Approved registered automotive workshops (RAWs) can manufacture or modify vehicles in accordance with an approved Model Report.
Under the Road Vehicle Standards legislation, some vehicles can’t be entered on the Register of Approved Vehicles (RAV) through the concessional RAV entry approval pathway until:
- they have been modified or manufactured by a RAW approval holder in accordance with an approved Model Report, and
- verified by an authorised vehicle verifier (AVV) approval holder.
The guide to operating as an approved registered automotive workshop explains:
- how to apply to become a RAW
- the vehicles a RAW can manufacture or modify, and
- a RAW approval holder’s responsibilities.
It also lists the Model Report instructions RAW approval holders must follow, including specific steps and checks, depending on the type of vehicle and the complexity of the manufacture or modification work.
- Appendix 1—Registered automotive workshop declaration to be completed and provided when presenting the vehicle to an authorised vehicle verifier approval holder for verification
- Appendix 2—Information required to apply for a registered automotive workshop approval
- Appendix 3—Quality management system summary of measures and actions used by a registered automotive workshop approval holder to manufacture or modify vehicles in accordance with an approved Model Report
- Appendix 4—Expectations for conditions applied to a registered automotive workshop approval