Bypassing car dealers and allowing Australians to purchase vehicles online and have them delivered to their homes remains on the table as the Department of Infrastructure opens a review of the Motor Vehicle Standards Act. An options paper released by the agency says the federal government would need to consider the proposal’s effect on safety, emissions and consumer protection. It also proposes a relaxation of the Australian Design Rules once local production ends, because compliance ...

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