• Industry coming together to provide feedback on VSB 6

    Industry coming together to provide feedback on VSB 6

  • National body representing members in the  commercial vehicle industry

    National body representing members in the commercial vehicle industry

  • Working collaboratively with National Heavy Vehicle Regulatory and other associations

    Working collaboratively with National Heavy Vehicle Regulatory and other associations

  • Over 1000 members nationally and growing

    Over 1000 members nationally and growing

Welcome to CVIAA

The CVIAA membership is comprised of individual state bodies and organisations - the Commercial Vehicle Industry divisions of the Victorian Automotive Chamber of Commerce (VACC) and the Motor Trades Association (MTA) of NSW, NT, SA and WA.
Learn more about our structure and next meeting date, become a member in your state, or contact us.
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LATEST NEWS


All accreditation transactions available through the NHVR Portal

As of Wednesday 1 July 2020, all NHVAS applications and transaction will be required to be lodged via the NHVR Portal, rather than by email.

If you are an existing NHVR Portal user or have an Access, Registration or Vehicle Standards account, the NHVR Portal administrators on the account have not changed.

Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Federal Government to freeze Heavy Vehicle Road User Charge at current levels

CVIAV is pleased to report the Federal Government has announced a freeze on Heavy Vehicle Road User Charges at current levels.

CVIAA is pleased to report the Federal Government's announcement of a freeze on Heavy Vehicle Road User Charges at current levels.

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Development, the Hon Michael McCormack MP stated:

“The Road User Charge, which was set to recover the heavy vehicle share of road maintenance and improvements, will stay at 25.8 cents for diesel in 2020-21 instead of increasing by the scheduled 2.5 per cent.”


This comes on the back of heavy industry lobbying by CVIAV, CVIAA and other industry associations who claimed the industry was already under immense cost pressures regarding fuel, road tolls, stamp duty and registration charges.

Members can read the full media release HERE.

Members can read the CVIAA submission HERE.

Thursday, May 7, 2020

Component Type Approvals to be managed under new Road Vehicle Standards Act

Through ongoing consultation with industry stakeholders, the Department of Infrastructure has been made aware of concerns that it would be a significant cost and regulatory burden if testing of a component is required to be undertaken where the test evidence remains relevant, correct and current but the test facility registered in RVCS no longer exists.

Members are advised that the Department of Infrastructure (the Department) has released two explanatory documents detailing how Component Type Approvals will be managed under the new Road Vehicle Standards Act (due to come into effect next year).

 

Tuesday, April 28, 2020
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