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Specialist and Enthusiast Vehicles Register – policy position on when a vehicle is genuinely available to consumers in Australia

This guidance note outlines the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications’ (the department) policy position on when a vehicle is considered to have been made genuinely available to consumers in Australia.

It also explains how sections 129 and 129A of the Road Vehicle Standards Rules 2019 apply when a vehicle has, or has not, been made genuinely available to consumers in Australia and indicates when a road vehicle is eligible or ineligible for entry on the Specialist and Enthusiast Vehicles Register.

The terminology used in relation to eligibility is explained in detail.

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Specialist and Enthusiast Vehicles Register – policy position when a vehicle is genuinely available to consumers in Australia PDF: 502 KB

Published March 2022