Recent changes in the Foreign used car industry has engaged the attention of dealers.
The changes announced on Friday include, the age limit of gas powered foreign used cars imported has been changed from 4 to 6 years, individuals can now import a foreign used right hand drive car for personal use once every 4 years instead of once every 3 years.
President of Trinidad and Tobago Automotive Dealers Association (TTADA) Visham Babwah has revealed that the age limit imposed on the imported vehicles would severely affect the prices for consumers, and put them at a disadvantage.
He made the comments in an interview this morning.
Vice President of the Trinidad and Tobago Automotive Dealers Association Rondell Fields also in an interview this morning commented on alleged discrepancies in the foreign used car market.
He acknowledged that the public should be made aware of issues within the industry however he revealed that they were criticized each time they sought to warn the purchasing public.
Vice President of the Trinidad and Tobago Automotive Dealers Association Rondell Fields