Month: December 2013

Tackling the Issue of Truck Rollovers in Melbourne

The problem of truck rollovers has gotten quite bad in Melbourne, resulting in the Victorian Transport Association (VTA) calling for industry and government to work together to prevent similar incidents in the future. Sadly truck rollovers are a problem affecting not only the trucking industry but everyone on the road in Melbourne because truck rollovers …

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Police Concerned by Adelaide Defects

Police in Adelaide are highly concerned about the number of defects discovered during a 2 week blitz last week. South Australian Police expressed their disappointment in the number of defect notices they were forced to issue while carrying out their latest truck safety initiative dubbed “Operation Wayward”. The blitz ran for only 2 days but …

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Increase in mobile speed cameras in NSW from December

New South Wales drivers should be ready for increased mobile speed camera enforcement hours as of next month. The state government have promised to increase the current 900 hours per month to 7000 hours per 10,000 people. Authorities have reiterated that they want to see a marked improvement in road safety and the number of …

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Call for Thorough Investigation of Truck Accidents

An interesting new topic which is of immense relevance for truckies and operators are the calls for more in depth and thorough investigation of accidents involving trucks. A number of industry bodies including the National Transport Insurance (NTI) and the Australian Trucking Association have called for a more thorough investigation of trucking accidents. The country’s …

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