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What is required on my Vehicle (VIN) Plates under the RVSA?


In ADR 61/03, the following items are required and are highlighted in green on the above Vehicle (VIN) Plate.

  • The name of the Manufacturer or the Vehicle Make.
  • The VIN (Vehicle Identification Number).
  • The Aggregate Trailer Mass (ATM) in kg.
  • The Gross Trailer Mass (GTM) in kg.
  • On any trailers up to 4.5 Tonnes ATM, the Tare Mass in kg.

VSB 1 Revision 6 also has the additional requirements highlighted in green on the above Vehicle (VIN) Plate.  Although not a requirement in ADR 61/03, Caravan Industry Association of Australia have these as required fields for RVMAP Businesses and would strongly recommend other businesses to also include this information on your Vehicle (VIN) Plate.

  • Trailer Model. 
  • Date of Manufacture

The following tyre information is required and may be displayed either on the Vehicle (VIN) Plate (highlighted above in green) or an alternate tyre placard.

  • Tyre size.
  • Tyre load rating.
  • Speed Rating.
  • Cold inflation pressure.

Further information may be included on the Vehicle (VIN) Plate (highlighted above in red) at the discretion of the manufacturer.

After industry consultation, it was decided to include a field for a VARIANT on the Vehicle (VIN) Plate.  This is an optional field, so Manufacturers/Importers could include the vehicle length, how many berths or a family bunk etc. if they choose to.