Higher Mass Limits (HML) Scheme

Telematics Monitoring Application (TMA)

NSW Higher Mass Limits Telematics Conditions

The new Higher Mass Limits (HML) scheme in NSW provides operators a choice between IAP (Intelligent Access Program) or TMA (Telematics Monitoring Application). IAP is still used to provide evidence of non-conformance activities, whilst TMA is used by jurisdictions to gain visibility of heavy vehicle road usage.

NSW Higher Mass Limits Declaration 2020

NHVR Information Sheet

Road Friendly Suspension (RFS) requirement

All axle groups in an eligible vehicle operating at HML must be fitted with RFS models certified in accordance with VSB 11 – Certification of road friendly suspension.

List of Certified road-friendly suspensions

Access Maps (NSW)

NSW Higher Mass Limits Access Map (General Freight Vehicles)

NSW Higher Mass Limits Access Map (PBS Vehicles)

NSW Higher Mass Limits Access Map (Road Trains)

Access Maps (VIC)

VIC Higher Mass Limits Access Map

Common Vehicle Mass Limits

Vehicle Configuration

GML (t)

CML (t)

HML (t)

Semitrailer (6-axles)

43

44.5

46

PBS Quin Dog (3-axle truck & 5-axle trailer)

59.5

61.5

63

B-Double (9-axles)

63

65

68.5

Type 1 Road Train (11-axles)

79

81

85

PBS A-Double 30m (12-axles)

83

85

85

PBS A-Double 36.5m (12-axles)

83

85

91

Mass limits above include allowable mass for complying steer axles.

What are the benefits of TMA over IAP?

  • Simple for drivers with no IAP declarations, and no need for another in-cab screen,
  • Assurance that your data is only being used for road analytics, and not for non-conformance reporting to the regulator,
  • Easy to implement with our self-installed Tracking Tag,
  • Cost-effective fixed annual subscription (no hardware or setup costs, no installation costs, no monthly costs).

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Other schemes where a Telematics Condition is required

Telematics Monitoring Application (TMA)

TMA SPV Monitoring Scheme – Up to 40-Tonne SPVs

2021
VIC

The scheme is use to monitor road utilisation of SPVs up to 40 tonnes operating under the applicable permit on approved routes on the Victorian road network.

Telematics Monitoring Application (TMA)

TMA PBS Level 2B Vehicle Monitoring Scheme

2021
NSW

A road condition for PBS vehicles operating in NSW

Telematics Monitoring Application (TMA)

TMA PBS Level 1A Vehicle Monitoring Scheme

2021
NSW

A road condition for PBS vehicles operating in NSW.

Telematics Monitoring Application (TMA)

TMA PBS Level 1B Vehicle Monitoring Scheme

2021
NSW

A road condition for PBS vehicles operating in NSW

Telematics Monitoring Application (TMA)

TMA PBS Level 2A Vehicle Monitoring Scheme

2021
NSW

A road condition for PBS vehicles operating in NSW

Telematics Monitoring Application (TMA)

TMA SPV Monitoring Scheme – 4-Axle SPVs Up to 48 Tonnes

VIC

Administered by DOT to monitor road utilisation of 4-axle SPVs up to 48 tonnes operating under the applicable permit on approved routes on the Victorian road network

Telematics Monitoring Application (TMA)

TMA SPV Monitoring Scheme – 5-Axle SPVs Up to 60 Tonnes

VIC

Administered by DOT to monitor road utilisation of 5-axle SPVs up to 60 tonnes operating under the applicable permit on approved routes on the Victorian road network.

Telematics Monitoring Application (TMA)

TMA SPV Monitoring Scheme – 6-Axle SPVs Up to 72 Tonnes

VIC

Administered by DOT to monitor road utilisation of 6-Axle SPVs up to 72 tonnes operating under the applicable permit on approved routes on the Victorian road network.

Telematics Monitoring Application (TMA)

TMA SPV Monitoring Scheme – 7-Axle SPVs Up to 84 Tonnes

VIC

Administered by DOT to monitor road utilisation of 7-Axle SPVs up to 84 tonnes operating under the applicable permit on approved routes on the Victorian road network.