Common Roads, Common Sense

Large agricultural vehicles (LAVs) are important pieces of machinery that spend most of their time working the land. But, from time to time they need to use the public roads to move from farm to farm. Join us in promoting common sense and safe interactions between large farm machinery and the motoring public on regional roads.

This project is part of the National Farmers' Federation Sharing the Road Campaign (agricultural industry), funded by the NHVR's Heavy Vehicle Safety Initiative program, with the support of the Commonwealth Government.

For more information visit https://farmers.org.au/campaign/

Common Sense, Common Roads - instructional video

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