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Fatal hit-and-run leads to police raid on company’s fleet

Following a fatal hit-and-run at Brookvale on Sydney’s northern beaches some two weeks ago, NSW police have… Read more…

‘Make amends’ notices issued in SA police blitz

SA Police has released figures from the State’s Operation AUSTRANS, which ran throughout May, and elsewhere in… Read more…

NTC wants feedback on proposed changes to HVNL

Last week’s CoR Bulletin discussed the penalties associated with tampering with speed limiters, noting that a number… Read more…

Whose responsibility is a faulty speed limiter?

In the first two weeks of Operation StateTrans (which runs throughout May), NSW Traffic and Highway Patrol… Read more…

Keep up! Our laws are not ready for driverless vehicles

Heavy vehicle drivers who fear losing their jobs to technology – in the form of driverless vehicles… Read more…

Telematics just part of the solution

I’ve just returned from the 2016 International Truck, Trailer and Equipment Show in Melbourne. Organisers are hoping… Read more…

4 risk categories of Chain of Responsibility breaches you need to know today

By now, many readers of this bulletin will be familiar with the four pillars of their CoR… Read more…

A bridge too brittle – heaviest trucks banned from Melbourne’s West Gate

Much has been written this week about the demise of the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal and, with… Read more…

PM wants tribunal abolished

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has promised to delay the start date of the Road Safety Remuneration Order… Read more…

Calculating the costs of a Chain of Responsibility breach

You may have read articles or reports detailing the financial penalties imposed on companies that breached their… Read more…