Consumer Affairs is preparing for its lines to run hot tomorrow, (Saturday) when it conducts a phone-in to hear people's views on the motor vehicle repair industry.
You can have your say on any aspect of this high-profile industry as part of an inquiry being chaired by Cheryl Davenport MLC.
Consumer Affairs Minister Yvonne Henderson asked Ms Davenport to consult widely with industry and consumer groups on all aspects of vehicle repairs, from legislation and standards to disputes and how to resolve them.
Today Ms Davenport met staff and apprentices at Carlisle TAFE, where automotive skills are taught, to learn first-hand about the industry.
"We are keen to hear the views of as many people and organisations as possible," Ms Davenport said.
"The inquiry needs to have a full understanding of the industry before it reports to Mrs Henderson early in December."
Callers should ring (09) 222 0666 or 008 199 117 from country areas. The 008 calls are free.
They will be asked about their experiences in having a vehicle repaired, and their views on standards or premises and equipment.