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A-Doubles on Greenmount Hill

Gain access to the productivity benefits that come with A-Doubles


A-Doubles on ​Greenmount Hill WA

​ Driving Improved Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity

For Greenmount Hill, between Great Eastern Highway between Northam Road Train Assembly Area (RTAA) and Roe Highway Midvale, Main Roads Heavy Vehicle Services (HVS) now allows 36.5-meter A-Doubles at Level 3 Concessional Mass Limits (CML). Subject to several conditions outlined by Main Roads HVS, Teletrac Navman can help you gain access to the benefits that this can provide you with technology available to you today.

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The Benefits

Doing more with Less

A-Doubles heading in and out of Perth via Greenmount Hill are now a reality you can undertake with great benefits:

  • Improve productivity – no longer requiring you to unhitch your trailers and take one at a time – you could see about 15-30% improvements
  • Better community safety with trucks on the road that have significant investment in safety features
  • Reduction in the number of trips, reduction in fuel usage and reduced environmental impact

The Requirements

 Getting started with A-Doubles in Western Australia

While the requirements may look extensive, most modern heavy vehicles will already feature the engine and safety systems outlined below. As for the rest? Teletrac Navman can help you with your technological requirements. Our system is designed to provide accurate and highly reliable information.

Vehicle And Permit Requirements

  • Access granted via individual permit arrangements.
  • Access to route is approved for travel between 8pm and 6am only.
  • Drivers must have a minimum of 3 years in driving road trains and a good driving record – police clearance is required.
  • The prime mover must be fitted with an Antilock Braking System (ABS) and Electronic Braking System (EBS) with compatible CAN bus connection.
  • The trailers must be fitted with a Trailer Electronic Braking System (TEBS), Rollover Stability System (RSS), and compatible CAN bus connection.
  • The prime mover must be fitted with an engine that meets the emission standards specified in the Vehicle Standard (equivalent to Euro 5 Standards).
  • The prime mover must be fitted with and utilise an auxiliary braking system when descending the Hill.
  • Vehicle combinations will be restricted to travel in the left-hand lane, unless overtaking a slower moving vehicle.

Telematics and Service Provider Requirements

  1. The prime mover must be fitted with a driver fatigue and distraction monitoring system to manage events effectively.
  2. The prime mover must be installed with an in-vehicle telematics unit and Main Roads Heavy Vehicle Services (HVS) must be provided direct access to the telematics monitoring system.
  3. The telematics service provider (Teletrac Navman) must provide weekly reports demonstrating all vehicles stop in the mandatory stopping bay at the top of Greenmount Hill to check brakes and descend at a speed of no more than 40 km/h.
  4. At least one forward-facing camera and one rear-facing camera must be mounted on the prime mover - the rear-facing camera must be positioned on the driver's side of the prime mover.

The Teletrac Navman Difference

 You get more than just a Service Provider

Teletrac Navman invests significantly in regulatory telematics and the solutions surrounding compliance to provide unique value-added
services, including transport compliance solutions like fatigue and mass, advanced tracking systems, high-definition replays, real-time alerts, scale & job management integration and more.

While technology is the core of what we do, the foundation of our business is our hard-working team, made up of industry experts entirely focused on your success. Our professional services team is dedicated to helping you identify your goals, develop a plan to reach them, and implement a solution to support your path to success. With more than 100 years of combined experience in vehicle tracking and asset management, our professional services experts can help you see quick results and meaningful ROI.

Whether you’re a hands-on learner who prefers to dive in or you prefer to ask questions and get dedicated support, we have training options to make sure you’re getting the most out of our platform.

  1. Contextual learning - Within the platform, our ‘Show Me How’ feature is built to guide you through features and modules, making it easier to manage tasks
  2. Director help - Have questions as you’re navigating the platform? Our ‘Help’ feature provides you with information on how to set up your fleets.
  3. Live web training - Our expert trainers host web training sessions throughout the week on topics that will help you learn to use the Teletrac Navman platform.
  4. On-site training - If you are looking for something more hands-on, we can provide custom, on-site training to help you and your team get the most from your telematics investment.

When you have a question, we’re here to answer with two-tier technical support. Call our toll-free Help Desk to get quick answers and tutorials on our most popular features. For more complex questions, our professional services team can provide in-depth technical advice, the expertise to resolve problems as they arise, and a strong support network backed by specific industry experience.

Ensuring your heavy-vehicles are on the road to their maximum potential is beneficial to the business and the productivity of the industry itself. When considering the applications telematics to ensure compliance to road manager requirements, the benefits extend way beyond that.

  1. Safety – a transport management system provides features that can ensure both your driver is safe and the payload is accounted for, especially when considering dangerous goods transport
  2. Compliance – with modules aimed at helping you manage fatigue, speed, maintenance and mass, expanding the compliance effort to a digital solution improves on accuracy, auditing and more.
  3. Efficiency – with a digital solution designed for the modern day transport business in mind, you’re able to cut costs in areas such as fuel, routes and administration to create a more efficient business.
  4. Productivity – move less with more, it’s as simple as that. With the ability to maximise your assets to potential, the business is able to cut the time taken to complete jobs, allowing for more jobs to completed in a day.

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