Traffic Regulation 1962


Queensland Crest
Traffic Regulation 1962

Part 1 Preliminary

1Short title

This regulation may be cited as the Traffic Regulation 1962 .

s 1 sub 1993 SL No. 470 s 3

2Fees

The fees payable under the Act are set out in schedule 4.

s 2 prev s 2 amd reg pubd 10 July 1965 pp 1406–7; 26 May 1979 p 706; 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9; 2 December 1989 pp 2445–7; 8 December 1990 pp 1663–7

om 1993 SL No. 470 s 3

pres s 2 ins 1994 SL No. 275 s 3

3[Repealed]

s 3 om 1993 SL No. 470 s 3

4Definitions

In this regulation—
1-way carriageway ...

def 1-way carriageway om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

2-way carriageway ...

def 2-way carriageway om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

abreast ...

def abreast om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

aggregate trailer mass ...

def aggregate trailer mass ins 1994 SL No. 260 s 3 (2)

amd 1996 SL No. 230 s 4 (3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

agricultural implement ...

def agricultural implement ins reg pubd gaz 2 December 1989 pp 2445–7

amd 1994 SL No. 260 s 3 (1)

om 1997 SL No. 440 s 4

all traffic turn sign ...

def all traffic turn sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

alternative headlamp ...

def alternative headlamp om 1996 SL No. 230 s 4 (1)

analogue redlight camera system means a camera system described in schedule 10, part 1.

def analogue redlight camera system ins 2010 SL No. 41 s 3 (2)

analogue speed camera system means a camera system described in schedule 10, part 2.

def analogue speed camera system ins 2010 SL No. 41 s 3 (2)

angle parking ...

def angle parking sub reg pubd gaz 22 December 1962 p 1603

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 3 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

ANPR camera ...

def ANPR camera ins 2007 SL No. 53 s 6

om 2007 SL No. 226 s 4

ANPR camera system means a camera system described in schedule 10, part 3.

def ANPR camera system ins 2007 SL No. 53 s 4

sub 2010 SL No. 41 s 3 (1)–(2)

ANPR Camera System Coding Manual, for an ANPR camera system, means the ANPR Camera System Coding Manual issued by the toll operator for the toll road or local government tollway in which the camera system is located.

def ANPR Camera System Coding Manual ins 2014 SL No. 219 s 16 (2)

appointed ...

def appointed om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

approved form ...

def approved form ins 1992 SL No. 335 s 3

sub 1996 SL No. 88 s 4 (1)–(2)

om 1997 SL No. 440 s 4

approved supplier, for part 19, see section 173.

def approved supplier ins 2014 SL No. 161 s 11

AS ...

def AS ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 4 (2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

Australian design rule ...

def Australian design rule ins reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

Australian Standard ...

def Australian Standard ins reg pubd gaz 1 February 1986 pp 406–8

om 1996 SL No. 230 s 4 (1)

axle group ...

def axle group ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

axle load ...

def axle load ins reg pubd gaz 2 May 1987 pp 196–7

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

between ...

def between om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

bicycle lane ...

def bicycle lane ins reg pubd gaz 10 May 1986 pp 582–6

sub 1993 SL No. 167 s 3

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

bicycle lane sign ...

def bicycle lane sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 411 s 3 (2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

bicycle path ...

def bicycle path ins reg pubd gaz 10 May 1986 pp 582–6

sub 1993 SL No. 167 s 3

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

bicycle path sign ...

def bicycle path sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

bicycle prohibition sign ...

def bicycle prohibition sign ins reg pubd gaz 10 May 1986 pp 582–6

sub 1993 SL No. 167 s 3

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)–(5); 1994 SL No. 411 s 3 (3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

Bicycle way sign ...

def Bicycle way sign ins reg pubd gaz 10 May 1986 pp 582–6

om 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (1)

brake ...

def brake om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

braking system ...

def braking system om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

bridge ...

def bridge om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

Brisbane central traffic area ...

def Brisbane central traffic area ins 1992 SL No. 275 s 3

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

building line ...

def building line amd 1996 SL No. 230 s 4 (5)

plan reloc to sch 8 1996 SL No. 230 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

bus lane ...

def bus lane ins reg pubd gaz 16 February 1980 pp 529–30

sub 1993 SL No. 167 s 3

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

bus lane sign ...

def bus lane sign ins reg pubd gaz 16 February 1980 pp 529–30

sub 1993 SL No. 167 s 3

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

bus prohibition sign ...

def bus prohibition sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

bus zone ...

def bus zone ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

sub 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (2)–(3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

bus zone sign ...

def bus zone sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

sub 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (2)–(3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

Cab ...

def Cab om 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (1)

Cab stand ...

def Cab stand om 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (1)

camera means that part of a photographic detection device used for taking photographs or capturing images.

def camera ins reg pubd gaz 8 December 1990 pp 1663–7

amd 2010 SL No. 41 s 3 (3)

camera system hardware, for the following camera systems, means a component of the system—
(a)an ANPR camera system;
(b)a digital combined redlight and speed camera system;
(c)a digital redlight camera system;
(d)a digital speed camera system;
(e)a digital point-to-point camera system.

Examples of camera system hardware—

the system’s camera or cameras, server and electrical wiring

def camera system hardware ins 2011 SL No. 34 s 3

amd 2011 SL No. 136 s 3 (2)–(3)

sub 2014 SL No. 219 s 16

Carrying vehicle ...

def Carrying vehicle om 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (1)

Carrying vehicle stand ...

def Carrying vehicle stand om 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (1)

centre-line ...

def centre-line om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

centre parking ...

def centre parking om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

Chief Inspector of Motor Vehicles ...

def Chief Inspector of Motor Vehicles ins reg pubd gaz 13 March 1982 pp 987–1003

om 1995 SL No. 18 s 3 (2)

city ...

def city ins 1992 SL No. 275 s 3

om 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (2)

City of Brisbane ...

def City of Brisbane ins 1992 SL No. 275 s 3

om 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (2)

clearance lamp ...

def clearance lamp om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

clearance sign ...

def clearance sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

clearway ...

def clearway ins reg pubd gaz 16 January 1982 p 134

sub 1993 SL No. 167 s 3

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

clearway sign ...

def clearway sign ins reg pubd gaz 16 January 1982 p 134

sub 1993 SL No. 167 s 3

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

Compliance plate ...

def Compliance plate ins reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

om 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (2)

controlled access bus ...

def controlled access bus ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (3)

om 1994 SL No. 275 s 4 (1)

converter dolly ...

def converter dolly ins reg pubd gaz 31 October 1987 pp 852–4

sub 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (2)–(3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

crosswalk ...

def crosswalk ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 4 (2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

CTP insurance offence, for part 22, division 2, see section 208A.

def CTP insurance offence ins 2014 SL No. 219 s 16 (2)

cyclist ...

def cyclist ins 1997 SL No. 99 s 4 (2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

cyclists dismount sign ...

def cyclists dismount sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

digital combined redlight and speed camera system means a camera system described in schedule 10, part 6.

def digital combined redlight and speed camera system ins 2011 SL No. 136 s 3 (1)

digital point-to-point camera system means a camera system described in schedule 10, part 7.

Note—

A digital point-to-point camera system comprises multiple cameras. It can be used to provide evidence of a prescribed offence based on—
(a)an image, or images, of a vehicle taken by 1 of the system’s cameras at a particular location and time; or
(b)images of a vehicle taken by more than 1 of the system’s cameras at different points on a road, the distance between which is used to calculate the average speed of the vehicle (see the Act, section 120A).

def digital point-to-point camera system ins 2011 SL No. 136 s 3 (1)

digital redlight camera system means a camera system described in schedule 10, part 4.

def digital redlight camera system ins 2010 SL No. 41 s 3 (2)

digital speed camera system means a camera system described in schedule 10, part 5.

def digital speed camera system ins 2010 SL No. 41 s 3 (2)

dipping device ...

def dipping device sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 4 (1)–(2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

disability parking permit means a permit under section 111 of the Act.

def disability parking permit ins 2011 SL No. 8 s 4

doctor ...

def doctor ins 1994 SL No. 139 s 4 (2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

dog trailer ...

def dog trailer ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

drawbar ...

def drawbar ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (3)

om 199 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

drive ...

def drive ins 1995 SL No. 18 s 3 (3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

driver has the meaning given by the Queensland Road Rules.

def driver ins 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (2)

during hours of darkness ...

def during hours of darkness amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

edge line ...

def edge line ins reg pubd gaz 9 February 1980 p 458

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

effective range ...

def effective range om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

emergency brake ...

def emergency brake om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

emergency vehicle ...

def emergency vehicle sub 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (2)–(3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

end bicycle lane sign ...

def end bicycle lane sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

end bicycle path sign ...

def end bicycle path sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

end bicycle way sign ...

def end bicycle way sign ins reg pubd gaz 10 May 1986 pp 582–6

om 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (1)

end bus lane sign ...

def end bus lane sign ins reg pubd gaz 16 February 1980 pp 529–30

sub 1993 SL No. 167 s 3

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

end clearway sign ...

def end clearway sign ins reg pubd gaz 16 January 1982 p 134

sub 1993 SL No. 167 s 3

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

end local traffic area sign ...

def end local traffic area sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

end of freeway sign ...

def end of freeway sign ins reg pubd gaz 1 October 1988 pp 566–71

sub 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (2)–(3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

endorsement ...

def endorsement amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (6)

om 1996 SL No. 230 s 4 (1)

end segregated footway sign ...

def end segregated footway sign ins reg pubd gaz 10 May 1986 pp 582–6

sub 1993 SL No. 167 s 3

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

end shared footway sign ...

def end shared footway sign ins reg pubd gaz 10 May 1986 pp 582–6

sub 1993 SL No. 167 s 3

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

end shared zone sign ...

def end shared zone sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

end transit lane sign ...

def end transit lane sign ins reg pubd gaz 16 February 1980 pp 529–30

sub 1993 SL No. 167 s 3

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

end truck lane sign ...

def end truck lane sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

escort vehicle ...

def escort vehicle ins 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

excess dimension permission ...

def excess dimension permission ins 1992 SL No. 275 s 3

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 3 (5)

om 1996 SL No. 88 s 4 (1)

excess dimension vehicle ...

def excess dimension vehicle ins 1992 SL No. 275 s 3

sub 1994 SL No. 275 s 4; 1996 SL No. 88 s 4 (1)–(2)

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

excess dimension vehicle permit ...

def excess dimension vehicle permit ins 1996 SL No. 88 s 4 (2)

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

forward control passenger vehicle ...

def forward control passenger vehicle ins reg pubd gaz 1 February 1986 pp 406–8

om 1996 SL No. 230 s 4 (1)

freeway ...

def freeway ins reg pubd gaz 1 October 1988 pp 566–71

sub 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (2)–(3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

freight container ...

def freight container ins reg pubd gaz 1 October 1988 pp 566–71

om 1995 SL No. 401 s 17

front articulation point ...

def front articulation point ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (3)

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

give way sign ...

def give way sign ins reg pubd gaz 17 February 1979 p 531

sub 1993 SL No. 167 s 3

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

give way to pedestrians sign ...

def give way to pedestrians sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

gross combination mass ...

def gross combination mass ins reg pubd gaz 2 May 1987 pp 196–7

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

gross load limit sign ...

def gross load limit sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

gross vehicle mass ...

def gross vehicle mass ins reg pubd gaz 1 February 1986 pp 406–8

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

gross vehicle weight ...

def gross vehicle weight ins reg pubd gaz 23 November 1968 p 1107

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 3 (6)–(8)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

ground clearance ...

def ground clearance ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (3)

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

GVM ...

def GVM ins 1995 SL No. 368 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

halfway around ...

def halfway around ins 1997 SL No. 99 s 4 (2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

incapacitated person ...

def incapacitated person ins 1994 SL No. 411 s 3 (1)

om 1997 SL No. 440 s 4

independent brakes ...

def independent brakes ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

indivisible article ...

def indivisible article ins 1996 SL No. 88 s 4 (2)

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

intersection ...

def intersection om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

level crossing ...

def level crossing om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

Licensed vehicle ...

def Licensed vehicle om 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (1)

limousine ...

def limousine ins 1996 SL No. 88 s 4 (2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

local traffic area ...

def local traffic area ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

local traffic area sign ...

def local traffic area sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

marked ...

def marked ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 4 (2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

Moped ...

def Moped ins reg pubd gaz 6 August 1983 pp 2011–13

om reg pubd gaz 22 December 1990 pp 2287–95

motor vehicle chassis ...

def motor vehicle chassis ins reg pubd gaz 20 October 1973 pp 944–6

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 4 (1)–(2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

multipurpose passenger car ...

def multipurpose passenger car ins reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

amd reg pubd gaz 1 February 1986 pp 406–8

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

MUTCD ...

def MUTCD ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

om 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (2)

no …beyond this point sign ...

def no …beyond this point sign ins 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

no entry sign ...

def no entry sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

no left turn sign ...

