By Garth Morrison Editor GoSeeAustralia.com.au
The caravanning industry needs to come together and find a solution to managing Recreational Vehiclesafety and compliance in Australia a CRVA compliance workshop agreed today.
The nationally representative industry workshop at the Caravan and Recreational Vehicle andAccommodation Industry of Australia (CRVA) conference on the Gold Coast today agreed thatharmonising a solution to take to government for implimentation is essential.
This is key, CRVA CEO Stuart Lamont, who faciliated the compliance workshop, told industrydelegates from all states. The problem needs to be stopped at the factory door the workshop agreed.
Compliance requirements are not being checked and implimented at appropriate levels, the delegatessaid.
GVM, ATM and Tare ratings are not understood at the levels RV buyers deserve and the lack ofeducation is reflecting badly on builders who are committed to produce safe, quality vehicles.
Stuart Lamont said the industry is absolutely committed to cleaning up its act.
RVMAP David Duncan, Catherine King, Chris Goddard
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