Livestock loading scheme fees

All eligible livestock vehicle operators who want to transport livestock at increased axle mass limits need to apply for a permit of exemption to operate on Northern Territory roads.

Axle mass of a motor vehicle Per annum
More than 6 tonne and up to 6.5 tonne 
Minimum tyre section width 295mm
$121
More than 6.5 tonne and up to 6.6 tonne  
Minimum tyre section width 375mm
$242
More than 6.6 tonne and up to 6.7 tonne 
Minimum tyre section width 375mm
$363
More than 6.7 tonne and up to 6.8 tonne 
Minimum tyre section width 375mm
$484
More than 6.8 tonne and up to 6.9 tonne 
Minimum tyre section width 375mm 
$605
More than 6.9 tonne and up to 7 tonne 
Minimum tyre section width 375mm    
$726
More than 7 tonne and up to 7.1 tonne
No minimum requirements on tyre measurements
$738
More than 7.1 and up to 7.2 tonne
No minimum requirements on tyre measurements
$1,476
An exemption of a heavy vehicle approved for volumetric loading of livestock (prime movers, dollies and semi trailers with an unladen mass of more than 12 tonnes but less than 13 tonnes) $29
An exemption of a semi-trailer, with an unladen mass of more than 13 tonnes but less than 14 tonnes, that is used to carry livestock $363
An exemption of a semi-trailer, with an unladen mass of 14 tonnes or more but less than 15 tonnes, that is used to carry livestock $726
Any other exemption $67

Last updated: 10 July 2019

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