A car transport means a vehicle that can be driven on a highway, but does not have to be driven through a toll road or through a public place.
This includes cars, motorcycles and electric vehicles.
Transporting a vehicle requires one person to be in control of the vehicle, so you need to have someone on board.
There are different types of car transport, and the car drivers are called car drivers.
Car drivers are required to be licensed in NSW.
To qualify for car transport you need a valid driver licence and have passed a test.
Read more about car transport.
Your car transport is usually for use at home.
Car transport is often required for journeys such as driving a boat or camping or when travelling with a group.
Car Transport Safety guidelines Car transport standards vary by state.
For example, the NSW Transport Safety Bureau (TSB) advises that: “If you are transporting a vehicle in the State, you should not drive in the road unless the vehicle is equipped with a steering wheel, pedals, and a steering or accelerator pedal, or is at least 12 months old.”
You also should check your state’s regulations before you travel.
The TSB recommends that you keep your vehicle safely secured and don’t leave it unattended.
If you have a motorbike, cycle, horse or ATV and your vehicle is not registered, you need either: a learner driver licence from your State or Territory jurisdiction; or