def no left turn sign ins 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

no parking sign ...

def no parking sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

no right turn sign ...

def no right turn sign ins 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

no standing sign ...

def no standing sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

no turns sign ...

def no turns sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

sub 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (2)–(3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

no U-turn sign ...

def no U-turn sign ins 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

O.D. route 2 ...

def O.D. route 2 ins 1992 SL No. 275 s 3

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 3 (9)

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

Omnibus stand ...

def Omnibus stand om 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (1)

on ...

def on ins 1995 SL No. 18 s 3 (3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

over dimension vehicle ...

def over dimension vehicle ins 1994 SL No. 275 s 4 (2)

om 1996 SL No. 88 s 4 (1)

overhang ...

def overhang om reg pubd gaz 18 December 1976 p 1681

overrun brakes ...

def overrun brakes ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

oversize vehicle ...

def oversize vehicle ins 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

parallel parking ...

def parallel parking om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

passenger car ...

def passenger car ins reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

sub reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

passenger car derivative ...

def passenger car derivative ins reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

sub reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

passenger car or derivative ...

def passenger car or derivative ins 1997 SL No. 99 s 4 (2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

passenger cars and derivatives thereof ...

def passenger cars and derivatives thereof ins reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 3 (10)

om 1997 SL No. 99 s 4 (1)

pedestrian crossing ...

def pedestrian crossing sub reg pubd gaz 29 June 1974 p 1220

amd reg pubd gaz 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9

sub reg pubd gaz 8 March 1980 pp 833–4; 1996 SL No. 230 s 4 (1)–(2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

pedicab ...

def pedicab ins reg pubd gaz 29 June 1991 pp 1285–305

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

pilot vehicle ...

def pilot vehicle ins 1992 SL No. 275 s 3

sub 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

pilot vehicle driver’s licence ...

def pilot vehicle driver’s licence ins 1992 SL No. 275 s 3

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

pilot vehicle escort record ...

def pilot vehicle escort record ins 1992 SL No. 275 s 3

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

pilot vehicle licence ...

def pilot vehicle licence ins 1992 SL No. 275 s 3

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

placard load offence, for part 22, division 2, see section 208A.

def placard load offence ins 2014 SL No. 219 s 16 (2)

pole-type trailer ...

def pole-type trailer om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

Police Officer ...

def Police Officer om 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (2)

power-assisted bicycle ...

def power-assisted bicycle ins 1994 SL No. 411 s 3 (1)

om 1997 SL No. 440 s 4

power-assisted cycle ...

def power-assisted cycle ins 1994 SL No. 411 s 3 (1)

om 1997 SL No. 440 s 4

power-assisted tricycle ...

def power-assisted tricycle ins 1994 SL No. 411 s 3 (1)

om 1997 SL No. 440 s 4

power source ...

def power source ins 1994 SL No. 411 s 3 (1)

om 1997 SL No. 440 s 4

primary producer ...

def primary producer ins reg pubd gaz 2 December 1989 pp 2445–7

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

Prohibited on Freeway sign ...

def Prohibited on Freeway sign ins reg pubd gaz 1 October 1988 pp 566–71

om 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (2)

propellant ...

def propellant ins 1994 SL No. 411 s 3 (1)

om 1997 SL No. 440 s 4

Public stand ...

def Public stand om 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (1)

Public vehicle ...

def Public vehicle om 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (1)

quadaxle group ...

def quadaxle group ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

rear overhang ...

def rear overhang ins reg pubd gaz 18 December 1976 p 1681

sub 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (2)–(3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

rear overhang line ...

def rear overhang line ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

redlight camera ...

def redlight camera ins 2007 SL No. 53 s 6

om 2010 SL No. 41 s 3 (1)

registration number see the Transport Operations (Road Use Management—Vehicle Registration) Regulation 2010 , schedule 8.

def registration number ins 2014 SL No. 219 s 16 (2)

registration offence see section 208A.

def registration offence ins 2014 SL No. 219 s 16 (2)

Regulations ...

def Regulations om 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (2)

repeater horn ...

def repeater horn ins 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

reservation ...

def reservation om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

rider has the meaning given by the Queensland Road Rules.

def rider ins 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (2)

road in a built-up area ...

def road in a built-up area om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

road-related area has the meaning given by the Queensland Road Rules.

def road-related area ins 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (2)

road transport infrastructure ...

def road transport infrastructure ins 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

roundabout ...

def roundabout ins reg pubd gaz 5 August 1978 pp 1595–604

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

roundabout sign ...

def roundabout sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

Safety zone ...

def Safety zone om 1995 SL No. 18 s 3 (2)

schedule ...

def schedule om 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (2)

school bus ...

def school bus ins reg pubd gaz 6 October 1979 pp 586–7

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

school crossing ...

def school crossing ins reg pubd gaz 8 March 1980 pp 833–4

sub reg pubd gaz 21 January 1984 pp 168–9

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

school zone ...

def school zone ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

school zone sign ...

def school zone sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

segregated footway ...

def segregated footway ins reg pubd gaz 10 May 1986 pp 582–6

sub 1993 SL No. 167 s 3

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

segregated footway sign ...

def segregated footway sign ins reg pubd gaz 10 May 1986 pp 582–6

sub 1993 SL No. 167 s 3

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

Semi-trailer ...

def Semi-trailer om 1995 SL No. 18 s 3 (2)

separation line ...

def separation line om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

service brake ...

def service brake om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

shared footway ...

def shared footway ins reg pubd gaz 10 May 1986 pp 582–6

sub 1993 SL No. 167 s 3

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

shared footway sign ...

def shared footway sign ins reg pubd gaz 10 May 1986 pp 582–6

sub 1993 SL No. 167 s 3

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

shared zone ...

def shared zone ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

shared zone sign ...

def shared zone sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

side marker lamp ...

def side marker lamp om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

sign includes any poster, placard, notice, sign board, or sign of any kind whatsoever, and which is or is not illuminated or has affixed thereto any material designed to reflect light, and also includes any device, design, structure or erection in the nature of an advertisement or advertising device, and any framework, board, or other structure whatsoever which is used or intended to be used, or is adapted to be used, for the purpose of affixing thereto or supporting any device, design, poster, placard, notice, sign board, or other sign which is a sign within the meaning of this definition.
single axle group ...

def single axle group ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

slip lane ...

def slip lane ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 4 (2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

specially constructed vehicle ...

def specially constructed vehicle ins reg pubd gaz 11 April 1970 p 1400

om reg pubd gaz 22 December 1990 pp 2287–95

speed camera ...

def speed camera ins 2007 SL No. 53 s 6

om 2010 SL No. 41 s 3 (1)

speeding offence means a prescribed offence against the Queensland Road Rules, section 20.

def speeding offence ins 2011 SL No. 212 s 3

speed restriction sign ...

def speed restriction sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

standard dimensions ...

def standard dimensions ins 1992 SL No. 275 s 3

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 3 (11)

om 1996 SL No. 88 s 4 (1)

State ...

def State ins 1995 SL No. 18 s 3 (3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

stop banner ...

def stop banner ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

stop line has the meaning given by the Queensland Road Rules.

def stop line amd reg pubd gaz 8 March 1980 pp 833–4

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 4 (1)–(2); 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)–(2)

stop sign ...

def stop sign sub reg pubd gaz 17 February 1979 p 531

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

stop, stopping, stand or standing ...

def stop, stopping, stand or standing amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 3 (12)–(13)

om 1996 SL No. 230 s 4 (1)

sugar cane trailer ...

def sugar cane trailer ins 1994 SL No. 260 s 3 (2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

tandem axle group ...

def tandem axle group ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

taxi ...

def taxi ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

sub 1995 SL No. 18 s 3 (2)–(3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

taxi zone ...

def taxi zone ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

taxi zone sign ...

def taxi zone sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

The Act ...

def The Act om 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (2)

T-intersection ...

def T-intersection ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 4 (2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

toll operator see section 166A (4) of the Act.

def toll operator ins 2014 SL No. 219 s 16 (2)

tow ...

def tow ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 4 (2)

toy vehicle ...

def toy vehicle ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (3)

amd 1994 SL No. 411 s 3 (4)

om 1997 SL No. 440 s 4

Traffic Camera Coding Manual means the Traffic Camera Coding Manual issued by the commissioner.

def Traffic Camera Coding Manual ins 1997 SL No. 99 s 4 (2)

traffic controller ...

def traffic controller ins 1996 SL No. 29 s 3

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

traffic light includes a traffic arrow.

def traffic light ins 2010 SL No. 41 s 3 (2)

traffic line ...

def traffic line om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

traffic office ...

def traffic office om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

transit lane ...

def transit lane ins reg pubd gaz 16 February 1980 pp 529–30

sub 1993 SL No. 167 s 3

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

transit lane sign ...

def transit lane sign ins reg pubd gaz 16 February 1980 pp 529–30

sub 1993 SL No. 167 s 3

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

triaxle group ...

def triaxle group ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

truck lane ...

def truck lane ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

truck lane sign ...

def truck lane sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

truck prohibition sign ...

def truck prohibition sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

turn left ...

def turn left ins reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

turn right ...

def turn right om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

twinsteer axle group ...

def twinsteer axle group ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

twist lock ...

def twist lock ins reg pubd gaz 1 October 1988 pp 566–71

om 1995 SL No. 401 s 17

upon ...

def upon om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

U-turn ...

def U-turn om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

U-turn permitted sign ...

def U-turn permitted sign ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 3 (2)

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

Vehicle ...

def Vehicle om 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (2)

vehicle combination ...

def vehicle combination ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

warning device ...

def warning device om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

warning sign ...

def warning sign ins 1996 SL No. 88 s 4 (2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

wear ...

def wear ins reg pubd gaz 29 June 1991 pp 1285–305

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

Wheel base ...

def Wheel base om reg pubd gaz 18 December 1976 p 1681

wheelchair ...

def wheelchair ins 1994 SL No. 411 s 3 (1)

om 1997 SL No. 440 s 4

windscreen ...

def windscreen om 1999 SL No. 299 s 4 (1)

s 4 amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 4 (1), (4); 1994 SL No. 139 s 4 (1); 1994 SL No. 232 s 4 (1); 1995 SL No. 18 s 3 (1)

4A[Repealed]

s 4A ins 1995 SL No. 18 s 4

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 5

4B[Repealed]

s 4B ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 5

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 5

4C[Repealed]

s 4C ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 5

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 5

4CA[Repealed]

s 4CA reloc from s 33 1997 SL No. 99 s 8 (2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 5

4D[Repealed]

s 4D ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 5

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 5

Part 2 Scope, effect, and administration of regulations

5Application of regulation to drivers, pedestrians and vehicles

Unless otherwise stated this regulation in so far as it applies to drivers and pedestrians and the use of vehicles shall apply to drivers and pedestrians and the use of vehicles upon roads.

s 5 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 5

6Application of regulation to animals

A rider of an animal has the duties, rights and privileges imposed or conferred on the rider or driver of a vehicle by the provisions of this regulation, other than provisions which by their nature can not apply in relation to animals.

s 6 amd 1999 SL No. 213 s 6

7[Repealed]

s 7 om 1994 SL No. 275 s 5

8[Repealed]

s 8 sub 1995 SL No. 18 s 6

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 7

9[Repealed]

s 9 sub 1994 SL No. 232 s 5

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 7

10[Repealed]

s 10 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 7

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 7

11[Repealed]

s 11 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 8; 1996 SL No. 88 s 3 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 7

12[Repealed]

s 12 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 9

om 1996 SL No. 230 s 6

13[Repealed]

s 13 amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 3 sch; 1994 SL No. 275 s 6; 1995 SL No. 18 s 10

sub 1996 SL No. 88 s 5

amd 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 7

14[Repealed]

s 14 orig s 14 amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 3 sch

om 1994 SL No. 275 s 7

prev s 14 ins 1996 SL No. 88 s 5

om 1997 SL No. 440 s 5

15[Repealed]

s 15 om 1993 SL No. 470 s 5

15A[Repealed]

s 15A ins reg pubd gaz 1 February 1986 pp 406–8

om 1993 SL No. 470 s 5

Part 3 [Repealed]

pt hdg om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

16[Repealed]

s 16 amd reg pubd gaz 10 July 1965 pp 1406–7; 29 June 1974 p 1220; 1995 SL No. 18 s 11

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

17[Repealed]

s 17 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 12

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

18[Repealed]

s 18 amd reg pubd gaz 10 July 1965 pp 1406–7; 19 July 1986 pp 2185–9; 1994 SL No. 232 s 3 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 13

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

19[Repealed]

s 19 amd reg pubd gaz 5 August 1978 pp 1595–604; 16 February 1980 pp 529–30; 19 December 1981 p 1638; 1993 SL No. 167 s 4; 1994 SL No. 411 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 14

