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Summary of telematics schemes across Australia

Below is a list of all schemes currently available, which enable heavy vehicles to operate on Australian road networks. 

Schemes are currently applied to the following types of vehicles:

Jurisdiction Scheme Who’ll be interested?  What do I need to do? Do I need Smart OBM?
NSW TMA Higher Mass Limits Scheme (NSW) Operators of eligible vehicles operating at HML in New South Wales that have the scheme as a condition of operating under the NSW HML notice.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.

Note: Eligible vehicles may also, or alternatively, be enrolled in an applicable IAP HML scheme with Transport for NSW

If an enrolled vehicle has a TCA-approved Smart OBM system installed, mass and vehicle configuration data is required from this device rather than via self-declaration.
QLD TMA Higher Mass Limits Scheme (QLD) Operators of eligible vehicles operating at HML in Queensland that have the scheme as a condition of operating under a QLD HML notice.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
If an enrolled vehicle has a TCA-approved Smart OBM system installed, mass and vehicle configuration data is required from this device rather than via self-declaration.

 

Jurisdiction Scheme Who’ll be interested?  What do I need to do? Do I need Smart OBM?
NSW RIM Semi-Trailer Farm Gate Access Scheme (NSW) Operators of eligible Semi-Trailer combinations involved in transporting livestock or grain on restricted access vehicle networks in NSW.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a registered or certified service provider.
No
VIC TMA High Productivity Freight Vehicle Monitoring Scheme (VIC) Operators of eligible HPFVs looking to access approved routes or networks in Victoria.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
  3. Confirm with the service provider that a Smart OBM system is installed on the prime mover and trailers and is paired to operate with that certified service provider.
Yes
VIC TMA High Productivity Freight Vehicle Monitoring Scheme (No Mass Monitoring) (VIC) Operators of eligible HPFVs looking to access approved routes or networks in Victoria.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.

Note: Eligible vehicles may also, or alternatively, be enrolled in the related IAP High Productivity Freight Vehicle Monitoring Scheme.

No

 

Jurisdiction Scheme Who’ll be interested?  What do I need to do? Do I need Smart OBM?
NSW RIM Road Train Farm Gate Access Scheme (NSW) Operators of eligible Road Train combinations involved in transporting livestock or grain on restricted access vehicle networks in NSW.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a registered or certified service provider.

 

No
QLD TMA PBS Vehicle Mass Monitoring Scheme (QLD) Operators of eligible PBS-approved vehicles, looking for increased network access and loads on approved routes or networks in Queensland.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
  3. Confirm with the service provider that a Smart OBM system is installed on the prime mover and trailers and is paired to operate with that certified service provider.

 

Yes
VIC TMA Road Train Monitoring Scheme (VIC) Operators of eligible road trains looking to access approved routes or networks in Victoria.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
No

Jurisdiction Scheme Who’ll be interested?  What do I need to do? Do I need Smart OBM?
NSW TMA Higher Mass Limits Scheme (NSW) Operators of eligible vehicles operating at HML in New South Wales that have the scheme as a condition of operating under the NSW HML notice.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.

Note: Eligible vehicles may also, or alternatively, be enrolled in an applicable IAP HML scheme with Transport for NSW.

If an enrolled vehicle has a TCA-approved Smart OBM system installed, mass and vehicle configuration data is required from this device rather than via self-declaration.
NSW RIM B-Double Farm Gate Access Scheme (NSW) Operators of eligible B-Double combinations involved in transporting livestock or grain on restricted access vehicle networks in NSW.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a registered or certified service provider.
No
NSW RIM Port Botany Container Movement Efficiency Scheme (NSW) Transport operators involved in transporting containers in and out of Port Botany, looking for increased mass limits (CML) without needing the Mass Management Module of the National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation Scheme (NHVAS).
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements specified in the applicable Port Botany Container notice, available on the NHVR website.
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a registered or certified service provider.
No
QLD TMA Higher Mass Limits Scheme (QLD) Operators of eligible vehicles operating at HML in Queensland that have the scheme as a condition of operating under a QLD HML notice.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
If an enrolled vehicle has a TCA-approved Smart OBM system installed, mass and vehicle configuration data is required from this device rather than via self-declaration.

