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Rebate aims to reduce quad bike deaths

Victorian Government encourages farmers to take part in a $6 million rebate scheme to help reduce quad bike deaths

By Portal Admin - 14th February 2017 - Back to News

The Victorian Government, through WorkSafe Victoria, is encouraging farmers to take part in a $6 million rebate scheme for approved safety solutions to help reduce quad bike deaths. Farmers can claim either:

  • Up to $1200 for the purchase of an alternate vehicle such as a side-by-side vehicle (SSV) or a small utility vehicle (SUV)
  • Up to $600 for the purchase of up to two operator protection devices (OPDs) or up to $1200 for two devices.


  • The scheme is available for purchases made from September 1.

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