Improve efficiency and enjoy rebate

MVM, supplier and installer of cooler/ air-conditioning systems and tyre inflation systems, is the right business to visit if you want to take advantage of the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) rebate scheme.

These are efficiency devices that could see you receive a 50% rebate.

RMS NSW has introduced a rebate scheme that provides financial assistance for organisations in NSW to trial a fuel efficiency device on vehicles within their fleet.

The RTA website states that organisations may be eligible to receive a rebate of up to 50% towards the supply and installation of a fuel efficiency device to a heavy vehicle, provided they meet eligibility requirements of the scheme.

It also states that participating organisations would be encouraged to share their results with RMS under a confidentiality agreement, however this is not compulsory to receive the rebate.

Technologies included in the rebate are aero dynamic devices, idle reduction devices such as 12/24 volt evaporative coolers, 12/24 air-conditioning, auxiliary power units (APU) and automatic tyre pressure monitoring and inflation devices.

Organisations interested in participating in the scheme and keen to find out if they are eligible are advised to register their interest to to receive an electronic copy of the Rebate Scheme Guidelines, and rebate scheme application form.

Or if you would like to know more information jump onto the RTA website and in the search field, type in Fuel Efficiency Technologies Rebate Scheme. As the cut-off is 4pm, May 31, and there is a wait of up to 10 working days before you get a response you may want to jump in early and register your interest so you don't miss out.

Once you have sent your application you can give MVM a call on (02)98331900 to discuss your needs and to receive your obligation free quote on having one of the devices supplied and fitted.

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