Jurisdiction Scheme Who’ll be interested?  What do I need to do? Do I need Smart OBM?
NSW TMA PBS Vehicle Mass Monitoring Scheme (NSW) Operators of eligible PBS-approved vehicles at GML, CML or QML1 and at Tier 1 mass looking for increased access on approved routes or networks in New South Wales.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
  3. Confirm with the service provider that a Smart OBM system is installed on the prime mover and trailers and is paired to operate with that certified service provider.
Yes
NSW TMA PBS Vehicle Monitoring Schemes (NSW) Operators of eligible PBS-approved vehicles at GML, CML or QML1 and at Tier 2 or 3 mass looking for increased access on approved routes or networks in New South Wales.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a registered or certified service provider.

 

No
NSW TMA Higher Mass Limits Scheme (NSW) Operators of eligible vehicles operating at HML in New South Wales who have the scheme as a condition of operating under the NSW HML notice.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.

Note: Eligible vehicles may also, or alternatively, be enrolled in an applicable IAP HML scheme with Transport for NSW.

If an enrolled vehicle has a TCA-approved Smart OBM system installed, mass and vehicle configuration data is required from this device rather than via self-declaration.
NSW TMA Livestock Loading Scheme (NSW) Operators of B-Triple and AB-Triple vehicles, seeking increased access to the NSW Livestock Loading Scheme network.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
No
NSW RIM Road Train Farm Gate Access Scheme (NSW) Operators of eligible Road Train combinations involved in transporting livestock or grain on restricted access vehicle networks in NSW.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a registered or certified service provider.
No
QLD TMA Higher Mass Limits Scheme (QLD) Operators of eligible vehicles operating at HML in Queensland that have the scheme as a condition of operating under a QLD HML notice.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
If an enrolled vehicle has a TCA-approved Smart OBM system installed, mass and vehicle configuration data is required from this device rather than via self-declaration.
QLD TMA PBS Vehicle Mass Monitoring Scheme (QLD) Operators of eligible PBS-approved vehicles, looking for increased network access and loads on approved routes or networks in Queensland.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
  3. Confirm with the service provider that a Smart OBM system is installed on the prime mover and trailers and is paired to operate with that certified service provider.
Yes
TAS TMA PBS Vehicle Monitoring Scheme (TAS) Operators of PBS-approved A-Doubles or 30m B-Doubles looking to access approved routes or networks in Tasmania.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
  3. Confirm with the service provider that a Smart OBM system is installed on the prime mover and trailers and is paired to operate with that certified service provider.
If an enrolled vehicle has a TCA-approved Smart OBM system installed, mass and vehicle configuration data is required from this device rather than via self-declaration.
VIC TMA High Productivity Freight Vehicle Monitoring Scheme (VIC) Operators of eligible HPFVs looking to access approved routes or networks in Victoria.

 

  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Obtain Class 2 permit from the NHVR.
  3. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
  4. Confirm with the service provider that a Smart OBM system is installed on the prime mover and trailers and is paired to operate with that certified service provider.
Yes
VIC TMA High Productivity Freight Vehicle Monitoring Scheme (No Mass Monitoring) (VIC) Operators of eligible HPFVs looking to access approved routes or networks in Victoria.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Obtain Class 2 permit from the NHVR.
  3. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.

Note: Vehicles may also, or alternatively, be enrolled in the related IAP High Productivity Freight Vehicle Monitoring Scheme.