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 7

om 1997 SL No. 99 s 5

Part 4 [Repealed]

pt hdg om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

19A[Repealed]

s 19A ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 7

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

19B[Repealed]

s 19B ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 7

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

19C[Repealed]

s 19C ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 7

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

19D[Repealed]

s 19D ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 7

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

19E[Repealed]

s 19E ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 7

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

19F[Repealed]

s 19F ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 7

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

19G[Repealed]

s 19G ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 7

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

19H[Repealed]

s 19H ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 7

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

20[Repealed]

s 20 amd reg pubd gaz 22 January 1966 p 688; 30 April 1966 p 2188; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 17 February 1979 p 531; 9 February 1980 p 458; 13 March 1982 pp 987–1003; 10 May 1986 pp 582–6; 19 July 1986 pp 2185–9; 31 October 1987 pp 852–4; 1993 SL No. 167 s 5; 1994 SL No. 232 s 6; 1994 SL No. 411 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 15; 1996 SL No. 88 s 3 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 8; 1997 SL No. 99 s 6; 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

21[Repealed]

s 21 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 16; 1996 SL No. 29 s 4; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

diagrams reloc to sch 9 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

Part 5 [Repealed]

pt hdg om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

22[Repealed]

s 22 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 17

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

23[Repealed]

s 23 amd reg pubd gaz 13 March 1982 pp 987–1003; 1995 SL No. 18 s 18

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

24[Repealed]

s 24 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 19

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

25[Repealed]

s 25 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 20

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

26[Repealed]

s 26 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 21

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

27[Repealed]

s 27 sub reg pubd gaz 1 October 1988 pp 566–71; 1994 SL No. 411 s 4

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 22

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

28[Repealed]

s 28 amd reg pubd gaz 9 February 1980 p 458; 1995 SL No. 18 s 23

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

29[Repealed]

s 29 sub reg pubd gaz 5 August 1978 pp 1595–604

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 24

om 1997 SL No. 99 s 7

30[Repealed]

s 30 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 25

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

31[Repealed]

s 31 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 26

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

32[Repealed]

s 32 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 27

om 1996 SL No. 88 s 3 sch

32A[Repealed]

s 32A ins reg pubd gaz 16 February 1980 pp 529–30

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 28; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

32B[Repealed]

s 32B ins reg pubd gaz 16 February 1980 pp 529–30

amd reg pubd gaz 1 September 1984 pp 75–6; 8 December 1984 p 1962; 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 29; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

32C[Repealed]

s 32C ins reg pubd gaz 10 May 1986 pp 582–6

amd 1994 SL No. 411 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 30

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

32D[Repealed]

s 32D ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 6

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 31; 1996 SL No. 88 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

Part 6 [Repealed]

pt hdg amd reg pubd gaz 11 September 1976 p 194

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

33[Repealed]

s 33 amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 7; 1996 SL No. 88 s 3 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 9; 1997 SL No. 99 s 8 (1)

reloc as s 4CA 1997 SL No. 99 s 8 (2)

34[Repealed]

s 34 amd reg pubd gaz 26 December 1975 p 1574; 11 September 1976 p 194; 5 August 1978 pp 1595–1604; 17 February 1979 p 531

sub reg pubd gaz 7 February 1981 p 362

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 32

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 10

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

34A[Repealed]

s 34A ins reg pubd gaz 5 August 1978 pp 1595–604

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 33

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 10

om 1997 SL No. 99 s 9

34B[Repealed]

s 34B ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 10

amd 1997 SL No. 99 s 10

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

34C[Repealed]

s 34C ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 10

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

34D[Repealed]

s 34D ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 10

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

34E[Repealed]

s 34E ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 10

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

34F[Repealed]

s 34F ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 10

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

35[Repealed]

s 35 amd reg pubd gaz 22 January 1966 p 688; 11 September 1976 p 194; 17 February 1979 p 531; 1995 SL No. 18 s 34

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 10

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

36[Repealed]

s 36 amd reg pubd gaz 13 July 1985 pp 1816–17; 1995 SL No. 18 s 35

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

36A[Repealed]

s 36A ins reg pubd gaz 13 July 1985 pp 1816–17

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 36

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

37[Repealed]

s 37 sub 1994 SL No. 232 s 8

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 37

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

37A[Repealed]

s 37A ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 38; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch; 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

38[Repealed]

s 38 amd reg pubd gaz 11 February 1967 p 527; 20 October 1973 pp 944–6

sub reg pubd gaz 1 October 1988 pp 566–71

amd 1994 SL No. 411 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 39; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch; 1997 SL No. 99 s 11

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

38A[Repealed]

s 38A ins reg pubd gaz 13 March 1982 pp 987–1003

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 40; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

38B[Repealed]

s 38B ins 1993 SL No. 167 s 7

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 41

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

Part 6A [Repealed]

pt hdg ins 1997 SL No. 99 s 12

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

38C[Repealed]

s 38C ins 1997 SL No. 99 s 12

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

38D[Repealed]

s 38D ins 1997 SL No. 99 s 12

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

38E[Repealed]

s 38E ins 1997 SL No. 99 s 12

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

38F[Repealed]

s 38F ins 1997 SL No. 99 s 12

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

Part 7 [Repealed]

pt hdg om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

39[Repealed]

s 39 amd reg pubd gaz 5 August 1978 pp 1595–604; 8 March 1980 pp 833–4; 21 January 1984 pp 168–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 42

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

40[Repealed]

s 40 amd 1993 SL No. 167 s 8; 1995 SL No. 18 s 43; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

41[Repealed]

s 41 amd reg pubd gaz 21 January 1984 pp 168–9; 10 May 1986 pp 582–6; 1993 SL No. 167 s 9; 1994 SL No. 411 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 44; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch; 1997 SL No. 99 s 13

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

42[Repealed]

s 42 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1993 SL No. 167 s 10; 1994 SL No. 232 s 3 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 45; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

42A[Repealed]

s 42A ins reg pubd gaz 15 October 1977 p 594

amd reg pubd gaz 24 June 1978 p 986; 1995 SL No. 18 s 46

sub 1997 SL No. 99 s 14

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

Part 8 [Repealed]

pt hdg om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

43[Repealed]

s 43 amd reg pubd gaz 13 March 1982 pp 987–1003; 31 October 1987 pp 852–4; 1995 SL No. 18 s 47

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

43A[Repealed]

s 43A ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 11

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

43B[Repealed]

s 43B ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 11

amd 1997 SL No. 99 s 15

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

43C[Repealed]

s 43C ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 11

amd 1997 SL No. 99 s 16

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

44[Repealed]

s 44 amd reg pubd gaz 20 October 1973 pp 944–6; 13 March 1982 pp 987–1003; 10 May 1986 pp 582–6; 1994 SL No. 411 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 48

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 11

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

44A[Repealed]

s 44A ins reg pubd gaz 13 March 1982 pp 987–1003

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 49; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch; 1997 SL No. 99 s 17

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

45[Repealed]

s 45 amd reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 50; 1996 SL No. 230 s 12; 1997 SL No. 99 s 18

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

46[Repealed]

s 46 amd reg pubd gaz 21 December 1974 pp 1595–6; 26 July 1980 p 2109; 1995 SL No. 18 s 51; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch; 1999 SL No. 213 s 55

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

46A[Repealed]

s 46A ins reg pubd gaz 6 October 1979 pp 586–7

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 52; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch; 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

sub 1999 SL No. 213 s 56

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

47[Repealed]

s 47 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1993 SL No. 167 s 11; 1994 SL No. 232 s 9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 53

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 13

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

Part 9 [Repealed]

pt hdg om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

48[Repealed]

s 48 amd reg pubd gaz 11 April 1970 p 1400; 1994 SL No. 232 s 10; 1995 SL No. 18 s 54; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

Part 10 [Repealed]

pt hdg om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

49[Repealed]

s 49 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 55

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

50[Repealed]

s 50 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 June 1974 p 1220

sub reg pubd gaz 19 June 1982 p 1619

amd reg pubd gaz 26 June 1982 p 2065; 22 September 1984 p 409; 20 April 1985 p 2244

sub reg pubd gaz 25 June 1988 p 2471

amd 1992 SL No. 275 s 4; 1993 SL No. 167 s 12

sub 1993 SL No. 470 s 3

amd 1994 SL No. 275 s 8; 1994 SL No. 411 s 5; 1995 SL No. 18 s 56; 1996 SL No. 88 s 3 sch; 1997 SL No. 99 s 19

sub 1998 SL No. 350 s 4

amd 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch; 1999 SL No. 20 s 3

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

51[Repealed]

s 51 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20

sub reg pubd gaz 22 December 1990 pp 2287–95

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 57; 1997 SL No. 99 s 20; 1997 SL No. 440 s 6

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

52[Repealed]

s 52 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 58

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

52A[Repealed]

s 52A ins 1994 SL No. 260 s 4

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 59; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

53[Repealed]

s 53 om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

Part 11 [Repealed]

pt hdg om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

54[Repealed]

s 54 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 60

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

55[Repealed]

s 55 amd reg pubd gaz 22 December 1962 p 1603; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 21 September 1974 p 290; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 16 February 1980 pp 529–30; 11 October 1980 p 711; 16 January 1982 p 134; 11 August 1984 p 2099; 10 May 1986 pp 582–6; 19 July 1986 pp 2185–9; 1 October 1988 pp 566–71; 1993 SL No. 167 s 13; 1994 SL No. 232 s 11; 1995 SL No. 18 s 61; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch; 1997 SL No. 99 s 21

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

56[Repealed]

s 56 om 1994 SL No. 232 s 12

57[Repealed]

s 57 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9

om 1994 SL No. 232 s 12

57A[Repealed]

s 57A ins reg pubd gaz 9 February 1980 p 458

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 62

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 8

58[Repealed]

s 58 amd reg pubd gaz 17 November 1962 p 909; 3 August 1963 p 1338; 17 October 1964 p 547; 26 December 1964 p 1810; 3 July 1965 p 1318

sub reg pubd gaz 10 July 1965 pp 1406–7

amd reg pubd gaz 21 September 1974 p 290; 11 October 1980 p 711; 16 January 1982 p 134; 11 August 1984 p 2099; 19 July 1986 pp 2185–9; 23 April 1988 p 2363 (exp 30 October 1988); 1993 SL No. 167 s 14; 1994 SL No. 232 s 13

om 1994 SL No. 438 s 4 sch 4

Part 12 Regulated parking

pt hdg sub reg pubd gaz 10 July 1965 pp 1406–7

59Facilitation of proof

(1)In any proceedings under or for the purpose of the Act or this regulation the allegation or averment in any complaint—
(a)that at any time or date mentioned in the complaint any place is or is not or was or was not a metered space, parkatarea space, or loading zone, as the case may be, or a part thereof, or is or is not or was or was not within a traffic area; or
(b)that any specified time is or is not or was or was not within the fixed hours in relation to a metered space or spaces, or a parkatarea space or spaces, or is or is not or was or was not within the hours and upon a day during which regulated parking other than metered parking and parkatarea parking is or was operative within a traffic area; or
(c)that any specified period is or was the prescribed maximum period for which a vehicle may be parked in a metered space or in a parkatarea space, or within a traffic area other than in a metered space or parkatarea space; or
(d)that a device installed for a metered space or parkatarea space is a parking meter or parkatarea, as the case may be, duly installed and maintained in relation to, or provided for, that space;
shall be prima facie evidence of the matter or matters so alleged or averred.
(2)This section shall apply to any matter alleged or averred hereunder although evidence in support of such matter or of any other matter is given and shall not lessen or affect any onus of proof otherwise falling on the defendant.

s 59 sub reg pubd gaz 10 July 1965 pp 1406–7

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 14; 2010 SL No. 36 s 4

Part 12A Disability parking

pt hdg ins 2011 SL No. 8 s 5

60Eligibility for disability parking permit

(1)The following are eligible to apply to the chief executive for the grant of a disability parking permit—
(a)an individual who resides in Queensland, if—
(i)the individual is unable to walk and always requires the use of a wheelchair; or
(ii)the individual’s ability to walk is severely restricted by a permanent medical condition or disability; or
(iii)the individual’s ability to walk is severely restricted by a temporary medical condition or disability;
(b)an organisation for a specified vehicle with a GVM of not more than 4.5t, if the organisation transports persons mentioned in paragraph (a) in the vehicle.
(2)For subsection (1) (a) (iii), a temporary medical condition or disability must be of at least 6 months’ duration, as certified by a doctor or occupational therapist.
(3)In this section—
occupational therapist means a person registered under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law to practise, other than as a student, in the occupational therapy profession.

s 60 orig s 60 om reg pubd gaz 10 July 1965 pp 1406–7

prev s 60 ins 1997 SL No. 440 s 7

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 9

pres s 60 ins 2011 SL No. 8 s 5

amd 2011 SL No. 98 s 3; 2012 SL No. 82 s 18

61Application for permit

(1)An application for a disability parking permit must—
(a)be in the approved form; and
(b)be supported by enough information to enable the chief executive to decide the application; and
(c)be accompanied by the appropriate fee.
(2) Subsection (1) (c) does not apply if the application is made by a person mentioned in section 60 (1) (a) (i) or (ii) or an organisation, and the applicant—
(a)holds a disability parking permit and makes the application before the permit expires; or
(b)held a disability parking permit that has expired and makes the application within 3 months after the expiry.
(3)If the chief executive reasonably believes further information or documents are required to make a decision about the application, the chief executive may give a written notice to the applicant requiring the applicant, within a stated period of at least 28 days, to give the chief executive further information or documents relevant to the application.
(4)If the applicant does not comply with a notice given under subsection (3), the chief executive may declare, by further written notice given to the applicant, that the application is taken to be withdrawn on the day stated in the notice.

s 61 orig s 61 om reg pubd gaz 10 July 1965 pp 1406–7

prev s 61 ins 1997 SL No. 440 s 7

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 9

pres s 61 ins 2011 SL No. 8 s 5

amd 2011 SL No. 138 s 3

62Deciding the application

(1)The chief executive must, as soon as practicable, consider the application after receiving all necessary information relevant to the application, and—
(a)grant the application; or
(b)refuse to grant the application.
(2)If the applicant is an individual, the chief executive may grant the application only if the chief executive is satisfied the applicant is a person mentioned in section 60 (1) (a) (i), (ii) or (iii).

