Road Trains

Road trains operating in NSW include Type 1 A-double road trains, modular B-triples, AB-triples, Rigid Truck Combinations and Type 2 A-triple road trains.

Road train
Road train

Type 1 A-double road trains

Information on the requirements for operating a Type 1 A-double road train in NSW is available in the Type 1-A double access fact sheet.

Roads approved in NSW for Type 1 A-double road trains operating up to 36.5m in length are available on the Interactive Road Train map.

Modular B-triples

Information on the requirements for operating a Modular B-triple in NSW is available in the Modular B-triple fact sheet.

Roads approved in NSW for modular B-triples up to 35.0m in length are available on the interactive Road Train map.

B-triples

Information on the requirements for operating a B-triple in NSW is available in the B-triple access fact sheet.

Roads approved in NSW for B-triples up to 36.5m in length are available on the interactive Road Train map.

AB-triples

Information on the requirements for operating a B-triple in NSW is available in the A-B-triples fact sheet.

Roads approved in NSW for B-triples up to 36.5m in length are available on the interactive Road Train map.

Rigid Truck Combination

Information on the requirements for operating a Rigid Combination in NSW is available in the Rigid Truck Combination fact sheet.

Roads approved in NSW for Rigid Combinations up to 36.5m in length are available on the interactive Road Train map.

Type 2 A-triple road trains

A Type 2 A-triple means a heavy combination consisting of a prime mover towing three trailers in which:

(a) the first semitrailer is connected to the prime mover by a roll coupled connection; and

(b) the second and third trailers are dog trailers.

A-triples road trains are not eligible to operate at Higher Mass Limits (HML) in NSW. Type 2 A-triple road trains operating at General Mass Limits (GML) and up to 53.5m in length are available on the interactive Road Train map.

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