No
VIC TMA Road Train Monitoring Scheme (VIC) Operators of eligible road trains looking to access approved routes or networks in Victoria.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
No
WA TMA PBS Vehicle Monitoring Scheme (WA) Operators of eligible PBS-approved vehicles looking to access approved routes of the PBS network in Western Australia.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
  3. Refer to the Performance Based Standards (PBS) page on the Main Roads WA website for more information about operating PBS vehicles in WA.
No
WA TMA Hill Descent Monitoring – Roelands Hill Scheme (WA) Operators of 36.5-meter Category 7 (A) AB-triple combinations, with a tri-axle dolly and tri-axle trailers looking to access concessional mass limits In Roelands Hill, Coalfields Highway, WA.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
No

Jurisdiction Scheme Who’ll be interested?  What do I need to do? Do I need Smart OBM?
NSW TMA PBS Vehicle Mass Monitoring Scheme (NSW) Operators of eligible PBS-approved vehicles at GML, CML or QML1 and at Tier 1 mass required to monitor mass and vehicle configuration, operating under the applicable instrument of access approval on the NSW road network.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
  3. Confirm with the service provider that a Smart OBM system is installed on the prime mover and trailers and is paired to operate with that certified service provider.

 

Yes
NSW TMA PBS Vehicle Monitoring Schemes (NSW) Operators of eligible PBS-approved vehicles at GML, CML or QML1 and at Tier 2 or 3 mass looking for increased access on approved routes or networks in New South Wales.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a registered or certified service provider.

 

No
NSW TMA Hill Descent Monitoring – Mount Ousley Scheme (NSW) Operators of eligible combinations (such as PBS Level 2B vehicles – see scheme document) involved in transporting coal or other essential goods down Mount Ousley in NSW.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
  3. Confirm with the service provider that a Smart OBM system is installed on the prime mover and trailers and is

 

Yes
NSW TMA Hill Descent Monitoring – Beacon Hill Scheme (NSW) Operators of eligible PBS Truck and Dog combinations travelling down Beacon Hill from Alfred St to Pittwater Road in NSW.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
  3. Confirm with the service provider that a Smart OBM system is installed on the prime mover and trailers and is

 

Yes
NSW RIM PBS Vehicle Monitoring Schemes (NSW) Operators of PBS-approved vehicles at GML, CML or QML1 and at Tier 1 mass looking for increased access on approved routes or networks in New South Wales.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a registered or certified service provider.

 

No
NSW RIM Safety, Productivity, Construction and Environment Transport Scheme (SPECTS)(NSW) Eligible transport operators involved in construction activities in Sydney, Newcastle and Wollongong, looking to access increased payloads (depending on the type of vehicle).
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the SPECTS Business Rules available on the TfNSW website.
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a registered or certified service provider.

 

No

 

 

NSW RIM Port Botany Container Movement Efficiency Scheme (NSW) Transport operators involved in transporting containers in and out of Port Botany, looking for increased mass limits (CML) without needing the Mass Management Module of the National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation Scheme (NHVAS).
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements specified in the applicable Port Botany Container notice, available on the NHVR website.
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a registered or certified service provider.

 

No
QLD TMA PBS Vehicle Monitoring Scheme (QLD)  Operators of eligible PBS-approved vehicles, looking for increased network access and loads on approved routes or networks in Queensland.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider
No
QLD TMA PBS Vehicle Mass Monitoring Scheme (QLD) Operators of eligible PBS-approved vehicles, looking for increased network access and loads on approved routes or networks in Queensland.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
  3. Confirm with the service provider that a Smart OBM system is installed on the prime mover and trailers and is paired to operate with that certified service provider.
Yes
QLD TMA Higher Mass Limits Scheme (QLD) Operators of eligible HML vehicles in Queensland who have the scheme as a condition of operating under a QLD HML notice.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
If an enrolled vehicle has a TCA-approved Smart OBM system installed, mass and vehicle configuration data is required from this device rather than via self-declaration.
TAS TMA PBS Vehicle Monitoring Scheme (TAS) Operators of PBS-approved A-Doubles or 30m B-Doubles looking to access approved routes or networks in Tasmania.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
  3. Confirm with the service provider that a Smart OBM system is installed on the prime mover and trailers and is paired to operate with that certified service provider.
If an enrolled vehicle has a TCA-approved Smart OBM system installed, mass and vehicle configuration data is required from this device rather than via self-declaration.
VIC TMA High Productivity Freight Vehicle Monitoring Scheme (VIC) Operators of eligible HPFVs looking to access approved routes or networks in Victoria.

