• Industry coming together to provide feedback on VSB 6

    Industry coming together to provide feedback on VSB 6

  • National body representing members in the  commercial vehicle industry

    National body representing members in the commercial vehicle industry

  • Working collaboratively with National Heavy Vehicle Regulatory and other associations

    Working collaboratively with National Heavy Vehicle Regulatory and other associations

  • Over 1000 members nationally and growing

    Over 1000 members nationally and growing

Welcome to CVIAA

The CVIAA membership is comprised of individual state bodies and organisations - the Commercial Vehicle Industry divisions of the Victorian Automotive Chamber of Commerce (VACC) and the Motor Trades Association (MTA) of NSW, NT, SA and WA.
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LATEST NEWS


Vale Mr David Anderson

CVIAA extends their deepest condolences to David's family on his recent passing.

David was a keen technical and policy contributor to both CVIAA and its Victorian chapter, CVIAV, for a number of years. His efforts to help improve the working and trading environment for businesses in this industry, both at a State and National level cannot be overstated and is greatly appreciated.  He will be sadly missed by those who worked with him. 

CVIAA and extend deep condolences to Faye and David's family. 

Thursday, March 3, 2022

CVIAA welcomes new national President, Mr Clive Polley

The Commercial Vehicle Industry Association of Australia welcomes Mr Clive Polley to the position of newly elected CVIAA President, and thanks outgoing President Mr Phill Hodges for his tireless advocacy on behalf of the CVIAA national membership.

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

CVIAA's response to the draft Heavy Vehicle Safety Strategy consultation document

The following submission is based on feedback provided by CVIAA members. It responds to the three key agenda points outlined in the draft strategy:

  • create positive change in individual behaviours and culture to improve safety
  • drive uptake of a modern, safer heavy vehicle fleet that reduces the likelihood and impact of
  • crashes
  • influence road network design to support safe heavy vehicle use.

CVIAA strongly supports a national approach to road transport and related road safety.

Thursday, July 1, 2021
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