For instance, the CCAAC reported that 'consumers from culturally and linguistically diverse communities and those over the age of 65 have a higher uptake of extended warranties than other groups.
The CCAAC reports that there are two types of extended warranties:
9) Consumer Affairs Victoria, 'Warranties and Refunds in the Electronic Goods, White Goods and Mobile Telephone Industries' (Research Paper No 17, May 2009) 2-3; CCAAC Final Report, above n 8, 127-8; Carter, 'The Commercial Side of Australian Consumer Protection Law', above n 8, 226.
66) But see CCAAC Final Report, above n 8, 128, where it was noted that adopting the provisions of the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 (NZ) would advance one of the objectives of the Australia New Zealand Closer Economic Relations Trade Agreement, signed 28 March 1983,  ATS 2 (entered into force 1 January 1983).
116) See also CCAAC Final Report, above n 8, 42, where the CCAAC recommended against a provision specifying a period within which it would be presumed goods were not of merchantable quality.
118) See further CCAAC Final Report, above n 8, 79.