 

  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Obtain Class 2 permit from the NHVR.
  3. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
  4. Confirm with the service provider that a Smart OBM system is installed on the prime mover and trailers and is paired to operate with that certified service provider.
Yes
VIC TMA High Productivity Freight Vehicle Monitoring Scheme (No Mass Monitoring) (VIC) Operators of eligible HPFVs looking to access approved routes or networks in Victoria.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Obtain Class 2 permit from the NHVR.
  3. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.

Note: Vehicles may also, or alternatively, be enrolled in the related IAP High Productivity Freight Vehicle Monitoring Scheme.

No
WA TMA PBS Vehicle Monitoring Scheme (WA) Operators of eligible PBS-approved vehicles looking to access approved routes of the PBS network in Western Australia.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
  3. Refer to the Performance Based Standards (PBS) page on the Main Roads WA website for more information about operating PBS vehicles in WA.
No
WA TMA Hill Descent Monitoring – Lesmurdie Hill Scheme (WA) Operators of eligible PBS Level 2B vehicles involved in transporting primary produce looking to access concessional mass limits in Lesmurdie Hill, Welshpool Road East, WA
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
No
WA TMA Hill Descent Monitoring – Greenmount Hill Scheme (WA) Operators of eligible PBS Level 2B vehicles involved in transporting primary produce looking to access concessional mass limits in Greenmount Hill, Great Eastern Highway, WA.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
No

Jurisdiction Scheme Who’ll be interested?  What do I need to do? Do I need Smart OBM?
NSW RIM Safety, Productivity, Construction and Environment Transport Scheme (SPECTS)(NSW) Eligible transport operators involved in construction activities in Sydney, Newcastle and Wollongong, looking to access increased payloads (depending on the type of vehicle).
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the SPECTS Business Rules available on the TfNSW website.
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a registered or certified service provider.
No
NSW RIM Class 3 Truck and Dog Trailer Monitoring Scheme (NSW) Operators of Class 3 20m Long 3-Axle Truck and 4-Axle Dog Trailers at GML or CML on approved routes or networks in New South Wales.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a registered or certified service provider.
No
QLD TMA Class 3 Truck and Dog Trailer Monitoring Scheme (QLD) Operators of Class 3 20m Long 3-Axle Truck and 4-Axle Dog Trailers looking to access increased load limits (if mass monitoring required) on approved routes or networks in Queensland.
  1. Obtain the applicable notice or NHVR permit.
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
  3. Confirm with the service provider that a Smart OBM system is installed on the prime mover and trailers and is paired to operate with that certified service provider.
Only if specified in the permit.
QLD TMA Higher Mass Limits Scheme (QLD) Operators of eligible vehicles operating at HML in Queensland who have the scheme as a condition of operating under a QLD HML notice.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
If an enrolled vehicle has a TCA-approved Smart OBM system installed, mass and vehicle configuration data is required from this device rather than via self-declaration.

