Young road users in Deniliquin will experience road safety from every angle this week, as the ATA’s SafeT360 exhibition joins the Deniliquin Driver Education Week.
The national truck laws should be overhauled to deliver increased safety and productivity, the Chair of the Australian Trucking Association, David Smith, said today.
Increasing taxes on trucks would tax jobs, consumers and Australia’s economic recovery.
The Australian Trucking Association has celebrated industry technical and maintenance excellence overnight, at the 2020 Castrol Vecton Industry Awards.
The ATA has slammed the Australian Logistics Council’s proposed operator licensing system, which would be a $3.6 billion tax on freight and jobs.
Three exceptional workshop professionals have been named finalists for the Australian Trucking Association’s 2020 Craig Roseneder Award, recognising their technical and maintenance excellence in the trucking industry’s workshops.
The Australian Trucking Association has welcomed the NSW Government’s support of electric vehicle road user charges, following the announcement of a similar scheme by South Australia earlier this week.
The rollout of approved Electronic Work Diaries will reduce red tape and improve safety for transport operators, ATA Chair David Smith said today.
The ATA has welcomed the South Australian Government’s planned introduction of a road user charge for electric vehicles, set to commence from 1 July 2021.
More than 430 of Australia’s truck drivers have had their voices heard in the national truck law review, thanks to a strong campaign led by the Australian Trucking Association and Big Rigs National Transport Newspaper.