Vehicle types and specifications

Individually constructed vehicles

Individually Constructed Vehicles (ICV) are vehicles where the body and chassis are new, even though the sub-assemblies and components used may be derived from other production vehicles.

Most ICVs are passenger vehicles - sedans, station wagons, coupes, and tourers.

For more information about ICVs dowload the fact sheet MR850 Individually Constructed Vehicles (2.0 MB PDF).

To apply to build an ICV, download MR623 Application to build a individually constructed vehicle (465.6 KB PDF) and submit to Vehicle Standards.

Related information


MR426 Chartered Professional Engineers (1.0 MB PDF)

Other websites

Australian Design Rules


Vehicle Standards
Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure
Phone - 1300 882 248

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