  If you enjoy working on morotorcycles and you are a keen motivated person they would like you to come and join their team. For more information please contact Peter Spencer 0400 442 203.

For some information on employing a TACC Auto Apprentice click HERE

For more information on TACC Auto Apprenticeships contact Nigel Fox in the South on 0418 509 482 or email or Peter Spencer in the North on 0400 442 203 or email

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TACC proposes that there needs to be a system in place for the inspection of the roadworthiness of light motor vehicles five years of age and older at the change of ownership.

Consumers are currently offered limited consumer protection when purchasing a used light vehicle in Tasmania. The state falls behind the protections offered to motorists in Victoria, Queensland, New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory (ACT); the States and Territory that, combined, make up the vast majority of Australia’s population.

Tasmania has Australia’s oldest vehicle fleet with an average age of 11.9 years and the country’s lowest paid workers. Tasmania is a state in need of greater consumer protection.

TACC has prepared a paper that constitutes a submission on the subject. Read more here...........


In March this year there were changes made to privacy laws, VACC have done a short video presentation on the subject. Read more here...............


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