RRV Engagement Manager (Northern) Séamus Haugh said engineers, safety experts and customer service representatives will be on hand to talk about everything from primary producer registrations and interstate licensing to road maintenance projects and planning. 

“In regional Victoria roads play a different role to those in the city, which is why as a division of VicRoads we’re keen to speak with communities about what matters to them and answer questions about local road projects.   

“To save people a trip into one of our customer service centres we’ll also have support for those wanting to set up short term rego or learn about our online tools including myVicRoads and the new MyLearner app,” Mr Haugh said. 

RRV will be an exhibitor between 8.30am-4pm 15-17 February at 55 Tallarook Street, Seymour.

For those unable to attend you can talk to the RRV team via a dedicated, Ballarat-based, hotline 133 RRV (778)