Note—

In addition to the standard conditions mentioned in section 65, the permit may be issued subject to conditions—see section 111 (2) of the Act.
(3)If the applicant is an organisation and the application is for a specified vehicle, the chief executive may grant the application only if the chief executive is satisfied the organisation transports persons mentioned in section 60 (1) (a) in the vehicle.

Note—

In addition to the standard conditions mentioned in section 65, the permit may be issued subject to conditions—see section 111 (2) of the Act.
(4)Despite subsection (2) or (3), the chief executive may refuse to grant the application if, within 1 year immediately before the application was made, a disability parking permit held by the applicant was cancelled under chapter 3, part 1A of the Act on any of the following grounds—
(a)the applicant was convicted of an offence against section 126 (1) of the Act;
(b)a breach of the condition mentioned in section 65 (1) (d) or (2) (d).

s 62 prev s 62 om reg pubd gaz 10 July 1965 pp 1406–7

pres s 62 ins 2011 SL No. 8 s 5

amd 2011 SL No. 138 s 4

63Granting of, or refusing to grant, application

(1)If the chief executive decides to grant the application, the chief executive must issue a disability parking permit to the applicant.
(2) Subsection (3) applies if the chief executive decides—
(a)to refuse to grant the application; or
(b)to issue a disability parking permit to the applicant subject to a condition, other than a condition mentioned in section 65.
(3)The chief executive must, as soon as practicable, give the applicant a written notice stating the following—
(a)the decision;
(b)the reasons for the decision;
(c)that the applicant may either—
(i)apply for a review of the decision under section 65 of the Act; or
(ii)apply to QCAT for a review of the decision under section 131 (1AA) of the Act;
(d)that, if the applicant applies for a review of the decision under section 65 of the Act (the first review), the applicant is also able, under section 65A of the Act, to apply to QCAT for a review of the chief executive’s decision on the first review.

s 63 prev s 63 om reg pubd gaz 10 July 1965 pp 1406–7

pres s 63 ins 2011 SL No. 8 s 5

64Duration of permit

(1)For a person mentioned in section 60 (1) (a) (i) or (ii) or an organisation, the disability parking permit is issued for a period of 5 years.
(2)For a person mentioned in section 60 (1) (a) (iii), the disability parking permit is issued for the shorter of—
(a)a period equal to the duration of the medical condition or disability; or
(b)a period of 1 year.

s 64 prev s 64 om reg pubd gaz 10 July 1965 pp 1406–7

pres s 64 ins 2011 SL No. 8 s 5

amd 2011 SL No. 138 s 5

65Standard conditions

(1)A disability parking permit issued to an individual is subject to the following conditions—
(a)a vehicle in which the individual is travelling must not be parked in a parking area for people with disabilities unless the vehicle displays the permit;
(b)at some time while a vehicle in which the individual is travelling is parked in a parking area for people with disabilities, the individual must alight from, or enter, the vehicle;
(c)if a vehicle in which the individual is travelling is parked at a place under the Queensland Road Rules, section 206—at some time while the vehicle is parked at the place, the individual must alight from, or enter, the vehicle;
(d)the individual must not allow the permit to be used by another person for a purpose for which the permit was issued, unless the use is in connection with a vehicle in which the individual is travelling at the time;
(e)the individual may only use the permit for a vehicle with a GVM of not more than 4.5t.
(2)A disability parking permit issued to an organisation for a specified vehicle is subject to the following conditions—
(a)if the vehicle is being used by the organisation to transport persons mentioned in section 60 (1) (a)—it must not be parked in a parking area for people with disabilities unless it displays the permit;
(b)if the vehicle is being used by the organisation to transport persons mentioned in section 60 (1) (a) and is parked in a parking area for people with disabilities—at some time while the vehicle is parked in the parking area, 1 or more of the persons must alight from, or enter, the vehicle;
(c)if the vehicle is being used by the organisation to transport persons mentioned in section 60 (1) (a) and is parked at a place under the Queensland Road Rules, section 206—at some time while the vehicle is parked at the place, 1 or more of the persons must alight from, or enter, the vehicle;
(d)the organisation must not allow the permit to be used by another person for a purpose for which the permit was issued, unless the other person is at the time using the vehicle to transport persons mentioned in section 60 (1) (a).
(3)In this section—
parking area for people with disabilities has the meaning given by the Queensland Road Rules, section 203 (2).

s 65 prev s 65 om reg pubd gaz 10 July 1965 pp 1406–7

pres s 65 ins 2011 SL No. 8 s 5

amd 2011 SL No. 138 s 6

66Review of decisions

(1)Sections 65 and 65A of the Act apply to a permit decision as if a reference to an original decision in section 65 of the Act were a reference to the permit decision.
(2)In this section—
permit decision means a decision of the chief executive—
(a)to refuse to grant an application for a disability parking permit; or
(b)to issue a disability parking permit subject to a condition, other than a condition mentioned in section 65.

s 66 prev s 66 om reg pubd gaz 10 July 1965 pp 1406–7

pres s 66 ins 2011 SL No. 8 s 5

67Return of suspended or cancelled permit

(1)This section applies if the chief executive suspends or cancels a person’s disability parking permit under chapter 3, part 1A of the Act.
(2)The chief executive may give the person a written notice requiring the person to return the permit in a way and within a period that is at least 14 days stated in the notice.
(3)The person must comply with the notice, unless the person has a reasonable excuse.

Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.

(4)The chief executive must return a suspended permit to the person at the end of the suspension period.

s 67 prev s 67 om reg pubd gaz 10 July 1965 pp 1406–7

pres s 67 ins 2011 SL No. 8 s 5

68Replacement permits

(1)This section applies if the holder of a disability parking permit (the original permit) becomes aware, or reasonably suspects, the permit has been damaged, lost or stolen.
(2)The holder must promptly apply to the chief executive for a replacement permit.
(3)The application must be made in the approved form.
(4)If the chief executive is satisfied the original permit has been damaged, lost or stolen, the chief executive must issue a replacement permit to the person.

s 68 prev s 68 amd reg pubd gaz 20 October 1973 pp 944–6; 13 March 1982 pp 987–1003; 2 June 1984 pp 1000–4; 31 October 1987 pp 852–4; 22 December 1990 pp 2287–95; 29 June 1991 pp 1285–1305; 1995 SL No. 18 s 63; 1996 SL No. 88 s 6; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch; 1997 SL No. 99 s 22; 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch; 1999 SL No. 213 s 57

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 10

pres s 68 ins 2011 SL No. 8 s 5

69Damaging permits

A person must not wilfully damage a disability parking permit, unless the person has a reasonable excuse.

Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.

s 69 prev s 69 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 13 March 1982 pp 987–1003; 1994 SL No. 411 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 64; 1996 SL No. 88 s 7; 1996 SL No. 230 s 14

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 10

pres s 69 ins 2011 SL No. 8 s 5

70Change of name, address or postal address

(1)If the holder of a disability parking permit changes any of the following, the holder must notify the chief executive of the change within 14 days of the change—
(a)the holder’s name or address;
(b)if there is a current postal address for the holder—the postal address.

Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.

(2)In this section—
current postal address, for a person, means a postal address—
(a)given by the person to the department for use by the department (whether or not it was given for the purpose of this regulation); and
(b)for which no written or oral notice from the person, requiring the department to discontinue use of the postal address, has been received by the department.

s 70 prev s 70 amd reg pubd gaz 22 December 1962 p 1603; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 65; 1999 SL No. 213 s 58

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 10

pres s 70 ins 2011 SL No. 8 s 5

sub 2014 SL No. 219 s 17

71[Repealed]

s 71 amd reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 66; 1999 SL No. 213 s 59

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 10

72[Repealed]

s 72 amd reg pubd gaz 22 December 1962 p 1603; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9

om 1994 SL No. 232 s 15

73[Repealed]

s 73 sub 1993 SL No. 470 s 6

amd 1994 SL No. 411 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 67

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 10

73A[Repealed]

s 73A ins reg pubd gaz 11 April 1970 p 1400

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 68

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 10

74[Repealed]

s 74 amd reg pubd gaz 22 December 1962 p 1603; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 9 February 1980 p 458; 1995 SL No. 18 s 69; 1996 SL No. 230 s 15

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 10

75[Repealed]

s 75 amd reg pubd gaz 22 December 1962 p 1603; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 6 August 1983 pp 2011–13; 1995 SL No. 18 s 70

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 10

75A[Repealed]

s 75A ins reg pubd gaz 18 January 1964 pp 162–3

amd reg pubd gaz 25 April 1964 p 1633; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 71; 1995 SL No. 18 s 71; 1995 SL No. 401 s 18

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 10

75B[Repealed]

s 75B ins reg pubd gaz 1 October 1988 pp 566–71

amd reg pubd gaz 2 December 1989 pp 2445–7

sub 1992 SL No. 275 s 5

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 72

sub 1996 SL No. 88 s 8

amd 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 10

Part 13 Construction of vehicles, and equipment, loading, use and inspection of vehicles

76Loading more than normal carrying capacity of vehicle

(1)A person must not drive a vehicle on a road if the number of persons in the vehicle is more than the maximum number of persons that the vehicle is—
(a)capable of carrying as stated in the registration certificate, or the application for the registration certificate, for the vehicle; or
(b)licensed, authorised or permitted to carry by or under a law; or
(c)reasonably capable of carrying with safety having regard to the designed carrying capacity of the vehicle.

Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.

(2)A person must not drive a light vehicle on a road if the mass carried by the vehicle is more than the maximum mass that the vehicle is—
(a)capable of carrying as stated in the registration certificate, or the application for the registration certificate, for the vehicle; or
(b)licensed, authorised or permitted to carry by or under a law; or
(c)reasonably capable of carrying with safety having regard to the designed carrying capacity of the vehicle.

Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.

Note—

For a heavy vehicle, see the Heavy Vehicle National Law (Queensland), section 96 (1).
(3)In this section—
light vehicle means a vehicle (including a combination) that is not a heavy vehicle.
registration certificate, for a vehicle, means the registration certificate for the vehicle under the Transport Operations (Road Use Management—Vehicle Registration) Regulation 2010 or an equivalent document under a corresponding law to that regulation.

s 76 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 73; 1999 SL No. 299 s 11; 2010 SL No. 191 s 133 sch 7

sub 2014 SL No. 8 s 22

77Carrying capacity of hire vehicle—Fraser Island

(1)A person must not drive a hire vehicle on Fraser Island if the vehicle—
(a)has more than 8 seats; or
(b)has seats that are not forward or rear facing; or
(c)has an apparatus, other than an approved apparatus, that is attached to the roof or ceiling of the vehicle and may be used for carrying a load inside the vehicle; or
(d)is carrying a load—
(i)on the vehicle’s roof; or
(ii)higher than the maximum internal carry height.

Maximum penalty—40 penalty units.

(2)In this section—
approved apparatus means an apparatus that—
(a)is fixed to both the ceiling and floor of the vehicle; and
(b)is used to separate passengers in the vehicle from a load being carried in the vehicle.
hire vehicle means a vehicle hired under a hiring agreement.
hiring agreement does not include a hire-purchase agreement.

Example—

If a person acquires a vehicle under a hire-purchase agreement and the person hires the vehicle to someone else under a hiring agreement, the vehicle is a hire vehicle while under the hiring agreement.
load means any thing other than a roof rack.

