Month: April 2014

Operation Logan Takes Aim at Speed Limiter Tampering

Authorities are once again taking a stand against illegal practices in the NSW heavy vehicle industry during Operation Logan, this time taking aim at speed limiter tampering. The issue of speed limiter tampering within the industry is a cause for serious concern because authorities say, speeding is the biggest killer on Australian roads. NSW Police …

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Australian Trucking Association calls for Truck Maintenance Plan

The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) has called for progress on chain of responsibility extension. After the whole Cootes Transport fiasco, the ATA wants governments to implement a truck maintenance plan similar to the stringent rules that Cootes Transport are having to abide by in order to recover its safety and compliance record and continue to …

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Accredited Truck Operators to Benefit from Ease on Paperwork

There are currently changes being made by The National Transport Commission (NTC) to the law governing national heavy vehicle regulations. The changes the NTC says will make drivers and operators’ lives a whole lot simpler with less of a paperwork burden for accredited trucks. The amendment will involve removing the clauses that require drivers to …

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