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EV plate label kit

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Before I throw out the little plastic bag my EV plate labels came in, I thought I would post the details here for archiving. The EV plate label kit from Hyundai consists of two blue triangular "EV" labels to attach to your number plate, and two rivets. They cost about $5.50 a pair.

The part number is 8631554738.
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Funny. I was sent them (at no cost) by the NSW Government and told I had to affix them to the car or else I would burn in the fires of hell.

I've since seen quite a lot of them on cars that I did not realise were hybrids.
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Interesting - no obligation to install them in WA...
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...yet....
I was thinking of getting some for my cars as a bit of subtle EV advertising but it was all too hard to get them made. This seems to be a cheap and easy solution for me, I'll order some tomorrow I think.
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tonyw wrote: Sun, 16 Aug 2020, 18:51 Funny. I was sent them (at no cost) by the NSW Government and told I had to affix them to the car or else I would burn in the fires of hell.
That is true in NSW. At least in the ACT, we have to buy and affix them ourselves.
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Hi there - these have been available via AEVA for several years! ($10 a set posted: $5 cost ... $6.10 if posted ... rest to AEVA as a donation)

viewtopic.php?f=18&t=3386&p=69986&hilit ... ate#p69986

Just email me to get a pair sent. EVNews@bigpond.com

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I saw that posting but I thought they were different to the (supposedly) national specifications.
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Seems to be some discrepancy between the states. Some use the blue diamond sticker and some use the blue triangle rivet-on version.

Thank goodness we live in the one country and speak the same language. How on earth does the EU manage to standardise anything??

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Bryce wrote: Tue, 18 Aug 2020, 13:28 Seems to be some discrepancy between the states. Some use the blue diamond sticker and some use the blue triangle rivet-on version.

Thank goodness we live in the one country and speak the same language. How on earth does the EU manage to standardise anything??

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The blue triangle is the Australian Standard. As far as I can tell the diamond is something Victoria did unilaterally.
In the ACT and probably anywhere other than Victoria, state legislation requires the blue EV triangle. In the ACT, the triangle is required for any vehicle with a high voltage traction battery (hybrids and BEVs) that was made after 1/1/2019. This has been required since 1/1/2020. However, until at least quite recently, dealers have been supplying cars without the triangle attached. In the case of Hyundai, the head office started putting them in the glove box for the dealer to attach when they get plates but the message didn't filter through to the local dealer who, at least until recently and perhaps still, left them in the glove box.
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I bought my car from Crawfords in Brookvale, NSW, as dealer demo car. They (illegally now in NSW) sold me the car with no Blue triangle EV plate.
Eventually, the local Service centre (where you register cars in NSW) arranged for some, & now keep them in stock. To my knowledge, the first set are supplied free.
It is now a legal requirement to have the plates fitted to applicable vehicles in NSW. (Fine if not fitted)
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I've previously wondered if it is a requirement of EVs travelling on NSW roads or just NSW registered vehicles. If I drive an ACT registered vehicle in NSW, are triangles required?
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bje wrote: Sun, 27 Sep 2020, 09:41 I've previously wondered if it is a requirement of EVs travelling on NSW roads or just NSW registered vehicles. If I drive an ACT registered vehicle in NSW, are triangles required?
I presume that a car registered in another state or territory is only required to have complied with the registration requirements of that other state when travelling in a different jurisdiction within Australia. The states and territories largely manage to harmonise their requirements so it is of little consequence.
In the case of EV triangles, I would say you could be fined in NSW for not having them because the ACT also requires them by the letter of the law, even though it has not yet started enforcing that. On the other hand, a Victorian car with Victoria's EV diamond would not be fined, I expect, but it would be if it lacks any EV symbol on its plates.
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