Latest news Skip listen and sharing tools Listen Filter by category All News alerts Industry updates Legislation updates Media releases Public warnings Enforceable undertakings Court actions Showing articles tagged with 'Motor cars' Abdellatif Cheairi Bouiaji - Court outcome Court actions 3 January 2019 A Shepparton man has been convicted and fined $30,000 after pleading guilty to unlicensed motor car trading, in breach of the Motor Car Traders Act 1986. Marjan Hayvari - Court outcome Court actions 21 December 2018 A Glenroy woman has been fined $10,000 after pleading guilty to unlicensed motor car trading, in breach of Victorian motor car trader laws. Gelzar Ali Aziz - Court outcome Court actions 12 December 2018 A North Fitzroy woman has been fined more than $23,000, without a conviction, after pleading guilty to unlicensed motor car trading, in breach of the Motor Car Traders Act 1986. Compare fuel prices to pay less at the pump - Media release Media releases 14 September 2018 Regional motorists are being encouraged to use fuel-price comparison apps or websites to get the best deal in the lead-up to the school holidays and Grand Final weekend. Hassan Al Dali - Court action Court actions 3 June 2016 An unlicensed motor car trader will spend at least six months in jail, after an unsuccessful appeal hearing at the County Court of Victoria. Hassan Al Banna Al Dali - Court action Court actions 27 December 2013 An unlicensed motor car trader has been sentenced to 12 months’ imprisonment, wholly suspended, and fined $4000 for odometer tampering and other offences. Allan Patterson and Cynthia Patterson, trading as Cohuna Car Sales - Court action Court actions 3 May 2013 Licensed motor car traders (LMCTs) Allan and Cynthia Patterson, trading as Cohuna Car Sales, have given undertakings to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal after contravening the Motor Car Traders Act 1986. Clay Young Pty Ltd - Court action Court actions 27 February 2013 South Melbourne licensed motor car trader Clay Young Pty Ltd, trading as Melbourne Vehicle Brokers, has been fined $15,000 by the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court for selling three cars with money owing on them. Bilal Ammoun - Court action Court actions 17 April 2012 A man who operated illegally as a motor car trader and misrepresented vehicles for sale has been convicted and ordered to pay $8000. Prestige hire car companies - Public warning Public warnings 17 February 2010 The Director of Consumer Affairs Victoria has issued a Public Warning notice to consumers about the business practices of certain prestige car hire companies.