Farmers given green light to drive unregistered firefighting vehicles

Taylor Dodge
Updated January 31 2024 - 7:48am, first published 5:00am
Wagga farming contractor Cam Dooner is pleased to see a trial exemption legalising unregistered farm fire fighting vehicles on public roads during an emergency. Picture by Taylor Dodge
Wagga farming contractor Cam Dooner is pleased to see a trial exemption legalising unregistered farm fire fighting vehicles on public roads during an emergency. Picture by Taylor Dodge

Farmers will be able to drive unregistered vehicles used to fight fires on public roads in the event of a bush or grass fire over the next two months.

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Taylor Dodge

Taylor Dodge

Senior Journalist

Your story matters, your voice deserves to be heard and I would love to help you share it. I have five years of experience as a Journalist with Australian Community Media covering an array of topics, with a key focus on breaking news and crime and a passion for people. E: taylor.dodge@austcommunitymedia.com.au.

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