5 edition of Heavy Vehicles and Roads: Technology, Safety and Policy found in the catalog.
Written in English
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Heavy vehicles and roads: technology, safety and policy: proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Heavy Vehicle Weights and Dimensions. [David Cebon; C G B Mitchell; Queens' College (University of Cambridge); University of Cambridge.;] -- Looks at the civil engineering and mechanical engineering aspects of the heavy vehicle/infrastructure :// A rationale for regulating roll stability of combination vehicles Authors: C.
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De Pont and the technology gaps that inhibit industry’s ability to realize these goals today. This workshop report also identifies technical goals for both truck systems and lightweight and structural materials.
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Light vehicles. Light vehicles, motorbikes and light trailers (PDF, KB) Vehicle Standards Instruction G21—Information for approved examiners and approved inspection stations ; Heavy vehicles. The inspection manual for heavy vehicles over t GVM is issued by the National Heavy Vehicle :// Vehicle classes will appear on legal documents such as permits and notices.
The Classes of heavy vehicles fact sheet (PDF, MB) illustrates some common examples from the 3 different classes of heavy vehicles and is provided for guidance only. See also the Compliance bulletin 1 – Restricted access vehicles – Compliance and enforcement bulletin (PDF, KB) for information regarding Vehicles with automated driving systems that are introduced in the next few years will not be perfect.
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In addition to the vehicle licence, these vehicles require a permit from Main Roads Western Australia, which grants access to certain parts of the Western Australia road The Heavy vehicle driver handbook is an informative resource addressing the rules and regulations that apply to heavy vehicles and the obligations of heavy vehicle drivers.
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Safety & rules. Staying safe and following the rules when using NSW roads, including road rules, demerits and offences, camera enforcement and vehicle :// Roads and Maritime Services enforces heavy vehicle compliance with road transport laws by checking heavy vehicles for mechanical roadworthiness, mass limits, dimension limits, load restraint, driver licensing and vehicle registration, and driver work/rest ://Heavy vehicle permits.
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