Jurisdiction Scheme Who’ll be interested?  What do I need to do? Do I need Smart OBM?
NSW IAP SPV Schemes (NSW) Operators of eligible SPVs looking to access approved routes or networks in New South Wales.
  1. Confirm eligibility through the requirements specified by Transport for NSW.
  2. Enrol in IAP through the NHVR.
  3. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified IAP service provider.
No
QLD IAP SPV Schemes (QLD) Operators of Class 1, Class 2 and Class 3 SPVs looking to access approved routes or networks in Queensland.
  1. Confirm eligibility through the requirements specified by the Department of Transport and Main Roads Queensland.
  2. Enrol in IAP through the NHVR.
  3. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified IAP service provider.
No
SA TMA Special Purpose Vehicle Monitoring Schemes (SA) Operators of eligible SPVs looking to access approved routes or networks in South Australia.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
No
TAS TMA Special Purpose Vehicle Monitoring Scheme (TAS) Operators of eligible SPVs looking to access approved routes or networks in Tasmania.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
No
VIC TMA Special Purpose Vehicle Monitoring Schemes (VIC) Operators of eligible SPVs looking to access approved routes or networks in Victoria, as an alternative option to IAP enrolment.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.

Note: Eligible vehicles may also, or alternatively be enrolled in an applicable IAP SPV Monitoring scheme.

No

Jurisdiction Scheme Who’ll be interested?  What do I need to do? Do I need Smart OBM?
QLD TMA ZEHV Monitoring Scheme (QLD) Operators of zero emission heavy vehicles, looking to access approved routes or networks in Queensland
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider. Confirm with the service provider that a Smart OBM system is installed on the prime mover and trailers and is paired to operate with that certified service provider.
Yes
SA TMA LZEHV Monitoring Schemes (SA)(Trial) Operators of low or zero emission heavy vehicles, looking to access approved routes or networks in South Australia.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
  3. Confirm with the service provider that a Smart OBM system is installed on the prime mover and trailers and is paired to operate with that certified service provider.
Yes
VIC TMA LZEHV Monitoring Scheme (VIC) Operators of low or zero emission heavy vehicles, looking to access approved routes or networks in Victoria.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a certified service provider.
  3. Confirm with the service provider that a Smart OBM system is installed on the prime mover and trailers and is paired to operate with that certified service provider.
Yes

Jurisdiction Scheme Who’ll be interested?  What do I nhttps://tca.gov.au/scheme/rim-industry-led-data-sharing-schemes-aus/eed to do? Do I need Smart OBM?
NSW RIM Oversize Overmass (OSOM) Vehicle Movement Scheme (NSW) Operators of Class 1 OSOM vehicles, opting to access 12 month permits rather than 3 month permits.
  1. Obtain the TfNSW Class 1 OSOM permit from the NHVR.
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a registered or certified service provider.
No

Jurisdiction Scheme Who’ll be interested?  What do I need to do? Do I need Smart OBM?
All states and territories in Australia or NZ RIM Express Transport operators requiring immediate, short-term monitoring to access routes as described in a permit or notice for up to one month.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reading the requirements in the applicable access approval (notice or permit).
  2. Contact TCA to verify if your current telematics provider can provide services for the RIM application.
  3. If approved by TCA, notify your nominated telematics provider to enrol you in the scheme.
No
All states and territories in Australia RIM Industry-Led Data-Sharing Scheme – Dangerous Goods (AUS) Transport operators transporting dangerous goods in Australia that are members of the National Bulk Tanker Association.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reviewing the scheme rules and entry conditions.
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a registered or certified service provider.
  3. Sign the ASP Consent Agreement with your chosen service provider.
No
All states and territories in Australia RIM Industry-Led Data-Sharing Scheme – Construction (AUS) Transport operators transporting construction materials in Australia that are members of the Cement Concrete and Aggregates Australia.
  1. Confirm eligibility by reviewing the scheme rules and entry conditions.
  2. Enrol vehicle in scheme through a registered or certified service provider.
  3. Sign the ASP Consent Agreement with your chosen service provider.
No

Important things to note:

  1. Schemes apply to individual jurisdictions. If a vehicle operates in more than one jurisdiction, it needs to be enrolled in each scheme relevant to that vehicle type in each jurisdiction.
  2. Specific eligibility requirements apply to each scheme. The eligibility requirements are described in the relevant permit or notice.

Last updated on 18 June 2024