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I am a Low ATM Trailer Component Manufacturer (or Supplier), what evidence must I supply?

Manufacturers and suppliers of Australian Design Rule (ADR)-related components will require evidence to prove compliance to the ADR and are required to provide such evidence on request to support Vehicle Type Approval applications for their customers.  

There are various types of evidence options that you can provide compliance to an ADR:  Component Type Approval (CTA), UN ECE Approval or a Test Report from an RVSA Approved Testing Facility.

To assist you, head to the ADR Evidence Tool.

If you have questions or require further assistance, head to the Department’s RVSA-dedicated Contact Us page.