Examples—

surfboard, backpack, camping equipment, mounted spare tyre, cargo pod, jerry can
maximum internal carry height means a height that is equal to the height of a line in the interior of the vehicle running—
(a)from the front windscreen to the rear windscreen; and
(b)level with the top of the door frames.
roof rack includes a cross bar and roof rail but does not include a tray, basket or similar item.

s 77 prev s 77 amd reg pubd gaz 11 February 1967 p 527; 1 October 1988 pp 566–71; 1995 SL No. 18 s 74

om 1995 SL No. 401 s 19

pres s 77 ins 2010 SL No. 36 s 5

amd 2010 SL No. 36 s 6 (amd 2011 SL No. 8 s 11)

78[Repealed]

s 78 amd reg pubd gaz 19 July 1986 pp 2185–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 75

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 12

79[Repealed]

s 79 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 76

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 12

80[Repealed]

s 80 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 77

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 12

81[Repealed]

s 81 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 78; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 60

82[Repealed]

s 82 amd reg pubd gaz 1 October 1988 pp 566–71; 1995 SL No. 18 s 79; 1999 SL No. 213 s 61

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 12

83[Repealed]

s 83 amd 1994 SL No. 411 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 80

sub 1999 SL No. 213 s 62

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 12

84[Repealed]

s 84 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 81; 1998 SL No. 134 s 3

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 12

84A[Repealed]

s 84A ins 1998 SL No. 134 s 4

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 12

85[Repealed]

s 85 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 82

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 12

86[Repealed]

s 86 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 83

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 12

87[Repealed]

s 87 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 84

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 12

87A[Repealed]

s 87A ins reg pubd gaz 1 September 1984 pp 75–6

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 85; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 63

88[Repealed]

s 88 amd reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6; 1995 SL No. 18 s 86

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 63

88A[Repealed]

s 88A ins reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

amd reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 5 August 1978 pp 1595–604; 11 December 1982 p 1734; 1993 SL No. 470 s 7; 1995 SL No. 18 s 87; 1997 SL No. 99 s 23

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 63

89[Repealed]

s 89 amd reg pubd gaz 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 88

sub 1996 SL No. 88 s 9

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 12

89A[Repealed]

s 89A ins 1996 SL No. 88 s 9

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 12

90[Repealed]

s 90 sub 1992 SL No. 400 s 4

amd 1994 SL No. 411 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 89; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 12

90A[Repealed]

s 90A ins reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

amd reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7; 5 August 1978 pp 1595–604; 6 August 1983 pp 2011–13

sub reg pubd gaz 29 June 1991 pp 1285–305

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 90; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 12

90B[Repealed]

s 90B ins reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1477–8

amd reg pubd gaz 20 October 1973 pp 944–6; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 24 September 1983 p 388; 19 July 1986 pp 2185–9; 1994 SL No. 232 ss 16, 3 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 91; 1996 SL No. 88 s 10; 1999 SL No. 213 s 64

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 12

90C[Repealed]

s 90C ins reg pubd gaz 5 August 1978 pp 1595–604

sub reg pubd gaz 29 June 1991 pp 1285–305

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 8; 1995 SL No. 18 s 92; 1996 SL No. 88 s 11; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 12

90D[Repealed]

s 90D ins reg pubd gaz 3 November 1979 pp 964–5

amd reg pubd gaz 20 April 1985 p 2244; 19 July 1986 pp 2185–9

om reg pubd gaz 29 June 1991 pp 1285–305

91[Repealed]

s 91 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 93; 1999 SL No. 213 s 65

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 12

92AA[Repealed]

s 92AA ins 1994 SL No. 275 s 9

amd 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 12

92A[Repealed]

s 92A ins reg pubd gaz 23 November 1968 p 1107

amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 94

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 12

92B[Repealed]

s 92B ins reg pubd gaz 15 November 1969 p 1175

amd reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1477–8; 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 12

92C[Repealed]

s 92C ins reg pubd gaz 15 November 1969 p 1175

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 95

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 12

Part 14 [Repealed]

pt hdg om 1999 SL No. 299 s 13

93[Repealed]

s 93 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 10 May 1986 pp 582–6; 1 October 1988 pp 566–71; 1994 SL No. 411 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 96

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 13

94[Repealed]

s 94 amd reg pubd gaz 1 October 1988 pp 566–71; 1994 SL No. 411 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 97

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 13

95[Repealed]

s 95 amd reg pubd gaz 22 December 1962 p 1603

om reg pubd gaz 13 April 1963 p 1620

96[Repealed]

s 96 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 98; 1997 SL No. 440 s 8

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 13

97[Repealed]

s 97 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 99

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 13

98[Repealed]

s 98 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 100; 1997 SL No. 440 s 9

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 13

99[Repealed]

s 99 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 101; 1997 SL No. 440 s 10

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 13

Part 15 [Repealed]

pt hdg om 1994 SL No. 232 s 18

100[Repealed]

s 100 om 1994 SL No. 232 s 18

101[Repealed]

s 101 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20

om 1994 SL No. 232 s 18

Part 16 Licences

pt hdg sub 1994 SL No. 232 s 19

102Application of pt 16

This part does not apply to a disability parking permit.

Note—

See part 12A for disability parking permits.

s 102 orig s 102 om 1994 SL No. 232 s 18

prev s 102 ins 1994 SL No. 275 s 10

amd 1996 SL No. 88 s 12

(5)–(7) exp 22 January 1996 (see s 102 (7))

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 14

pres s 102 ins 2011 SL No. 8 s 6

103Licences—applications

(1)A person may apply to a superintendent in the approved form for the grant of a licence.
(2)The superintendent, by written notice, may request the applicant to give further information or documents relevant to the application.
(3)The superintendent may refuse to consider the application if the applicant does not comply with the request without reasonable excuse.

s 103 amd reg pubd gaz 22 December 1990 pp 2287–95

sub 1994 SL No. 232 s 20

104[Repealed]

s 104 sub 1994 SL No. 139 s 5

amd 1995 SL No. 368 s 3 sch; 1996 SL No. 88 s 13

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 15

104ALicences—decision on application

(1)The superintendent must consider an application for a licence and either—
(a)grant the licence; or
(b)refuse to grant the licence.
(2)If the superintendent decides to grant the licence, the superintendent must promptly give the applicant—
(a)the licence; and
(b)if the licence is subject to a condition—a written notice stating that the applicant may contest the decision to impose the condition by—
(i)applying under section 134C for reconsideration of the decision; or
(ii)applying for a review of the decision under section 131 (1AA) of the Act.
(3)If the superintendent decides to refuse to grant the licence, the superintendent must promptly give the applicant a written notice stating—
(a)the decision; and
(b)the reasons for the decision; and
(c)that the applicant may contest the refusal by—
(i)applying under section 134C for reconsideration of the decision; or
(ii)applying for a review of the decision under section 131 (1AA) of the Act.

s 104A ins 1994 SL No. 232 s 21

amd 1996 SL No. 88 s 14; 1999 SL No. 299 s 16; 2009 Act No. 24 s 1712

105[Repealed]

s 105 amd reg pubd gaz 6 August 1983 pp 2011–13; 29 June 1991 pp 1285–1305; 1995 SL No. 368 s 4

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 17

106[Repealed]

s 106 amd reg pubd gaz 20 December 1969 pp 1775–6; 22 December 1990 pp 2287–95; 29 June 1991 pp 1285–1305; 1992 SL No. 335 s 4; 1994 SL No. 139 s 6; 1994 SL No. 232 s 3 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 102; 1995 SL No. 368 s 3 sch; 1996 SL No. 88 s 15

(8) exp 8 April 1997 (see s 106 (9))

amd 1997 SL No. 99 s 24

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 17

106A[Repealed]

s 106A ins 1995 SL No. 368 s 5

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 17

107[Repealed]

s 107 amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 22; 1995 SL No. 368 s 3 sch; 1996 SL No. 88 s 16

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 17

107ATerm of licence

(1)A permit mentioned in section 126 or 126B is for the term, of not longer than 1 year, stated in the permit.
(2)A licence may only be renewed before it expires.
(3)The term of a licence includes any period when it is not in force under section 135.

s 107A ins reg pubd gaz 14 February 1976 p 563

prev s 107A amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch

om 1994 SL No. 232 s 23

pres s 107A ins 1994 SL No. 275 s 11

sub 1996 SL No. 88 s 17

amd 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch; 1999 SL No. 299 s 18; 2011 SL No. 138 s 7

107B[Repealed]

s 107B ins reg pubd gaz 6 August 1983 pp 2011–13

amd reg pubd gaz 10 December 1988 p 1716; 29 June 1991 pp 1285–1305; 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch

om 1994 SL No. 232 s 23

108[Repealed]

s 108 amd reg pubd gaz 14 February 1976 p 563; 5 June 1976 p 833

sub reg pubd gaz 22 December 1990 pp 2287–95; 1992 SL No. 335 s 5

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 19

108AA[Repealed]

s 108AA ins 1992 SL No. 335 s 5

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 19

108A[Repealed]

s 108A ins reg pubd gaz 20 December 1969 pp 1775–6

amd reg pubd gaz 3 August 1974 pp 1947–8; 13 March 1982 pp 987–1003; 1 October 1988 pp 566–71; 22 December 1990 pp 2287–95; 29 June 1991 pp 1285–1305; 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1994 SL No. 232 s 3 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 103; 1995 SL No. 368 s 3 sch; 1997 SL No. 99 s 25

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 19

108B[Repealed]

s 108B ins reg pubd gaz 20 December 1969 pp 1775–6

amd reg pubd gaz 20 October 1973 pp 944–6; 3 August 1974 pp 1947–8

om reg pubd gaz 3 July 1976 p 1354

ins reg pubd gaz 29 June 1991 pp 1285–305

amd 1992 SL No. 281 s 3; 1992 SL No. 400 s 5

sub 1994 SL No. 232 s 24

amd 1994 SL No. 411 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 88 s 18; 1997 SL No. 99 s 26

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 19

108BA[Repealed]

s 108BA ins 1994 SL No. 232 s 24

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 19

108BB[Repealed]

s 108BB ins 1994 SL No. 232 s 24

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 19

108BC[Repealed]

s 108BC ins 1994 SL No. 232 s 24

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 19

108C[Repealed]

s 108C ins reg pubd gaz 20 December 1969 pp 1775–6

amd reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

sub reg pubd gaz 13 March 1982 pp 987–1003

amd reg pubd gaz 10 December 1988 p 1716

sub reg pubd gaz 29 June 1991 pp 1285–305

amd 1992 SL No. 116 s 5; 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1994 SL No. 139 s 7

sub 1994 SL No. 232 s 24

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 19

108CA[Repealed]

s 108CA ins 1994 SL No. 232 s 24

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 19

108D[Repealed]

s 108D ins reg pubd gaz 20 December 1969 pp 1775–6

sub reg pubd gaz 4 September 1971 p 52; 13 March 1982 pp 987–1003

amd reg pubd gaz 10 December 1988 p 1716

sub reg pubd gaz 29 June 1991 pp 1285–305

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 25; 1995 SL No. 18 s 104

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 19

108E[Repealed]

s 108E ins reg pubd gaz 23 February 1985 p 967

sub reg pubd gaz 1 February 1986 p 409

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch

sub 1994 SL No. 232 s 26

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 19

108F[Repealed]

s 108F ins reg pubd gaz 14 July 1990 pp 1656–7

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch

sub 1994 SL No. 232 s 26

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 19

108G[Repealed]

s 108G ins 1991 SL No. 198 s 3

om 1994 SL No. 232 s 26

109[Repealed]

s 109 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 14 February 1976 p 563; 13 March 1982 pp 987–1003; 11 December 1982 p 1734; 6 August 1983 pp 2011–13; 1 September 1984 pp 75–6; 1 October 1988 pp 566–71; 22 December 1990 pp 2287–95; 1992 SL No. 335 s 6; 1994 SL No. 232 s 3 sch; 1994 SL No. 411 s 6; 1995 SL No. 18 s 105; 1995 SL No. 368 s 6; 1996 SL No. 88 s 19

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 19

110[Repealed]

s 110 amd reg pubd gaz 21 September 1968 p 209; 20 December 1969 pp 1775–6; 3 August 1974 pp 1947–8; 9 February 1980 p 458; 1 October 1988 pp 566–71; 22 December 1990 pp 2287–95; 1994 SL No. 232 s 27; 1995 SL No. 18 s 106

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 19

110A[Repealed]

s 110A ins reg pubd gaz 9 February 1980 p 458; 29 June 1991 pp 1285–1305

sub 1995 SL No. 18 s 107

amd 1996 SL No. 88 s 20

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 19

111[Repealed]

s 111 amd reg pubd gaz 20 December 1969 pp 1775–6; 3 August 1974 pp 1947–8; 1995 SL No. 18 s 108; 1995 SL No. 368 s 3 sch

om 1996 SL No. 88 s 21

112[Repealed]

s 112 om 1994 SL No. 139 s 8

113[Repealed]

s 113 om reg pubd gaz 13 April 1963 p 1620

114[Repealed]

s 114 om reg pubd gaz 13 April 1963 p 1620

115[Repealed]

s 115 amd reg pubd gaz 22 December 1990 pp 2287–95; 1994 SL No. 139 s 9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 109

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 19

116Conditions of licences

(1)A superintendent may grant a licence with conditions stated on the licence.
(2)The licensee must comply with the conditions of the licence while acting under the authority of the licence.

Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.

s 116 amd reg pubd gaz 29 June 1991 pp 1285–305

sub 1994 SL No. 139 s 10

amd 1997 SL No. 99 s 27; 1999 SL No. 299 s 20

116A[Repealed]

s 116A ins 1996 SL No. 88 s 22

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 21

117Amendment of conditions

(1)In this section—
amendment of conditions on a licence includes the imposition of conditions on a licence that was unconditional before amendment.
(2)If a superintendent considers the conditions on a licence should be amended, the superintendent must give the licensee a written notice (the show cause notice) that—
(a)states the way the conditions are proposed to be amended; and
(b)states the reasons for the amendment; and
(c)outlines the facts and circumstances forming the basis for the reasons; and
(d)invites the licensee to show cause, within a specified time, why the conditions should not be amended.
(3)The time specified in subsection (2) (d) must be at least 28 days.
(4)The superintendent may, before or after the end of the specified time, extend the time within which the licensee must show cause.
(5)The superintendent may amend the conditions if, after considering any representations made within the time specified or allowed, the superintendent still believes the conditions should be amended—
(a)in the way mentioned in the show cause notice; or
(b)in another way, having regard to the representations.
(6)If the superintendent decides to amend the conditions, the superintendent must give the licensee a written notice stating—
(a)the way in which the conditions have been amended; and
(b)that the licensee may contest the decision by—
(i)applying under section 134C for reconsideration of the decision; or
(ii)applying for a review of the decision under section 131 (1AA) of the Act.
(7) Subsections (2) to (6) do not apply if the conditions of a licence are to be amended only—
(a)by omitting a condition; or
(b)for a formal or clerical reason; or
(c)in another way that does not adversely affect the licensee’s interests.
(8)The superintendent may make an amendment of a type mentioned in subsection (7) by written notice given to the licensee.
(9)An amendment takes effect on the later of the following—
(a)the day the notice is given to the licensee;
(b)the day specified in the notice.

s 117 sub reg pubd gaz 22 December 1990 pp 2287–95; 1994 SL No. 139 s 11

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 28; 1999 SL No. 299 s 22; 2009 Act No. 24 s 1712

117AA Return of licence for alteration

(1)A superintendent may, by written notice, require the licensee to return the licence (in a way, and within a time, specified) to enable the conditions stated on the licence to be amended.
(2)The time specified must be at least 14 days.
(3)A licensee must comply with a notice under subsection (1), unless the person has a reasonable excuse not to comply with it.

Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.

(4)The licence conditions as amended under section 117 take effect from the appropriate day under section 117 (9), even if the licensee does not return the licence for alteration.

s 117AA ins 1994 SL No. 139 s 11

117A[Repealed]

s 117A ins reg pubd gaz 28 August 1982 p 2871

amd reg pubd gaz 29 June 1991 pp 1285–305; 1994 SL No. 232 s 3 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 110

om 1995 SL No. 368 s 3 sch

118[Repealed]

s 118 orig s 118 om 1994 SL No. 232 s 29

prev s 118 ins 1994 SL No. 299 s 4

amd 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch; 1999 SL No. 299 s 23

om 2011 SL No. 8 s 7

119[Repealed]

s 119 om 1994 SL No. 232 s 29

120[Repealed]

s 120 om 1994 SL No. 232 s 29

121[Repealed]

s 121 om 1994 SL No. 232 s 29

122[Repealed]

s 122 amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 3 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 111

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 24

123[Repealed]

s 123 amd reg pubd gaz 6 November 1967 p 903

om 1993 SL No. 16 s 3

124[Repealed]

s 124 amd reg pubd gaz 6 November 1967 p 903; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9

om 1993 SL No. 16 s 3

125Funeral processions

(1)The superintendent may at any time direct the diversion of funeral processions from any road.
(1A)Notice of intention to direct such diversion shall, if practicable, be published in 1 or more newspapers circulating within the locality to which such directions shall apply.
(2)A person shall not drive any hearse, mourning coach, carriage or other vehicle used for any purpose in connection with any funeral procession, upon any road in contravention of a direction given by the superintendent under subsection (1).

Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.

(3)The driver of any vehicle upon any road shall not knowingly drive or attempt to drive such vehicle into or through or otherwise interfere with or interrupt the progress of any funeral procession.

Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.

s 125 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 112

126Advertising, placards, handbills etc.

(1)A person shall not—
(a)upon any road for the purpose of business advertising—
(i)carry any advertisement, placard, board, notice or sign;
(ii)throw or distribute any handbill or other printed or written matter; or
(b)in respect of a vehicle on which or alongside of which an advertisement is being displayed—drive, or permit to be driven, that vehicle on a road or cause or permit that vehicle to stop on a road in such circumstances that the primary purpose for which the vehicle is being driven or stopped at the material time is business advertising;
unless the person is the holder of a permit issued by the chief executive or commissioner authorising the person so to do and unless the person complies in every respect with the terms and conditions of such permit.

Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.

(2)Without limiting the liability of any other person where an offence is committed in relation of a breach of subsection (1) (b), the person who at the time of the commission of the breach was the owner of the vehicle shall be deemed to have committed that offence and may be proceeded against and shall be punishable accordingly.
(3)In this section—
business advertising includes advertising for a single event, financial venture, fete, stall or sale.

s 126 amd reg pubd gaz 6 November 1967 p 903

sub reg pubd gaz 22 October 1983 p 742

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 113; 1996 SL No. 88 s 3 sch; 1999 SL No. 299 s 25; 2011 SL No. 138 s 8

126A[Repealed]

s 126A ins reg pubd gaz 6 November 1967 p 903

om 1993 SL No. 16 s 4

126BCarrying signs on roads

A person shall not upon any road for any purpose other than business advertising carry any placard, board, notice or sign—
(a)of a size exceeding 610mm in width and 610mm in length; or
(b)which is constructed, framed or supported by any rigid material other than cardboard;
unless the person is the holder of a permit issued by the chief executive or commissioner authorising the person so to do and unless the person complies in every respect with the terms and conditions of such permit.

Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.

s 126B ins reg pubd gaz 6 November 1967 p 903

amd reg pubd gaz 17 May 1969 p 309; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 26 May 1979 p 706; 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1994 SL No. 232 s 3 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 114; 1996 SL No. 88 s 3 sch

127[Repealed]

s 127 amd reg pubd gaz 18 September 1977 p 239

om 1994 SL No. 139 s 12

128[Repealed]

s 128 amd reg pubd gaz 22 December 1990 pp 2287–95

om 1996 SL No. 88 s 3 sch

129[Repealed]

s 129 om reg pubd gaz 3 February 1968 p 556

130Destruction or mutilation of licence

A person shall not wilfully deface, mutilate or destroy a licence.

Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.

s 130 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 115

131Licence lost, stolen etc.

(1)Whenever a licence is lost, stolen, destroyed, mutilated, defaced, or mislaid, or can not be found, or whenever the particulars upon a licence other than a driver’s licence become illegible, the licensee shall forthwith forward written notification thereof to the superintendent.

Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.

(2)A licensee whose licence is lost, stolen, destroyed, mislaid, defaced, or mutilated, or can not be found, or upon which the particulars have become illegible may apply in writing to the superintendent for the issue of a duplicate licence and the superintendent may upon proof of the facts to his or her satisfaction by a statutory declaration or otherwise and, upon payment of the prescribed fee cause to be issued in lieu of such licence a duplicate licence which, upon issue, shall become for all the purposes of the Act and this regulation the licence of the person named therein.
(3)A duplicate licence shall be in accordance with the form prescribed for a new licence and indicate that it is a duplicate licence.
(3A)Upon the issue of a duplicate licence the previous licence as aforesaid shall become null and void and the duplicate licence shall be valid for all purposes and uses for which the original licence would have been valid.

s 131 amd reg pubd gaz 14 February 1976 p 563; 29 June 1991 pp 1285–1305; 1994 SL No. 275 s 12; 1995 SL No. 18 s 116; 1999 SL No. 299 s 26

132Delivery of expired licence

When any licence has expired or has become null and void any police officer may seize and take possession thereof.

133Voluntary surrender or cancellation of licence

(1)A licensee may by written notification addressed and delivered to the superintendent, surrender any licence, or request the cancellation of such licence.
(2)Such licence shall, if in the possession of such licensee, be forwarded to the superintendent with such written notification.

134Grounds for suspension or cancellation

(1)Each of the following is a ground for the suspension or cancellation of a licence—
(a)the licence was obtained on the basis of incorrect or misleading information;
(b)the licensee has contravened a condition of the licence;
(c)the licensee is not, or is no longer, an appropriate person to hold the licence.
(2)The question whether a person is, or continues to be, an appropriate person is decided in the same way as the question whether the person would be an appropriate person for the grant of the licence.

s 134 amd reg pubd gaz 2 March 1968 p 903; 29 June 1991 pp 1285–1305

sub 1994 SL No. 139 s 13

amd 1995 SL No. 368 s 3 sch; 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch; 1999 SL No. 299 s 27; 2011 SL No. 138 s 9

134AProcedure for suspension or cancellation

(1)If a superintendent considers that reasonable grounds exist to suspend or cancel a licence (the action), the superintendent must give the licensee a written notice (the show cause notice) that—
(a)states the action proposed; and
(b)states the grounds for proposing to take the action; and
(c)outlines the facts and circumstances forming the basis for the grounds; and
(d)if the superintendent proposes to suspend the licence—states the proposed suspension period; and
(e)invites the licensee to show cause, within a specified time, why the action should not be taken.

Examples for paragraph (a)—

The superintendent may propose—
(a)suspending a licensee’s licence for a period shorter than the remaining term of the licence; or
(b)cancelling a licensee’s licence and prohibiting the licensee from applying for another licence for a period equal to, or longer than, the remaining term of the cancelled licence; or
(c)cancelling a licensee’s licence but allowing the licensee to apply immediately for another specified type of licence.
(2)The time specified in subsection (1) (e) must be at least 28 days.
(3)The superintendent may, before or after the end of the specified time, extend the time within which the licensee may show cause.
(4)The licensee may show cause by personal or written representations.
(5)If, after considering any representations made within the time specified or allowed, the superintendent still believes that grounds to take the action exist, the superintendent may—
(a)if the show cause notice was a notice of intention to suspend the licence for a specified period—suspend the licence for a period not longer than the specified period; or
(b)if the show cause notice was a notice of intention to cancel the licence—
(i)cancel the licence; or
(ii)suspend the licence for a period.
(6)The superintendent must inform the licensee of the decision by written notice.
(7)If the superintendent decides to suspend or cancel the licence, the notice must state—
(a)the reasons for the decision; and
(b)that the licensee may contest the decision by—
(i)applying under section 134C for reconsideration of the decision; or
(ii)applying for a review of the decision under section 131 (1AA) of the Act.
(8)Except for a ground mentioned in section 134 (1) (a), the decision takes effect on the later of the following—
(a)the day the notice is given to the licensee;
(b)the day specified in the notice.

Note—

Section 53 (2) of the Act applies for a ground mentioned in section 134 (1) (a).

s 134A ins reg pubd gaz 22 July 1967 p 1351

sub reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7; 29 June 1991 pp 1285–1305; 1994 SL No. 139 s 13

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 30; 1999 SL No. 299 s 28; 2009 Act No. 24 s 1712; 2010 SL No. 36 s 7; 2011 SL No. 138 s 10

134BReturn of suspended or cancelled licence

(1)Having suspended or cancelled a person’s licence, the superintendent may give the person a written notice requiring the person to return the licence in a way, and within a time, specified.
(2)The time specified must be at least 14 days.
(3)The person must comply with the notice, unless the person has a reasonable excuse not to comply with it.

Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.

