MOVES

MOVES is our online portal providing registered users the ability to:

  • apply, pay for and receive a range of self-service period permits, including:
    • Class 1 RAV Oversize
    • Class 1 RAV Oversize Boat Trailer
    • Short Triple Road Trailers and Road Train with Long Trailers
    • Tri Drive Prime Mover, Trailer Combination and Tri Drive Truck, Trailer Combinations
    • Oversize Divisible Products - Prime Mover, Trailer Combinations
    • Oversize Divisible Products - Truck, Trailer Combinations
    • Oversize Road Train and B Double
  • Submit applications for Class 1 Single Trip Oversize, Extra Mass and Combination Permits,
  • Add vehicles online rather than filling in and submitting a written form,
  • Download lists of payments, permits, and/or vehicles,
  • Print receipts, and
  • Maintain contact information.

How to Register

Need to register to access MOVES? Follow the steps below
  1. Create an account with Main Roads by following the instructions via My Account
  2. To request to link your account to MOVES, send an email to MOVES@mainroads.wa.gov.au that includes your operator name and number, your physical address, and the email address you used to create your account. Only the ‘primary contact’ can nominate other users to have access to their MOVES account (the primary contact is the person who was nominated on the RAV Operator Registration Form).
  3. Once we have actioned your request, we will send you a confirmation email with the details to access your MOVES account
If you have any questions or need help to set up your account, contact our HVS help desk at 138 486 or hvs@mainroads.wa.gov.au

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MOVES Account

Login to your MOVES account to manage your fleet and apply and pay for permits.

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Acknowledgement of country

The Government of Western Australia acknowledges the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.

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