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Don't miss out on your opportunity to attend the Heavy Vehicle Modification and Innovation Conference March 2017

Heavy Vehicle Modification and Innovation Conference March 2017

Heavy Vehicle Modification and Innovation Conference 2017

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Thursday 2 of March to Friday 3 of March 2017

Venue: 
VACC House, 464 St Kilda Road,Melbourne
Sunday, January 22, 2017
Chain of Responsibility Industry Survey and Workshops

Chain of Responsibility Industry Survey and Workshops

The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator needs your help. We are currently working with all parties in the logistics supply chain to advance the understanding of Chain of Responsibility (CoR) obligations under the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL).....

Sunday, September 18, 2016

CVIAA Submission to the Australian Consumer Law Review

CVIAA submission in response to the Australian Government's first review of the Australian Consumer Law.  

CVIAA submission to ACL Review.pdf
Sunday, July 31, 2016
Reminder: Implementation of the NHVIM Version 2.1 in Queensland and Victoria

Reminder: Implementation of the NHVIM Version 2.1 in Queensland and Victoria

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On 1 July 2016, the National Heavy Vehicle Inspection Manual (NHVIM) Version 2.1 will become the inspection standard for all heavy vehicle inspections in Victoria. Read more....

 

Thursday, June 30, 2016
Meeting To Discuss Heavy Vehicle Regulations

Meeting To Discuss Heavy Vehicle Regulations

L-R: Daniel Elkins & Peter Austin - National Heavy Vehicle Regulator, Phillip Hodges - CVIAA President, Roy Lombardi & Clive Polley - CVIAA Delegates
The CVIAA met with the NHVR at the CVIAA National meeting in Brisbane to discuss a range of topics impacting on the heavy vehicle industry across Australia.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Australia Moves Closer To Consistent Truck Inspection Standards

Australian jurisdictions have moved closer to consistent heavy vehicle inspection standards, with Tasmania, the Australian Capital Territory and South Australia all adopting the same standards.

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

ADR Changes Cut Truck Trade Red Tape

The Australian government has introduced amendments to the Australian Design Rules (ADRs) to cut red tape, a move which should benefit the trucking industry.

Wednesday, March 9, 2016
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