By Chris WrightThe Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is preparing to release a draft exemption for buying new cars.
The Government has promised to introduce an exemption by 2021 but it is not yet clear how much the Government will save in the form of reduced tariffs or tax credits.
In the past the Government has proposed a range of exemptions and exemptions have been approved.
It is the first time in a long time that the Government is looking to lower the cost of buying a new car.
This is because it will save money on the sale of cars, but it also raises the costs of maintaining the cars and will have an impact on emissions.
The Government also needs to make sure the exemption is applied on the same day that it is announced.
Currently, the Government needs to put a stamp on the car and send it to the manufacturer within 30 days of the vehicle’s being purchased.
The first cars would be exempt from the exemption.
A second exemption would apply to the second car.
The final exemption would be for the third car.
This exemption would also apply to all future purchases of cars.
The new car exemption would not be available to new cars that are on sale now and would have to be returned to the Government by the end of 2020.
That means all cars sold after 2021 would have the exemption, including those sold after that date.
The Federal Government says the Government’s plans are good for the environment, consumers and the economy.
“It will deliver the greatest reduction in car ownership costs, particularly for families with children and those on low incomes,” the Government said in a statement.
As well as the reduction in cost of cars sold, the exemption will reduce emissions by about 15 per cent.
The State Government also wants to introduce the exemption by 2020.