NZ Classic Car

TAKING ISSUE WITH PRICE ON INDUSTRY INTEGRITY

In the January 2020 issue of New Zealand Classic Car (page 66) your columnist, Greg Price, makes inaccurate claims about the recent consultation conducted by NZTA regarding the proposed Managing Integrity of Used Vehicle Certification Inspection and Inspection Organisations – Operational Policy.

Specifically he claims that VINZ, through its parent,

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