MTA was founded in 1917 in a public library and has since grown to become the hub of the country’s automotive industry, representing over 4,000 business owners.
The organisation represents businesses in a range of capacities in the automotive sector including mechanical and collision repairers, vehicle dealers, and service station operators.
What does MTA do?
MTA advises, supports and educates the automotive community to keep vehicles on New Zealand roads safe and working.
It ensures all members meet high standards, so customers can have assurance in the quality of the services members provide and the vehicles they sell.
MTA also operates a free mediation service, with impartial experts ready to help solve any situations or problems relating to dealings between automotive members and consumers.
While the automotive industry has gone through huge change over the last century, our goal at MTA has stayed the same – to create a sustainable business advantage for members and to support the motoring public.