FCAI Submission to Ntc Discussion Paper on Control of Automated Vehicles
Road regulations and vehicle regulatory standards will be gradually developed and regulatory authorities will develop the necessary regulatory approaches for automated driving over time.
FCAI Submission to Inquiry Into Social Issues Relating to Land-Based Driverless Vehicles in...
The FCAI and member companies recognise the potential of connected and automated vehicles(CAV) to provide significant safety, environmental and social benefits to Australia through reductionsin crashes, reduced congestion and increased mobility.
FCAI Response to Better Fuel Discussion Paper
FCAI Response to Vehicle Efficiency Draft Ris
Response to Euro 6 Draft Ris
FCAI Submission to the Acma Consultation on C-Its
To facilitate the introduction of automated and connected vehicles, it is important to harmonise with the relevant overseas market’s vehicle technical and operation standards.
FCAI Response to Vehicle Emissions Discussion Paper
The Australian automotive industry is committed to continuing to make a strong contribution to national efforts to reduce the impact of global climate change.
Australia is a small market comprising only 1.5% of global production.
FCAI Submission to Ntc Issues Paper: Regulatory Barriers to More Automated Road and Rail Vehicles
The FCAI member companies recognise the potential for automated and connected vehicles to provide significant safety and environmental benefits to Australia through reductions in crashes and congestion.
FCAI Submission to the Pc Inquiry Into Intellectual Property Arrangements
On 7 October 2015 the Productivity Commission released an issues paper to assist stakeholders in preparing submissions to the public inquiry into Intellectual Property Arrangements. The issues paper outlines a range of issues about which the Commission is seeking comment on.
FCAI Submission to the Nsw Consumer Complaints Register Discussion Paper
FCAI Submission to the Queensland Parliament Inquiry Into Lemon Laws
FCAI'S Submission to the 2015 Senate Road Safety Inquiry
The FCAI's submission to the 2015 Senate Road Safety Inquiry provided the FCAI’s view on road safety and the role of the vehicle, and was aimed at also addressing the following parts of the Inquiry terms of reference; the importance of design standards on imported vehicles, as...
FCAI Submission to the Regulation Impact Statement for Improved Protection of Vehicle Occupants...
FCAI Submission to the Senate Economic Legislation Committee Inquiry Into the Future of...
This submission follows an earlier interim submission that focused on domestic motor vehicle manufacturing in Australia. Consequently, this submission seeks to address the remaining issues canvassed by the Inquiry’s Terms of Reference that are relevant to FCAI members.
FCAI Response to the Independent Review of the Fuel Quality Standards Act 2000 Issues Paper
The FCAI and member companies’ long standing position is that fuel quality standards, GHG emission targets (i.e. CO2 standards or targets) and vehicle pollutant emission standards all need to be considered together, as they are all interrelated.
FCAI Supplementary Submission to the Motor Vehicle Standards Act Review
The FCAI welcomes the opportunity to make this supplementary submission to the review of the Motor Vehicles Standards Act 1989.
This submission follows earlier submissions and comments provided by the FCAI to the Infrastructure Department throughout the MVSA review.
FCAI Submission to Tax Discussion Paper 2015
FCAI Response to the Australian Government'S 'Setting Australia’s Post-2020 Target for...
The Australian automotive industry is committed to making a strong contribution to national efforts to reduce the impact of global climate change. To achieve a reduction in CO2 emissions from private road transport an “Integrated Approach” is required.
FCAI Response to the Australian Government'S Working Towards a National Clean Air Agreement...
The FCAI supports improved air quality for citizens and fuel efficiency of motor vehicles. This should be done through the consistent application of measures at technological, behavioral and regulatory levels.
FCAI Interim Submission to the Senate Economic Legislation Committee Inquiry Into the Future of...
The Terms of Reference for this inquiry examine the broad state of the automotive industry, from manufacturing to retail and services. This submission seeks to provide an overview of the industry, with a specific focus on automotive manufacturing.
Submission to the Senate Economic Legislation Committee Inquiry Into the Automotive...
The FCAI opposes the Australian Government’s proposal to remove $900 million from the ATS and close the scheme on 1 January 2018 as outlined in the Automotive Transformation Scheme Amendment Bill 2014.
Submission to the Senate Economic References Committee Inquiry Into Australia’s Innovation System
The Australian automotive industry is one of Australia’s most advanced industries. It deploys advanced manufacturing techniques, technologies and adds value through the broader economy far beyond its manufacturing core.
The Commonwealth Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy Act) and the Australian Privacy Principles in the Privacy Act (APPs) govern how the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI) manages the personal information of individuals that it collects and holds.