Here you will find services relating to Driver and Vehicle Services (DVS) in Western Australia.
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DoT is responsible for marine safety, marine environment protection and coastal facilities.
Integrated state-wide transport planning and major transport infrastructure projects.
DoT is responsible for regulating the taxi, tour and charter industry.
Phone: 1300 660 147
Fax: (08) 9218 3661
Email Passenger Services
Bringing together the Department's cycling and walking activities and behaviour change programs
The DoT is responsible for rail functions including safety, coordination and planning, this section also provides information about the movement and management of heavy vehicles in WA.
Rail safety contacts
DoT is the key coordinating and advisory body on state aviation related matters.
Aircraft licensing: email
Complete this form if you built your trailer in the current calendar year and you require a VIN.
If you have built your trailer prior to the current calendar year or refurbished your trailer, you will need to present the trailer for an examination. A request for a low volume VIN will be sent on your behalf by the Department of Transport Vehicle Examiners.
If you have applied for and have been allocated a VIN and your trailer is not built in this current calendar Year, contact the Department of Transport by return email, as the VIN allocated references the actual Year the trailer was built.
Low volume VINs issued by the Department of Transport cannot be used for importing trailers manufactured overseas. WA issued VINs which are used for the importation of trailers will be deleted. If you are importing trailers, you will need to contact the Manufacturer in the country which the trailers are being constructed, and obtain VINs issued within the country of manufacture, and provide these VINs on your import application.
If you are intending on importing trailers, visit the Australian Government website, the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development http://www.infrastructure.gov.au/vehicles/imports
Under the Corporations Act 2001, every company in Australia has been issued with a unique, nine-digit number, an Australian Company Number (ACN), which must be shown on a range of documents. The purpose of the ACN is to ensure adequate identification of companies when transacting business. New companies are issued with numbers by the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) upon registration. ASIC website: http://asic.gov.au