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Operator licensing for all

ROB McKAY has been a journalist for more than three decades, with the last 25 years focused on national and international freight transport

It was a hot topic not that long ago and there was robust discussion on it, to say the least, but operator licensing has gone quite quiet of late.

Not that it is entirely dead. It still has its fans and the Australian Trucking Association (ATA) was moved earlier this year to urge that it be binned

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