The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) said there are some significant improvements coming to the NHVR portal later this month which will allow customers to check their vehicle’s registration at the same time as applying for access permits.
NHVR Business Improvement and Innovation Program Director, David Carlisle, said the upgrade would connect the data between the Portal’s existing NHVR Access module and Registration module for the first time.
“From Wednesday 12 June, the NHVR Portal will provide additional functionality, linking vehicle configuration details and registration status between the two modules,” he said.
“This will save time for customers and reduce the amount of data entry required by adding vehicle information from previously approved permits and display registration status.”
To make use of the new functionality, according to the NHVR, users with administration permissions need to activate the Registration module for their customer account. Then within the permit application process, new buttons with ‘Refresh Registrations’ and ‘Import from Registrations’ allow users to import any available vehicle data.
Carlisle said the NHVR Portal currently process more than 55,000 heavy vehicle access applications a year.
“Later this year the NHVR will begin rolling out additional services to the NHVR Portal, including the National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation Scheme, Vehicle Standards and Performance-Based Standards,” he said.
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