Convoy Meeting Place:
1246 Federal Highway Service Road, Sutton NSW 2620 (Eagle Hawk)
Convoy meeting time:
Arrive BEFORE: 9:30am, Saturday 30 July 2022
Parliament House, Canberra (Cars to park under Parliament House)
Signs and banners for decoration of vehicles at Eagle Hawk
Your truck, van or car. Your family, your friends
Please follow all road rules and directions that apply to your vehicle.
Please follow all directions from TWU marshals.
If you know someone who wants to take part tell them to register here
Important Information for Heavy Vehicle Operators
If your Vehicle GVM is 12 tonnes or over you will need to use a work diary
If you don’t have one, download and print this supplementary work diary page before driving to the Convoy
Information from the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator
When must I use a work diary?
Drivers of fatigue-regulated heavy vehicles must carry and complete a work diary to record their work and rest times if they:
- operate under standard hours and work more than 100km from their base or
- operate under basic fatigue management (BFM) or
- operate under advanced fatigue management (AFM)
What is a fatigue-regulated heavy vehicle?
- A fatigue-regulated heavy vehicle is a vehicle or combination with a gross vehicle mass (GVM) of more than 12 tonnes.
- A bus of more than 4.5 tonnes fitted to carry more than 12 adults, including the driver is also a fatigue-regulated heavy vehicle.
- A vehicle built or modified to operate as machinery or equipment off-road and which is not capable of carrying goods or passenger by road, is not a fatigue-regulated heavy vehicle. A motorhome is not a fatigue-regulated heavy vehicle
What we are fighting for
Together we are holding the Albanese Federal Government accountable for the promises they have made to the transport industry.
We are taking a stand to ensure the 10 recommendations from Senator Glenn Sterle’s road transport inquiry are made into law, and that drivers have a say in what any new laws look like.
THE 10 RECOMMENDATIONS: