ACCC conducts surveillance on quad bike dealerships

Melody Labinsky
By Melody Labinsky
Updated August 24 2021 - 11:25pm, first published August 23 2021 - 8:30pm
All new and second-hand imported quad bikes sold in Australia from October 11 must be fitted with operator protection devices and meet minimum stability requirements.

One in six quad bikes for sale through dealerships do not meet national safety standards, surveillance from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has revealed.

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Melody Labinsky

Melody Labinsky

National machinery and agtech writer

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