THE AUSTRALIAN LATEST ROAD VEHICLE STANDARDS ACT WILL TAKE EFFECT ON DECEMBER 10, 2019

THE AUSTRALIAN LATEST ROAD VEHICLE STANDARDS ACT WILL TAKE EFFECT ON DECEMBER 10, 2019

RELEASE DATE:2019-06-05 17:39
ABSTRACT: The Road Vehicle Standards Australia Act (RVSA 2018) was legislated on 10 December 2018 and will come into force on 10 December 2019, replacing the Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989. On 10 December, vehicles and spare parts that had received type approval under the MVSA could still be imported and sold.



AUSTRALIAN ROAD VEHICLE STANDARDS ACT RVSA
RVSA complements the regulatory framework for safety, environmental and anti-theft performance requirements for all types of road vehicles in the Australian market, for new and in-use vehicles. RVSA's subordinate regulations are the Road Vehicles Standards Regulations (RVSR 2019), which are currently in force with the Australian Federal Regulations. Based on RVSA's more specific operational requirements, it applies to automotive vehicles and components. The main contents of RVSR coverage include: 

Approved Vehicle Information - RAV
New model approval requirements, and concession approval requirements
Motor vehicle testing agency qualification
Motor vehicle inspection agency approval
Motor vehicle import permit
Vehicle component type approval
Type approval, cancellation, change, interruption
Recall regulatory framework for motor vehicles and components

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Yvette graduated from Shanghai Jiaotong University with a master's degree in mechanical engineering. Yvette worked in a well-known OEM. She specializes in global automotive technical regulations and standards framework and access procedures research, focusing on compliance consulting business in the automo...
Yvette Yang
Global Vehicle Regulation Research, Department Manager
Graduated from Shanghai Jiaotong University with a master's degree in the major of Mechanical Design, 
Yvette served for GAC Motor and has a deep understanding of automotive R&D and manufacturing. 
Yvette now is responsible for the data model and system architecture of ATIC regulation database.
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Email: yvette.yang@atic-cn.com