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Definitions:

Articulated Vehicle
means a vehicle with three or more axles, comprising a power unit (called tractor truck, prime mover etc.) and semi - trailer which is superimposed on the power unit and coupled together by means of a king - pin and revolving on a turntable and is articulated whether automatically detachable or permanently coupled
Double - Articulated Vehicle
means a vehicle with four or more axles, comprising a power unit (called tractor truck, prime mover etc.) and semi - trailer (called dolly trailer) which is superimposed on the power unit, which in turn has a load carrying semi - trailer superimposed upon the dolly trailer, both semi - trailers and power unit and are articulated together by means of king - pins and revolving on turntables and are articulated whether automatically detachable or permanently coupled
Low Loader Articulated Vehicle
means a vehicle consisting of a tandem drive prime mover and a gooseneck semi - trailer (not being a drop deck semi - trailer) with a loading area of the semi - trailer a maximum of one metre off the ground. The prime mover and gooseneck semi - trailer being designed and manufactured and plated to operate at the required mass limits.
Driving Time
means all time driving the vehicle between destinations but not including rest breaks
Gross Combination Mass (GCM)
means the maximum permissible mass (whether described as the gross train mass or otherwise) for the motor vehicle and the trailer(s) or semi - trailer(s) attached to it, together with the load carried on each, as stated in any certificate of registration or other certificate that is issued in respect of the motor vehicle by the relevant authority or by the corresponding authority of another State or Territory or that is required by law to be painted or displayed on the motor vehicle
Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM)
means the maximum permissible mass (whether described as the gross train vehicle mass or otherwise) for the motor vehicle and its load (but excluding any trailer and its load) as stated in a certificate of registration or other certificate that is issued in respect of the motor vehicle by the relevant authority or by the corresponding authority of another State or Territory or that is required by the law to be painted or displayed on the motor vehicle
Interstate Operation
will be an operation involving a vehicle moving livestock or materials whether in a raw or manufactured state from a principal point of commencement in one State or Territory to a principal point of destination in another State or Territory. Provided that to be an interstate operation the distance involved must exceed 200 kilometres, for any single journey. An area within a radius of 32 kilometres from the GPO of a capital city will be deemed to be the capital city.

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