The NHVR is responsible for granting vehicle standards exemptions across participating jurisdictions (ACT, NSW, Qld, SA, Tas, and Vic).
Vehicle standards and modifications application forms
The NHVR uses Approved Vehicle Examiners (AVE) to certify and approve certain modifications under the Heavy Vehicle National Law.
The NHVR has classified the type of heavy vehicle modifications that require approval, either by an Approved Vehicle Examiner (AVE) or the NHVR.
The National Heavy Vehicle Inspection Manual (NHVIM) provides authorised officers and industry with consistent criteria for heavy vehicle inspections.
In certain circumstances, you can ask the NHVR to review a decision it has made.
The Roadworthiness Program is a package of eight projects being delivered by the NHVR on behalf of Transport and Infrastructure Council (TIC). The objective of the program is to reduce the social, environmental and economic impacts resulting from unroadworthy heavy
Information for owners and operators who are seeking in-principle support for the registration and use of a Special Purpose Vehicle.
The NHVR does not charge for vehicle standards applications. However, operators and owners will incur fees and charges for third-party services associated with vehicle modification, certification and inspection.
Vehicle Standards Bulletin 6: National Code of Practice Heavy Vehicle Modifications, known as VSB6, is the national standard for the most common modifications made to heavy vehicles.
Vehicle Standards Guides provide advice and guidance, on a range of issues regarding heavy vehicle standards and modifications.