Ag vehicle notice replaces need for council permits

By Sharon O'Keeffe, Daniel Pedersen
May 3 2019 - 6:30am
New national laws relating to movement of agricultural vehicles came into force on Wednesday aiming to cut red tape and nationalise previously convoluted laws. Observers say the laws are an improvement.
New national laws relating to movement of agricultural vehicles came into force on Wednesday aiming to cut red tape and nationalise previously convoluted laws. Observers say the laws are an improvement.

A NEW national class 1 agricultural vehicle and combination notice is now in place, removing the need to apply for council permits when moving agricultural machinery and combinations on public roads across much of regional Australia.

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