thanks to them you can no longer do comparative car price shopping online. it's called component pricing and they can't advertise a price if it is not the final price you'll pay. it used to be that you could see the RRP's and work out the other charges on your own. now, you're flying blind and need to send in for a quote if you want to know the price of a car... dumb dumb dumb. http://www.aar.com.au/pubs/comp/focompmay09.htm "Industry specific issues: ACCC-issued guidelines Motor vehicle industry A common advertising technique that motor vehicle manufacturers and retailers use is to indicate a particular price for a motor vehicle and include in a disclaimer 'plus dealer delivery and statutory charges'. This form of advertising will no longer be acceptable under s53C, according to the ACCC's Pricing manual for the motor vehicle industry. Even where the component prices ' for example, the amount of stamp duty or registration payable ' are specified, unless a total price incorporating all component prices that a consumer will need to pay to acquire the particular motor vehicle is displayed as prominently as any other price, the ACCC's view is that the advertisement is likely to breach s53C. The ACCC pricing manual also indicates that 'dealer delivery' charges are not considered to be 'sending' charges exempted under s53C(2). The fact that dealer delivery and statutory charges may vary from region to region must also be taken into account when calculating the single total price."