The Transport and Main Roads Heavy Vehicle Telematics Strategy 2016 demonstrates how we’re using leading technology to meet our customer’s needs now and into the future.
The Heavy Vehicle Access Management System (HVAMS) will replace the department’s current permit management system with a new web-based platform.
Queensland has a policy that allows vehicles fitted with road-friendly suspension to carry more freight on routes that are capable of accepting higher masses. Find out about higher mass limits.
Heavy vehicle charges are set nationally and are based on the principle that heavy vehicles pay their fair share of road spending.
General information about the management of the fatigue of heavy vehicle drivers as well as relevant links to the NHVR’s webpage and the current legislation.
Find out about heavy vehicle guidelines and class permits.
Heavy vehicle stability systems detect when a vehicle is approaching its handling limits.
The performance based standards scheme provides industry additional opportunities to innovate, resulting in improved productivity for a given freight task, safer performance and the least possible effects on roads and bridges.
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