A potential solution is on the table to alleviate the slow processing of Vehicle Type Approvals (VTA) and variations – a hot discussion topic during the latest round of HVIA State Committee meetings related to ongoing frustrations since the implementation of the Road Vehicles Standards Act.
The solution suggested by the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications has been to potentially allow cloning of applications.
Yesterday the Department produced a discussion paper outlining options for how this could be included in the ROVER application.
This discussion paper will also form part of the agenda at tomorrow’s (Thursday) State Committee meeting in Melbourne.
If you have attended one of the earlier State Committee Meetings or if you are unable to attend tomorrows meeting please contact Greg Forbes with your thoughts on the discussion paper.
HVIA will collate members views and provide a formal submission to the Department on a preferred approach.
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