|Automobile Associations are institutions that exist for the benefits of those who own automobile of some sort or the automobile manufacturers themselves. The objective of these associations may vary. Some of these may aim at dealing with the auto parts manufacturers while others may choose to focus on resolving issues related specifically to trucks or cars. Listed below are some of the prominent automobile associations active in India:
The Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA)
ACMA is the apex body of the Indian Automotive & Component Industry. Enthusiastically engaged in technology up-gradation, trade promotion, quality enhancement and collection and dispersion of information, ACMA has been playing the role of a spokesman for the Indian automobile component industry from the last 38 years.
203-205, Kirti Deep Building
Nangal Raya Business Centre
New Delhi-110 046.
Tel: +91-11-550 1669, 550 3101, 559 3190
Fax: +91-11-559 3189
Federation of Automobile Dealers Associations (FADA)
FADA is the first national body formed by the community of Automobile Dealers of India. Established in 1964, FADA was founded by four regional Auto Trade Associations, namely, Motor Vehicles And Allied Industries Association, The Motor Industries Association, The Automobile Traders Association and The Automobile Dealers Association of Maharashtra.
805, Surya Kiran
19 K G Marg
New Delhi-110 001.
Tel: +91-11-2332 0095, 6630 4852, 4153 1495
Fax: +91-11 2332 0093
Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM)
SIAM was formed in 1998, and represents 44 leading automobile engine manufacturers in India. SIAM acts as a significant communication link for the Automobile Industry with the Government, National and International bodies. The association lays stress on environment and safety related issues.
Core 4B, 5th Floor
India Habitat Center
New Delhi-110 003.
Tel: +91-11-464 7810-12, 464 8555
Fax: +91-11-464 8222
The Western India Automobile Association (WIAA)
Founded on October 15th 1919, WIAA is the largest and the oldest motoring body in South Asia with over forty-eight thousand members on its list. With a network of seven branches in four Indian states, WIAA provides numerous services to its members, ranging from legal advice on motoring issues to issuing of learners' licenses.
Lalji Naranji Memorial Building (IMC Building) 76
Veer Nariman Road Churchgate
Tel: +91-22-2041085, 2047032, 2041293, 2880407, 2041271
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Automobile Association Of Upper India
AAUI came into existence on September 20th 1950. AAUI has excellently served the transport, police and customs departments and has a say in the matters related with road safety, traffic discipline, motor driving and how to help the domestic and foreign tourists.
C- 8, Qutab Institutional Area
Behind of Qutab Hotel
Tel: +91-11-26965397, 26852052, 26611034, 26852033
Association of International Automobile Manufacturers, Inc (AIAM)
AIAM members are engaged in distribution of world-class passenger cars, light trucks and multipurpose passenger automobiles in USA. The association works like an information clearinghouse for the United States subsidiaries of its members.
2111 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, VA 22201
Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI)
ARAI has been playing a significant role in assuring less polluting, safe and efficient automobiles by providing technical expertise in research and testing, certification, homologation and regulating vehicle norms. It is a co-operative industrial research association formed by the Automobile & Component industry with the Ministry of Industries, Government of India.
Survey No. 102, Vetal Hill, Off Paud Road
Kothrud, Pune - 411 038.
P.B. No. 832, Pune - 411 004.
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