Quad Bike Rebate Scheme VIC


The Quad Bike Rebate Scheme provides farmers with a rebate to help with the costs of implementing safety solutions to minimise quad bike accidents.
Open
Close date: 30 Jun 2020 12:00 AM AEST.
What do you get?

A rebate of up to $1200.

Who is this for?

Victorian farmers.

Overview

The Quad Bike Rebate Scheme provides Victorian farmers with rebates to help with the costs of implementing safety solutions to minimise quad bike accidents.

Eligible farmers can apply for a rebate of:

  • Up to $1,200 (GST exempt) for the purchase of an alternate vehicle such as a side-by-side vehicle (SSV) or a small utility vehicle (SUV). The alternate vehicle must be designed for use in agriculture and at point of sale have rollover protection and a fitted seatbelt. Sport vehicles and small commercial vehicles, such as utes, are excluded. 

OR

  • Up to $600 (GST exempt) for the purchase of up to two operator protection devices (OPD’s), or up to $1200 (GST exempt) for two devices. The OPD must have been designed and manufactured in accordance with approved engineering standards and independently tested to be eligible for the rebate.

Rebates are available for devices or vehicles purchased on, or after 22 July 2016.

What are the eligibility criteria?

To be eligible you must be a farmer who:

  • lives and operates a business in Victoria
  • has no more than 19 full-time employees
  • owns a quad bike for work purposes
  • has farming as their main source of income
  • have purchased an eligible safety solution between 22 July 2016 and 31 August 2019

Find out more about the eligibility criteria at Quad Bike Rebate Scheme.

How do you apply?

Find out more about how to apply at Quad Bike Rebate Scheme.