Department reschedules ROVER webinar for this Friday

Webinar on changes to functionality of Road Vehicle Regulator (ROVER) administrative system rescheduled

The Federal Department of Infrastructure and Transport has rescheduled its public webinar on upcoming changes to the functionality of the Road Vehicle Regulator (ROVER) administrative system for the Road Vehicle Standards Act (RVSA).

The webinar will now be held at 11am AEST this Friday, September 8 and cover the following changes coming in ROVER Release 8C:

  • Fewer mandatory fields in compliance information forms;
  • Adding multiple specialist and enthusiast entry numbers to Model Report applications;
  • Increased visibility of invoices that are overdue for payment; and
  • Published lists of vehicles under recall.

There’s no need to RSVP. The presentation will be hosted via Microsoft Teams and links to join are provided below. Persons unable to attend will be able to access a recording of the webinar, which will be made available on the ROVER Release 8C web page.

Join on your computer, mobile app:

Click here to join the meeting

Or call in (audio only):

+61 2 6188 4842,,429373499# Australia, Canberra

Phone Conference ID: 429 373 499#

Find a local number

On September 1 the Department held an initial webinar concerning its move to bring the Register of Approved Vehicles (RAV) in-house.

ROVER users will be impacted in that they will be required to send their RAV submissions to a different email address and ensure all the information in their submissions are correct, otherwise their vehicles will not be entered on the RAV.

If you were unable to attend, you can access a recording of the webinar on the ROVER Release 8C web page.

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