Get a Sticker


Ken believes that when coming up behind a vehicle on the road, including a caravanner or RV driver you never know what you will get.

                                 “Life is like a box of chocolates.”

Drivers may be informed, courteous, cooperative, uneducated, or they may be just plain ignorant.

For example: - We have all heard of and seen many drivers of all vehicles complain when vehicles speed up on overtaking lanes or follow too closely to the vehicle in front so you cannot overtake.

The free, large 30cm, green ‘I’M TRUCK FRIENDLY’ stickers are available at locations throughout Australia and are designed to go on the rear of the caravan and RV so that following drivers know that the driver in front has read the web site driving guides, and knows how to help other drivers, wants to help other drivers, and they have a UHF radio to communicate. (Turned on)

Only drivers who qualify by having read the web site, wanting to help other drivers, and have a UHF qualify for a free sticker. NO UHF – NO sticker.

There is a list of over 30, free sticker, collection points throughout Australia on the web site below with many being tourist/visitor information centers, caravan dealerships and mechanical workshops throughout Australia.

Smaller 120mm, ‘I SUPPORT THE TRUCK FRIENDLY PROGRAM’ stickers are also available for cars, trucks, offices etc.

Reading the words ‘Truck’ and ‘Friendly’ on a sticker on the back of a truck at the traffic lights or on the highway may help to stimulate thought on the needs of trucks when turning etc.

Truck drivers seeing a supportive sticker, and receiving a friendly call on the UHF offering help, will also go a long way to help stop the negative thought cycle of truck drivers who spend long hours alone behind the wheel.

  • Suicide is the second highest cause of death in truck drivers under 39 years of age.
  • Mr Michael Kaine is National Secretary of the TWU and he also oversees insurance claims made by some 100,000 transport workers to their superannuation fund. "There are between three and six suicide claims every month — a horrific number," he said.
  • A Monash University study found the percentage of drivers aged under 35 suffering severe distress was almost double that of the average Australian male of the same age.
  • Truck drivers are 13 times more likely to die at work than any other Australian worker.





Airlie Beach / Cannonvale

Paradise Service Centre
54 Carlo Drive
Cannonvale QLD


Queensland Heritage Park
11 Exhibition Avenue
Biloela QLD


RV Sales QLD
39 Corymbia Place
Parkinson QLD


Bundaberg Regional Council Visitor Information Centre
72 Churchill Street
Childers QLD

Bundaberg Regional Council Visitor Information Centre
36 Avenue Street
Bundaberg QLD

Jayco Bundaberg
10 Kendalls Road
Avoca QLD

Searles RV Centre
23 Phoebe Crescent
Bundaberg QLD

94 Takalvan Street
Bundaberg QLD


The Evening Star Tourist Park
818 Adavale Road
Charleville QLD


RM Williams Australian Bush Learning Centre and Visitor Information
23767 Gayndah - Monto Road
Eidsvold QLD


Gladstone Visitor Information Centre
72 Bryan Jordan Drive
Gladstone QLD


South Burnett Regional Council Information Centre
128 Haly Street
Kingaroy QLD


Jayco Mackay
8 Main Street
Bakers Creek QLD

Mackay Visitor Information Centre
Bluewater Lagoon
Caneland Park
River Street
Mackay QLD


North Burnett Regional Council
Mundubbera Heritage Information Centre
Bicentenial Park
Mundubbera Duron Road
Mundubbera QLD


South Burnett Regional Council
South Burnett Energy Centre and Visitor Information Centre
Henry Street
Nanango QLD


The Big Rig - Tourist Information Centre
2 Riggers Road
Roma QLD


Toowoomba Motor Village
821 Ruthvern Street
Toowoomba QLD


NRMA Caravan Park
88 Esplande
Woodgate QLD

South Australia & Northern Territory


Apollo Caravan and RV Sales
583 Grand Junction Road
Gepps Cross SA

Port Augusta

Wadlata Visitor Information Centre
41 Flinders Terrace
Port Augusta SA


Katherine Tourist Information Centre
Corner of Lindsay Street and Stuart Highway
Katherine NT



Patto's RV Centre
Apollo Caravan and RV Sales
166-168 Belarine Highway
Moolap VIC



Phone to arrange pick up on          0407 744656 


Apollo Caravan and RV Sales
40-46 Hume Highway
Somerton VIC

New South Wales


Colin Paull
Ring First: 0409251 820
Ballina NSW


Bathurst Regional Council Visitor Information Centre
1 Kendall Avenue
Great Western Highway
Bathurst NSW


Blayney Visitor Information Centre
97 Adelaide St
Blayney NSW

Note:- Blayney visitor information centre is manned by volunteers and opening hours may vary. Usually 9am to 1pm Mon - Sat. Please ring first to check if open on 02 6368 3534


Correct Weight Mobile
Ring First: 0409 683 744
Dubbo NSW


Apollo Caravans and RV Sales
21 Camfield Drive
Heatherbrae NSW

Check Weight Mobile Caravan Weighing
Phone 0419 693 975             
Newcastle area NSW


Shoalhaven Visitor Information Centre
42 Bridge Street
Nowra NSW


Greentrees 4 x 4 Solutions
43 Bowman Street
Richmond NSW

Monday to Thursdays only.