(4)The superintendent must return a suspended licence to the licensee at the end of the suspension period.

s 134B ins 1994 SL No. 139 s 13

134CReconsideration of decision by chief executive or commissioner

(1)An applicant for a licence may apply in the approved form for the chief executive or commissioner to reconsider the superintendent’s decision to refuse to grant the licence.
(2)A licensee may apply in the approved form for the chief executive or commissioner to reconsider the superintendent’s decision—
(a)to refuse to renew a licence; or
(b)to impose a condition on a licence; or
(c)to amend a condition on a licence; or
(d)to suspend or cancel a licence under section 134A.
(3)The application must be made within 28 days after—
(a)the day the notice is given to the applicant; or
(b)if the applicant is given oral notice of the decision and asks for written notice—the day the written notice is given to the applicant.
(4)The applicant or licensee may offer further information in support of the application.
(5)After reconsideration, the chief executive or commissioner may—
(a)confirm the decision; or
(b)set aside the decision and substitute another decision.
(6)The chief executive or commissioner must promptly give the applicant or licensee written notice of the decision.
(7)The notice must state that, if the applicant or licensee is dissatisfied with the decision, the applicant or licensee may apply for a review of the decision under section 131 (1AA) of the Act.

s 134C ins 1994 SL No. 139 s 13

amd 1994 SL No. 411 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 88 s 23; 1999 SL No. 299 s 29; 2009 Act No. 24 s 1713

135Effect of cancellation or suspension of licence

Unless otherwise provided under the Act—
(a)cancellation or suspension takes effect on the appropriate day under section 134A (8); and
(b)a licence shall cease to have any force or effect—
(i)in the case of cancellation—from the time that cancellation thereof takes effect;
(ii)in the case of suspension—from the time that suspension thereof takes effect for so long as such suspension remains in force;
(iii)in respect of a written notification specified in section 133—from the time of receipt of that notification by the superintendent.

s 135 amd reg pubd gaz 22 December 1990 pp 2287–95; 29 June 1991 pp 1285–1305; 1994 SL No. 139 s 14; 1999 SL No. 299 s 30; 2010 SL No. 36 s 8; 2011 SL No. 138 s 11

136Seizure of licences

If any police officer suspects that an offence has been committed in respect of any licence produced to the police officer or that such licence is required for the purpose of having an endorsement made thereon such police officer may seize and retain such licence until—
(a)any investigation involving such licence has been completed; or
(b)any required endorsement has been made on such licence; or
(c)such licence has been produced in any proceedings in which its production may be required.

s 136 amd 1994 SL No. 139 s 15

137[Repealed]

s 137 sub reg pubd gaz 29 June 1991 pp 1285–305

amd 1994 SL No. 139 s 16; 1994 SL No. 232 s 3 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 117; 1995 SL No. 368 s 7 (as sub 1996 SL No. 40 s 4); 1996 SL No. 88 s 3 sch; 1997 SL No. 99 s 28

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 31

138Change of name or address

(1)Every licensee shall within 28 days after change of the licensee’s name or address give written notice thereof to the superintendent and shall produce the licensee’s licence to the superintendent who shall, on being satisfied with the correctness of the information supplied by the licensee concerning such change of name or address endorse upon such licence each of the following—
(a)the licensee’s correct name or address;
(b)the date upon which such endorsement is made;
(c)the name of the city or other locality where such endorsement is made.

Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.

(2)Every endorsement made upon a licence pursuant to subsection (1) shall carry the usual signature and designation of the superintendent making such endorsement.

s 138 amd reg pubd gaz 22 December 1990 pp 2287–95; 1994 SL No. 275 s 13; 1995 SL No. 18 s 118; 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch; 1999 SL No. 299 s 32; 2010 SL No. 36 s 9

139Licensee to attend when notified

The superintendent may by notice in writing call upon any licensee to attend at the office of such superintendent and such licensee shall at all reasonable times upon receiving such notice in all respects comply with the terms of the notice.

Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.

s 139 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 119

Part 17 [Repealed]

pt hdg sub reg pubd gaz 7 August 1965 pp 1825–6

om 1994 SL No. 438 s 4 sch 4

140[Repealed]

s 140 amd reg pubd gaz 10 July 1965 pp 1406–7

sub reg pubd gaz 7 August 1965 pp 1825–6

amd reg pubd gaz 20 December 1969 pp 1775–6; 19 December 1970 p 1557; 27 November 1971 pp 1477–8; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 21 September 1974 p 290; 21 December 1974 pp 1595–6; 24 May 1975 p 660; 3 July 1976 p 1354; 5 August 1978 pp 1595–604; 11 October 1980 p 711; 1 November 1980 p 1046; 20 December 1980 p 1613

sub reg pubd gaz 22 August 1981 p 2647

amd reg pubd gaz 16 January 1982 p 134; 11 December 1982 p 1734; 6 August 1983 pp 2011–13; 5 May 1984 p 174; 11 August 1984 p 2099; 1 September 1984 pp 75–6

sub reg pubd gaz 22 September 1984 pp 410–13

amd reg pubd gaz 13 July 1985 pp 1816–17; 24 August 1985 p 2482; 1 February 1986 pp 406–8; 10 May 1986 pp 582–6; 19 July 1986 pp 2185–9; 20 December 1986 p 2423; 21 November 1987 pp 1134–6; 1 October 1988 pp 566–71; 22 December 1990 pp 2287–95; 20 April 1991 pp 2567–9; 29 June 1991 pp 1285–1305; 1992 SL No. 400 s 6; 1993 SL No. 167 s 15; 1993 SL No. 470 s 10; 1994 SL No. 139 s 17; 1994 SL No. 232 s 31; 1994 SL No. 411 s 2 sch

om 1994 SL No. 438 s 4 sch 4

141[Repealed]

s 141 amd reg pubd gaz 22 December 1962 p 1603; 10 July 1965 pp 1406–7

sub reg pubd gaz 7 August 1965 pp 1825–6

om 1994 SL No. 438 s 4 sch 4

142[Repealed]

s 142 sub reg pubd gaz 7 August 1965 pp 1825–6

amd reg pubd gaz 26 May 1979 p 705; 18 August 1979 p 2059; 29 June 1991 pp 1285–1305; 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1994 SL No. 232 s 3 sch

om 1994 SL No. 438 s 4 sch 4

Part 17A Offences dealt with under s 81 of the Act

pt hdg ins 1991 SL No. 198 s 4

amd 1999 SL No. 299 s 33

142APrescribed penalties etc. for offences dealt with under s 81 of the Act

(1)For the purposes of section 81 of the Act—
(a)table 1 sets out the prescribed penalty; and
(b)table 2 sets out the prescribed period of disqualification from holding or obtaining a driver’s licence;
for an offence to which section 81 applies.
(2)In table 1 and table 2, the concentration of alcohol in a person’s blood is expressed in terms of the number of milligrams of alcohol per 100mL of the person’s blood.
Table 1—Penalties

Concentration of alcohol in a person’s blood

Penalty

$

less than 70

100

70 but less than 90

250

90 but less than 100

400

Table 2—Disqualification periods

Concentration of alcohol in a person’s blood

Disqualification period (months) for an offence under—

 

s 79 (2)

of the Act

s 79 (2A)

of the Act

s 79 (2B)

of the Act

less than 50

3

1

50 but less than 70

1

3

1

70 but less than 90

2

3

2

90 but less than 100

3

3

3

s 142A ins 1991 SL No. 198 s 4

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 32; 1998 SL No. 134 s 5; 1999 SL No. 299 s 34

142BPrescribed circumstances for withdrawal of a notice

For the purposes of section 81 (12) of the Act, the prescribed circumstances in which the commissioner may withdraw a notice served on a person are that—
(a)a detail entered on the notice by a police officer is incorrect in a material particular; or
(b)at or about the time of the commission of the alleged offence to which the notice relates, the person has committed an indictable offence in relation to the use of the motor vehicle involved in the commission of the alleged offence.

s 142B ins 1991 SL No. 198 s 4

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 120; 1999 SL No. 299 s 35

143[Repealed]

s 143 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 121

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 36

144[Repealed]

s 144 amd reg pubd gaz 26 May 1979 p 706; 1995 SL No. 18 s 122; 1996 SL No. 230 s 16

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 36

144A[Repealed]

s 144A ins reg pubd gaz 6 August 1983 pp 2011–13

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 123

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 36

144B[Repealed]

s 144B ins reg pubd gaz 24 August 1985 p 2482

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 124

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 17

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 36

SCHEDULE TO SECTION 144B

ins reg pubd gaz 24 August 1985 p 2482

om 1996 SL No. 230 s 17

145[Repealed]

s 145 om 1994 SL No. 232 s 3 sch

146[Repealed]

s 146 amd reg pubd gaz 5 August 1978 pp 1595–604; 1995 SL No. 18 s 125

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 36

147[Repealed]

s 147 amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 3 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 126; 1997 SL No. 440 s 11; 1999 SL No. 299 s 37

om 2004 SL No. 300 s 4

148[Repealed]

s 148 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 127

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 38

Part 18 Miscellaneous

149Interference or damage to roads

A person shall not, without lawful authority, dig up, undermine or otherwise interfere with any road or use upon any road anything which may or would be likely to cause danger, obstruction, inconvenience, annoyance or injury to any person or animal upon such road.

Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.

s 149 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 128

149APainting or construction on roads (other than road-related areas) prohibited

A person shall not, without lawful authority—
(a)make or paint any notice, sign, or mark on the surface of a road (other than a road-related area); or
(b)construct, erect, or place any placard, board, notice, or sign in or on a road (other than a road-related area).

Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.

s 149A ins reg pubd gaz 13 March 1982 pp 987–1003

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 129; 1999 SL No. 299 s 39

150[Repealed]

s 150 sub 1995 SL No. 18 s 130

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 40

151Goods and other obstructions upon road

(1)A person shall not—
(a)stack or store any goods or permit any goods to remain upon any road for a longer period than is necessary for housing or removing such goods and not in any case before sunrise or after sunset on any day; or
(b)place or cause to be placed any rope, wire, or other apparatus across a road in such a manner as to cause or be likely to cause danger to any person using such road; or
(c)place or cause to be placed upon any road anything whatsoever to the obstruction or danger of any person or of traffic.
(2)A person shall not upon any road—
(a)sell or offer for sale or solicit in any manner the purchase of any goods so as to cause obstruction to any person or to traffic upon such road; or
(b)play or take part in any game; or
(c)carry any article or substance of an offensive or indecent character or of such length or dimensions as to be an inconvenience, obstruction or danger to any person or to traffic upon such road; or
(d)carry a whip or other object or article in such a manner as to be likely to strike any person; or
(e)crack or use a whip so as to annoy, interfere with or endanger any person, or so as to frighten or interfere with any animal other than any animal which the person is using; or
(f)discharge any firearm or throw or discharge any stone or other missile or make any bonfire or throw or set fire to any firework.

Maximum penalty—20 penalty units.

s 151 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 131; 2010 SL No. 36 s 10

152[Repealed]

s 152 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 132

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 41

153[Repealed]

s 153 sub 1995 SL No. 18 s 133

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 41

154[Repealed]

s 154 amd reg pubd gaz 5 August 1978 pp 1595–604; 1995 SL No. 18 s 134

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 41

155[Repealed]

s 155 om 1995 SL No. 18 s 135

156[Repealed]

s 156 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 136; 1995 SL No. 18 s 136; 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 41

157[Repealed]

s 157 sub reg pubd gaz 13 April 1963 p 1620

amd 1994 SL No. 411 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 137

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 41

158[Repealed]

s 158 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 138

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 41

159[Repealed]

s 159 amd reg pubd gaz 6 August 1983 pp 2011–13; 31 October 1987 pp 852–4; 1992 SL No. 400 s 7; 1994 SL No. 411 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 139; 1997 SL No. 99 s 29

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 41

159A[Repealed]

s 159A ins reg pubd gaz 10 May 1986 pp 582–6

amd 1994 SL No. 411 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 140; 1997 SL No. 99 s 30

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 41

159B[Repealed]

s 159B ins reg pubd gaz 19 July 1986 pp 2185–9

amd 1994 SL No. 411 s 7; 1995 SL No. 18 s 141

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 41

159C[Repealed]

s 159C ins reg pubd gaz 29 June 1991 pp 1285–305

amd 1992 SL No. 400 s 8; 1993 SL No. 251 s 3; 1994 SL No. 411 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 142; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch; 1997 SL No. 99 s 31

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 41

159D[Repealed]

s 159D ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 11

sub 1994 SL No. 411 s 8

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 143

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 41

160[Repealed]

s 160 sub reg pubd gaz 5 August 1978 pp 1595–604

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 144

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 41

161[Repealed]

s 161 amd 1997 SL No. 99 s 32; 1997 SL No. 440 s 12; 1999 SL No. 299 s 42; 2011 SL No. 138 s 12

om 2014 SL No. 219 s 18

162[Repealed]

s 162 orig s 162 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 145

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 43

prev s 162 ins 2011 SL No. 29 s 3

om 2011 SL No. 138 s 13

163[Repealed]

s 163 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 146

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 43

164[Repealed]

s 164 amd reg pubd gaz 25 May 1963 p 482; 10 July 1965 pp 1406–7

sub reg pubd gaz 8 March 1980 pp 833–4; 21 January 1984 pp 168–9

amd reg pubd gaz 29 June 1991 pp 1285–305; 1994 SL No. 232 s 3 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 147; 1996 SL No. 88 s 3 sch

sub 1997 SL No. 99 s 33

om 2006 SL No. 173 s 5

165[Repealed]

s 165 amd reg pubd gaz 10 July 1965 pp 1406–7

om 1994 SL No. 232 s 33

166[Repealed]

s 166 om 1999 SL No. 299 s 44

167[Repealed]

s 167 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 148

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 44

168[Repealed]

s 168 om 1999 SL No. 299 s 44

169[Repealed]

s 169 amd reg pubd gaz 10 July 1965 pp 1406–7; 22 December 1990 pp 2287–95; 29 June 1991 pp 1285–1305

sub 1994 SL No. 232 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 44

170Police reports

(1)A report made by a police officer or a copy of such report may be furnished by the commissioner to a police department or other department of the Commonwealth or any State or Territory concerning or in relation to the qualifications or fitness of any person who is or has been or is likely to be in Queensland to hold any licence, permit, certificate or other document or authority of a like nature, issued in any State or Territory, in relation to vehicles or traffic, and concerning or in relation to the antecedents, character and conduct of any such person.
(2)A police officer shall not incur any civil or criminal liability in respect of any report made or furnished to a police department or other department as aforesaid.

