Watch this video to learn how to navigate ROVER. It will show you where to go to start a new application, where to find your draft and submitted applications, and other areas of the system that may help you manage your account and approvals.
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Narrator: Today, I’m going to show you how navigate the ROVER dashboard once signed in. When you sign in to ROVER, you will land on the ‘Applications’ page of the dashboard.
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On the ‘My Applications’ tab, you will see a list of your ‘Draft applications’, and under ‘Submitted applications’ you can see the applications you have submitted for approval that are currently being assessed or have previously been approved.
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You also have a ‘New Applications’ tab. Here, you can start a new application or form.
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For example, you may wish to report a vehicle safety or non-compliance concern, or apply for a component type approval, or apply for a vehicle to be entered on the Specialist and Enthusiast Vehicles Register.
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Now, I’m going to go back to the ‘My Applications’ tab.
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If you have an authority to act for another person, you can select them from the ‘Select applicant’ drop down box and it will change the list to draft or submitted applications for that person.
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The next button across is ‘Approvals’.
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This page includes two tabs. The first is the ‘Approvals’ tab. Here you can see a list of approvals that you or your authority to acts have been granted. You can also vary, suspend or revoke your approval using these buttons here. If you are an authorised vehicle verifier, registered automotive workshop or Testing Facility, you can commence your approval from this page.
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On this page, you can also filter approvals for people you have an authority to act for. In this case, there are none.
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On the ‘List of Approvals’ tab, you can view lists of approvals that are publicly available. These lists can be accessed from the ROVER sign in page as well.
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Moving across to the ‘Payments’ button, here you have an ‘Active Payments’ and ‘Past Payments’ tab.
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On the ‘Active Payments’ tab you can view invoices that still require payment. You can pay for the invoice on this page by clicking ‘PAY’.
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You can view your past payments on this page, and download your receipt via the link here.
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The next button is ‘Authority to act’. This is where you can record an authority to act and manage existing authorities to act. Within this area, if you click on an organisation or person you have the appropriate authority to act for, you will be able to see data related to that person or organisation, such as applications and approvals, and manage the data.
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If you are responsible for recalls, you can manage and view recalls via the ‘Recalls’ button.
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If you have authority to act as an authorised vehicle verifier, click ‘AVV’ to see previous notifications, notify of a verification or of an error on the Register of Approved Vehicles or RAV.
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When you click the ‘RAV’ button, you can search for batches submitted to the RAV by details or invoices.
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The last button here is ‘Profile”. This is where you can add and update your details, including change your contact information and password.
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To get back to the ‘My Applications’ page, click on the home icon at the top of the page.
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And that’s how you navigate the ROVER dashboard once signed in.
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For more information on how to use ROVER, visit the department’s ROVER resources webpage
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or watch more videos on the department’s Vimeo channel.