Civic Centre

Visitor Information Counter

81B Princess Highway
Ulladulla NSW

Wagga Wagga

Wagga City Council Visitor Information Centre
183 Tarcutta Street
Wagga Wagga NSW

Western Australia

Central Western Australia

Auski Roadhouse
Corner of Great Northern Highway and Munjina Road (Previously named Wittenoom Road)
Karijini WA


Kunanurra Visitors Centre
75 Coolibah Drive
Kunanurra WA


Mandurah Caravan & Tourist Park
522 Pinjarra Road
Furnissdale WA


New Age Perth
1527-1531 Albany Highway
Beckenham WA



Swansea Holiday Park
10 Bridge Street
Swansea TAS


Bakers Air Conditioning and Mechanical
7 Dyson Lane
Ulverstone TAS

Interested in becoming a Truck Friendly sticker and brochure collection point in your area?


If you are unable to get to one of our many sticker collection points listed above, we can have stickers and brochures sent directly to you via post. However, as Truck Friendly does not yet receive any funding for postage etc, we ask that we be reimbursed for the postage and handling.

For up to 8 stickers we charge $20.00 postage and handling. For more than 8 we charge $30.00.

Payment can be made to the below details:

BSB: 645646
Account Number: 107020149

Once you have sent payment, follow the Contact Us link below to advise us of your payment and how many large stickers, small stickers and brochures you require.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can anyone get a free large Truck Friendly sticker?

NO. The large 30cm green Truck Friendly stickers are designed to show drivers following that you:

a. Have a UHF radio fitted and turned on. No UHF – No Sticker.
b. Have read and understand the driving guides on the Truck Friendly web site.
c. You want to help other drivers and are friendly and cooperative.

Unless you tick all the above you do not qualify for a sticker. The last thing we want is a following driver trying to call up a vehicle who does not have a UHF. This will cause frustration, the very thing we are trying to avoid.

You can still be courteous and Truck Friendly if you don’t have a UHF radio fitted.

How can I get a FREE, 'I'm truck friendly' sticker for my van / RV?

If you qualify, as above, you can find a list of our sticker collection points throughout Australia. Call into any one of these Truck Friendly supporter businesses and you can collect your FREE, – ‘IM TRUCK FRIENDLY’ large green sticker.

Alternatively, if your are unable to get to one of these locations, Truck Friendly, can post some stickers and brochures out to you direct.

However as Truck Friendly does not yet receive any funding for postage etc, we ask that we be reimbursed for the postage and handling. For up to 8 stickers we charge $20.00 postage and handling. For more than 8 we charge $30.00.

If you would like to take up this offer, payment can be made to the below details:

BSB: 645646
Account Number: 107020149

Once you have sent payment, Contact Us to advise us of your payment and how many large stickers, small stickers and brochures you require.

Why are the stickers so big?
The 30 cm green stickers are designed to be easily identified and read from a distance by a following vehicle. The safe following distance on the highway for a truck or car towing a caravan is a min of 110 metres in good weather on good roads. At that distance the stickers need to be large to be noticed and easily identified.

The stickers may look big holding them in your hand; however, they soon look substantially smaller when placed on the rear of a large van or RV.

Can I get a smaller sticker?

Yes. Smaller 12cm stickers are now available . These smaller promotional stickers are designed to stimulate thought about driving habits, stimulate a friendlier attitude to driving and trucks, promote the Truck Friendly program and show the driver is interested in safe driving.

These smaller stickers can be placed on cars, caravans, trucks, shops etc.

They do not replace the larger green stickers that show the driver has a UHF fitted and cannot be identified from 120m by a following vehicle due to their smaller size.

Where should I place my sticker?
The large green stickers should be placed in the upper rear, driver’s side, of your RV or caravan. By placing all stickers in approximately the same location it makes them much easier to recognise from a distance.
Why are the stickers green and round?
The stickers are green and round to make then easily identifiable on the rear of the caravan or RV from a long distance. Many other stickers are rectangular in shape so the round Truck Friendly stickers will be easily recognised while driving.