23 June 21
HVIA has settled on its position on proposed changes to Australian Design Rules governing vehicle width.READ MORE
11 June 21
HVIA’s Victorian State Committee meeting scheduled for next Friday will take place as an online/virtual meeting only.READ MORE
9 June 21
HVIA State Committees are considering proposed changes to Australian Design Rules (ADR) governing vehicle width.READ MORE
2 June 21
The June round of HVIA state committee meetings kicked off in Brisbane yesterday as a hybrid in-person and on-line meeting.READ MORE
17 February 21
Agendas for 2021's first round of HVIA State Committee meetings are now available with a broad range of issues and information on the table.READ MORE
16 December 20
Draft documents regarding VSB6 - Section T covering Tow trucks and proposed reviews to the Heavy Vehicle Inspection Manual are currently ioen for comment.READ MORE
15 December 20
The Department of Infrastructure has released a series of draft determinations on issues relevant to the Road Vehicle Standards Act implementation.READ MORE
2 December 20
After a forced hiatus during much of 2020, HVIA's State Committee meetings were held in Brisbane and Perth over the last week. If you missed those there is still an online meeting Thursday 3rd December.READ MORE
25 November 20
Attendees of HVIA’s State Committee meetings will have the opportunity to inform HVIA’s submission to the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) Review with the meetings kicking off in Brisbane tomorrow.READ MORE
11 November 20
HVIA's State Committee meetings are ready to make a long-awaited comeback with in-person attendance for Brisbane and Perth and an online meeting catering to other members.READ MORE
17 March 20
HVIA is postponing all State Committee Meetings currently scheduled for April and June.READ MORE
29 January 20
A review of tyre management practice in the Australian PBS system recommends a system based around the use of standard tyre characteristics for all PBS assessments.READ MORE
30 October 19
A refreshing dose of Government/industry cooperation has seen the roll over to ADR 38/05 back on track in the face of encroaching deadlines.
HVIA has been working with the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development (DIT) and component manufacturers on the roll over process from ADR 38/04 to ADR 38/05, affecting Identification Plate Approval (IPA) certifications.
6 March 19
HVIA’s new President, John Drake has wasted no time in implementing the Board’s vision by announcing new State Committees in Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales to commence later this month.
Mr Drake says he is a firm believer in collaboration.
“I know – like my company – our members have strong views on topics ...READ MORE