Perhaps instead of stigmatising certain classes of vehicles, we look at the core issue.
The Australian Road Rules, to which all states should abide, has a slab on restrictions on stopping and parking near intersections, crossing, and roundabouts. [Have a look at "National Transport Commission (Road Transport Legislation - Australian Road Rules) Regulations 2006, Part 12, Restrictions on stopping and parking" (https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/F2006L00240)]
Ausroads is the peak organisation of Australasian road transport and traffic agencies. Austroads publishes a range of Guides which cover the design, construction, maintenance and operation of the road network in Australia and New Zealand. All road agencies across Australasia have adopted the Austroads Guides. "The Austroads Guide to Road Design, Guide to Road Design Part 4: Intersections and Crossings – General" is it should be specified that road users' vision is to be unobstructed at critical points such as pedestrian crossings, intersections, light & heavy rail crossings, roundabouts, etc.
Road design is up to Federal Government, State Government, or Councils, depending on who has control & responsibility for a particular road. Then it it down to the 'engineers' who do the actual planning.
So you see, there are already appropriate controls in place relating this issue.