Self-regulation of vehicle inspection and licence failed, says NZTA chair Stiassny

Pattrick Smellie
Sun, 14 Oct 2018

By Pattrick Smellie Oct. 15 (BusinessDesk) - Self-regulation by vehicle inspection and licencing providers has failed, says the chair of the New Zealand Transport Agency, Michael Stiassny, who discovered after his appointment in April that they haven't followed up on evidence of non-compliance. Stiassny has been tasked with moving quickly to change the agency's focus from education to enforcement of non-compliance and clean up what Transport Minister Phil Twyford claimed was years of underfunding and under-performance by the department's...

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