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Licences to become free in Victoria under new VicRoads deal

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VicRoads will be partly privatised for a period in a bid to generate $7.9 billion for the state. A consortium of Aware Super, Australian Retirement Trust and Macquarie Asset Management will run licensing and registration for the next 40 years. The state government will continue to manage data, privacy provisions and essential fee prices, and will regain control of all operations after the partnership ends.
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Sydney Morning Herald

Licences to become free in Victoria under new VicRoads deal

There will be discounts for good drivers, and free permits for learners, under a 40-year deal to privatise VicRoads.

1 month ago·Sydney, Australia
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Gold Coast Bulletin

Free licenses in VicRoads privatisation deal

Parts of VicRoads will become privatised under a 40-year deal that’s set to make the state almost $8 billion.

2 months ago·Southport, Australia
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Free licences and cheaper licence renewal on offer as VicRoads becomes partly privatised

2 months ago·Australia
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Some licences to become free as part of VicRoads' partial privatisation

VicRoads partially privatised for $7.9 billion.

2 months ago·Ballarat, Australia
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