Category Archives: Motor Industry

Motoring Apps

It is increasingly interesting the apps available for motoring these days
A quick look at this link will take you to Drive.com and to a recent article on some interesting apps now available on your phone.

 

 

New Code of Conduct effective 1st of May 2017

 

NSW GOVERNMENT DRIVES NEW SMASH REPAIR CODE
The new code came into effect as of the 1st May 2017

The NSW Government has championed the cause of up to 5 million licensed drivers across the State by overseeing the implementation of a new mandatory Code of Conduct, signed off by the motor vehicle insurance and repair industry.

For more information click on the link below.
Code Media release

If you would like to view the latest code click the link below:
http://www.abrcode.com.au/

 

 

 

IAA Annual Dinner 2015

IAA Annual Dinner 2015 – An enjoyable night by members and guests

WOVR form for WA

AutoIntegrity will upload new WOVR form for all WA customers in AI system by 21st December 2012. Until then please download the PDF form WA WOVR 2012

AutoIntegrity Development Team

Vic Roads WOVR PDF

Vic Roads have updated to the new national WOVR format as of today. Please click on the link below for the PDF copy. And email support@autointegrity.com.au if you wish to be upgrade to the new version of AutoIntegrity that contains the VIC WOVR.

VIC Roads WOVR

 

 

 

 

Autorola Online car auction


AutoIntegrity has integrated with Autorola Online car auction. Please contact support@autointegrity.com.au if you wish to have the Autorola button added to your AutoIntegrity system please.

For more information about Autorola please visit their website on http://www.autorola.com.au/

Or contact David Grey at dg@autorola.com.au

NSW WOVR RTA Form

RTA has released the new WOVR form for NSW. AutoIntegrity will have the new form with in the next week. Until then please use the link below for the new form

Special thanks to Alan Beddall from the RTA for providing the link.

WOVR NSW form link http://www.rta.nsw.gov.au/publicationsstatisticsforms/downloads/45071563.pdf

RTA website link http://www.rta.nsw.gov.au/publicationsstatisticsforms/downloads/forms_wovr_dl1.html

AutoIntegrity Support Team

WOVR Changes to the laws for written-off vehicles NSW

From 31 January 2011, the laws surrounding the management of written-off vehicles will change. The reforms state that all vehicles classified as write-offs in NSW after the introduction of the legislation will be automatically categorised as statutory (permanent) write-offs. This means they will only be able to be sold for parts or spare metal.

Still waiting on the new WOVR forms, if any one has them please email support@autointegrity.com.au

FAQ http://www.rta.nsw.gov.au/registration/downloads/faqs_110114.pdf

AutoIntegrity Support Team

Automechanika Shanghai 2010

Automechanika Shanghai 2010

Just got back from Automechanika Shanghai. Click on the link below to see the Chinese dancing car wash.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kNha3HKQoGs

Automechanika Shanghai China

AutoIntegrity will be off to the Automechanika in Shanghai on Wednesday. And in preparation I have done some research on the car accidents in China. Please enjoy the movie above.

Christiaan

WOVR NSW Update

Total loss

Road Transport (Vehicle Registration)
Amendment (Written-off Vehicles) Bill 2010

Summary: The bill provides for the keeping of a register of
written-off vehicles and the collection of information
concerning written-off vehicles. In addition, the bill will
enable information on the NSW register of written-off
vehicles to be accessed on the Austroads national
database of written-off vehicles. The bill aims to protect
consumers from unknowingly buying a poorly repaired
written-off vehicle, and seeks to clamp down on vehicle
re-birthing. Another objective is to prevent the trade of
stolen parts to repair written-off vehicles.

Proceedings: The Government argued that the bill protects
consumers in NSW, improves the safety of vehicles and
roads, and combats vehicle theft, vehicle re-birthing and
related criminal activity. The Opposition did not oppose
the bill, while noting some concerns, such as the
anticipated increase in insurance premiums as insurance
companies will no longer be able to sell certain damaged
vehicles at auction to mitigate the financial impact of
insurance claims. The bill was read a second time.

In the committee stage, the Government moved an
amendment to the bill to enable insurers, when
determining if a vehicle is a ‘total loss’, to use a specified
sum-insured value or the market value of the vehicle
immediately before the damage, dismantling or
demolition. The amendment was agreed to, the bill was
reported to the House with the amendment, read a third
time and returned to the Assembly. The Assembly agreed
to the Council’s amendment.