Quad Bike Safety: Issues Paper

Closes 15 Dec 2017

Opened 13 Nov 2017

Overview

The ACCC has established a taskforce to conduct an investigation into quad bike safety and consider the merits of implementing a safety standard for quad bikes under the Australian Consumer Law (ACL).

As part of this process, the ACCC has released the Quad Bike Safety Issues Paper (available below) for consultation. The Issues Paper includes a series of questions that the ACCC is considering as part of their investigation. Responses will be used to inform a cost benefit analysis and any draft recommendations.  

How to make a submission

Interested parties can choose to upload a submission or complete the individual questions as outlined in the Issues Paper. Alternatively, submissions can be lodged by post or email to:

Director
Quad Bikes Taskforce
Consumer Product Safety Branch
Australian Competition & Consumer Commission
GPO Box 3131
Canberra, ACT 2601

Email: qbtaskforce@accc.gov.au

Please include your name, organisation and contact details when making a submission.

Submissions are due by 5pm, 15 December 2017.

All submissions will be treated as public documents and published on the ACCC website, productsafety.gov.au, unless otherwise requested.

Any parties wishing to submit commercial-in-confidence material should clearly mark it so, and submit both a public version and commercial-in-confidence version of their submission, with reasons explaining why it is confidential. More information about the ACCC’s treatment of confidential information can be found in the ACCC’s Information Policy.

Audiences

  • All consumers
  • Industry
  • Government agencies
  • Consumer groups

Interests

  • Product Safety
  • Consumer issues