170APrescribed places of conviction

The Magistrates Court at each place mentioned in schedule 5 is prescribed for section 82 of the Act.

s 170A ins reg pubd gaz 26 June 1982 p 2065

amd reg pubd gaz 17 July 1982 p 2359

sub reg pubd gaz 24 September 1983 pp 389–90

amd reg pubd gaz 22 December 1990 pp 2287–95; 1992 SL No. 423 s 3

sub 1996 SL No. 88 s 24

amd 1999 SL No. 299 s 45

SCHEDULE TO SECTION 170A

ins reg pubd gaz 26 June 1982 p 2065

sub reg pubd gaz 24 September 1983 pp 389–90

amd 1992 SL No. 423 s 4

om 1996 SL No. 88 s 24

171Prescribed persons for training programs

(1)The Queensland University of Technology may conduct a training program under section 82 of the Act.
(2)A corrective services officer under the Corrective Services Act 2006 may give a written notice under section 82 of the Act.

s 171 prev s 171 om reg pubd gaz 7 August 1965 pp 1825–6

pres s 171 ins 1996 SL No. 88 s 24

amd 1999 SL No. 299 s 46; 2007 SL No. 27 s 6; 2014 SL No. 103 s 32

172Relevant drugs prescribed

For schedule 4 of the Act, definition relevant drug, each of the following drugs is prescribed—
(a)3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA);
(b)Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol;
(c)Methylamphetamine.

s 172 orig s 172 amd reg pubd gaz 13 April 1963 p 1620; 13 April 1963 p 1620; 6 November 1967 p 903; 18 October 1975 p 591; 15 November 1975 p 1109; 14 February 1976 p 563; 3 June 1978 p 734; 3 June 1978 pp 734–5; 8 September 1979 p 185; 8 September 1979 p 186; 16 August 1980 p 2359; 16 August 1980 p 2359; 22 August 1981 p 2646; 22 August 1981 p 2646; 28 August 1982 p 2871; 28 August 1982 p 2872; 20 August 1983 p 2223; 20 August 1983 p 2225; 1 September 1984 p 71; 1 September 1984 p 74; 6 July 1985 p 1733; 31 August 1985 p 2594; 31 August 1985 p 2595; 31 May 1986 p 1021; 14 June 1986 p 1303; 14 June 1986 p 1304; 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9; 3 October 1987 pp 419–20; 3 October 1987 p 420; 30 July 1988 p 3229; 1 October 1988 pp 564–5; 1 October 1988 p 565; 3 June 1989 p 694; 2 September 1989 pp 63–4; 30 June 1990 pp 1154–5; 8 December 1990 pp 1663–7; 1 June 1991 pp 579–81; 1992 SL No. 139 s 4

om 1994 SL No. 275 s 14

prev s 172 ins 1996 SL No. 88 s 24

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 47

pres s 172 ins 2007 SL No. 256 s 4

Part 19 Breath analysing instruments and specimens of blood, saliva or urine for laboratory tests

pt hdg ins reg pubd gaz 6 July 1968 pp 1121–2

sub reg pubd gaz 3 August 1974 pp 1947–8

amd 2007 SL No. 256 s 5

173Definitions for pt 19

For the purposes of this part—
approved supplier means an entity the commissioner—
(a)is satisfied is competent to prepare, certify and supply standard alcohol solution; and
(b)has approved to perform those activities.

def approved supplier ins 2014 SL No. 161 s 12 (1)

health care professional has the same meaning it has in section 80 of the Act.

def health care professional ins 2002 SL No. 293 s 3 (2)

reagent ampoule ...

def reagent ampoule om 1997 SL No. 440 s 13

standard alcohol solution means a solution of ethyl alcohol and distilled water prepared by an analyst or approved supplier and certified as suitable for use with an approved breath analysing instrument.

def standard alcohol solution amd 2014 SL No. 161 s 12 (2)

s 173 ins reg pubd gaz 6 July 1968 pp 1121–2

sub reg pubd gaz 3 August 1974 pp 1947–8

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 34; 2002 SL No. 293 s 3 (1)

174[Repealed]

s 174 ins reg pubd gaz 6 July 1968 pp 1121–2

amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20

sub reg pubd gaz 3 August 1974 pp 1947–8

amd reg pubd gaz 17 September 1988 p 291; 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 149

om 1997 SL No. 440 s 14

175Evidence—breath analysing instruments

(1)This section applies to a certificate purporting to be signed by an analyst or an approved supplier (each the supplier) that states—
(a)the supplier prepared a quantity of a solution consisting of ethyl alcohol and distilled water; and
(b)the solution was suitable for use with an approved breath analysing instrument; and
(c)the supplier sealed the solution in a number of containers; and
(d)the supplier wrote a control number on each container.
(2)The certificate is, on its production in evidence, conclusive evidence, unless the contrary is proved, that a container, bearing a control number mentioned in subsection (1) (d), contained standard alcohol solution.

s 175 ins reg pubd gaz 6 July 1968 pp 1121–2

amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20

sub reg pubd gaz 3 August 1974 pp 1947–8

amd reg pubd gaz 24 May 1975 p 660; 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch

sub 2014 SL No. 161 s 13

175A[Repealed]

s 175A ins reg pubd gaz 15 November 1969 p 1175

amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20

176[Repealed]

s 176 ins reg pubd gaz 6 July 1968 pp 1121–2

sub reg pubd gaz 3 August 1974 pp 1947–8; 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch

om 1997 SL No. 440 s 15

177Evidence—police officers

Evidence by a police officer that the police officer used a device for carrying out a breath test or saliva test on a specimen provided by a person shall be sufficient evidence that the device used by the police officer was a device approved under a regulation for the purposes of such test unless the contrary is proved.

s 177 ins reg pubd gaz 6 July 1968 pp 1121–2

sub reg pubd gaz 3 August 1974 pp 1947–8

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 88 s 3 sch; 2007 SL No. 256 s 6

177A[Repealed]

s 177A ins reg pubd gaz 15 November 1969 p 1175

om reg pubd gaz 3 August 1974 pp 1947–8

178Blood specimens

(1)In taking a specimen of blood for the purpose of a laboratory test a health care professional must comply with the following—
(a)take such specimen from any vein selected by the health care professional;
(b)not use any substance which the health care professional believes on reasonable grounds to be or to contain alcohol or ether when cleaning the site of the venipuncture or for the purpose of cleaning any needle or syringe used for the purpose of the taking by the health care professional of such specimen;
(c)take a sufficient quantity of blood for the purpose of such laboratory test and if required pursuant to the Act take such additional quantity of blood either at the same time or immediately thereafter as will be a sufficient specimen to give to the person whose blood is taken;
(d)place the specimen of blood in a specimen tube;
(e)place on the specimen tube an identifying number;
(f)sign a certificate (a specimen certificate) stating—
(i)the name of the person from whom the specimen was taken; and
(ii)the place where and the date and time when the specimen was taken; and
(iii)the identifying number the health care professional placed on the specimen tube containing the specimen; and
(iv)the name, rank and station of the police officer who asked for the specimen.
(2)A copy of the specimen certificate is to be given to the analyst with the specimen of blood to which it refers.
(2A)The copy of the specimen certificate given to the analyst is sufficient authority for the analyst to issue a certificate of an analysis for the specimen of blood.
(3)A specimen certificate signed in accordance with this section shall be admissible in evidence and, in the absence of proof to the contrary, shall be conclusive evidence of the matters certified to therein.
(4)It shall be conclusively presumed that no substance containing alcohol or ether was used by a health care professional unless he or she gives evidence on oath that he or she did so.
(4A)Where a health care professional gives evidence on oath that any substance containing alcohol or ether was used by him or her it shall be conclusively presumed that the use of any such substance did not affect the result of any analysis of a specimen taken by him or her unless the contrary is proved.
(5)Where in a certificate issued by an analyst for the purposes of the Act the analyst in respect of the specimen of blood to which such certificate relates certifies that there was sufficient quantity of blood for the purposes of an analysis and that such specimen was capable of analysis, such certificate shall be sufficient evidence of those matters unless the contrary is proved.

s 178 ins reg pubd gaz 6 July 1968 pp 1121–2

amd reg pubd gaz 15 November 1969 p 1175; 9 September 1972 p 176

sub reg pubd gaz 5 May 1973 p 112; reg pubd gaz 3 August 1974 pp 1947–8

amd reg pubd gaz 2 February 1980 p 347; 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1994 SL No. 232 s 35; 2002 SL No. 293 s 4; 2003 SL No. 358 s 3; 2010 SL No. 36 s 11

178AA Authority for analyst to issue certificate of an analysis for specimen of saliva

A copy of a notice under section 80 (15AB) of the Act, for a specimen of saliva, given to an analyst is sufficient authority for the analyst to issue a certificate of an analysis for the specimen.

s 178AA ins 2007 SL No. 256 s 7

178AEvidence—certificates about breath and blood specimens

Where, in any certificate made by him or her for any purpose where he or she is required under the Act to make a certificate consequent upon the providing of a specimen of breath for the purposes of analysis by a breath analysing instrument or a specimen of blood for a laboratory test, or, as the case may be, the failure to provide any such specimen, a health care professional or authorised police officer certifies that he or she has given all necessary directions as required by the relevant provisions of the Act in connection with the provision of whatever specimen was required in the case in question, and that a copy of a certificate signed as required by the Act was delivered to such person to whom by the Act it was required to be given, such certificate shall be conclusive evidence until the contrary is proved of the matters so certified.

s 178A prev s 178A ins reg pubd gaz 5 May 1973 p 112

om reg pubd gaz 3 August 1974 pp 1947–8

pres s 178A ins reg pubd gaz 5 August 1978 pp 1595–604

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 2002 SL No. 293 s 5

178BEvidence—certificates

Where, by any section under this part, a certificate of or purporting to be signed by a health care professional, an authorised police officer or an analyst is made evidence of any matter, a certificate purporting to be signed by a health care professional, an authorised police officer or an analyst, as the case may be, as to that matter shall, upon its production in any proceeding, be accepted as evidence—
(a)that the signature thereto is that of the person by whom the certificate purports to be made; and
(b)of all matters contained therein including the status, authority or qualification of the person by whom the certificate purports to be made;
and until the contrary is proved shall be conclusive such evidence.

s 178B ins reg pubd gaz 5 August 1978 pp 1595–604

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 2002 SL No. 293 s 6; 2010 SL No. 36 s 12

179Evidence—authority to operate breath analysing instrument or saliva analysing instrument

(1)In any proceedings under the Act it shall not be necessary for any police officer to produce in evidence any certificate of authority issued by the commissioner that the police officer is authorised to operate a breath analysing instrument or saliva analysing instrument and evidence by a police officer that he or she is so authorised shall be sufficient evidence of that fact until the contrary is proved.
(2)If a person intends to dispute at a hearing that a particular police officer is authorised to operate a breath analysing instrument or saliva analysing instrument, the person must give the commissioner written notice of the intention at least 14 days before the day fixed for the hearing.

s 179 ins reg pubd gaz 6 July 1968 pp 1121–2

sub reg pubd gaz 3 August 1974 pp 1947–8

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 2007 SL No. 256 s 8

180Failure to comply with part

Unless it is proved that any failure to comply with any of the sections under this part substantially affected any breath analysis or the result of any laboratory test of a specimen of blood it shall be presumed that any such failure did not in any way affect the result of any such analysis or test.

s 180 ins reg pubd gaz 6 July 1968 pp 1121–2

sub reg pubd gaz 3 August 1974 pp 1947–8

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch

181Dealing with blood specimens

Any specimen of blood given to a person from whom a specimen of blood for a laboratory test was obtained shall be dealt with by the health care professional in the same manner as if the specimen of blood were a specimen of blood for a laboratory test.

s 181 ins reg pubd gaz 3 August 1974 pp 1947–8

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 2002 SL No. 293 s 7

182Medical exemption from breath test

A doctor’s certificate given for the purposes of section 80 (5B) (a) or (8E) of the Act must be in the approved form.

s 182 ins reg pubd gaz 3 August 1974 pp 1947–8

sub reg pubd gaz 22 December 1990 pp 2287–95; 1994 SL No. 232 s 36

amd 1997 SL No. 99 s 34; 1999 SL No. 299 s 48

183Delivery of blood, saliva and urine specimens

For the purposes of section 80 (16A) of the Act, delivery of a blood, saliva or urine specimen made other than personally must be made in accordance with the International Air Transport Association Dangerous Goods Regulations.

s 183 prev s 183 ins reg pubd gaz 9 February 1980 p 458

om reg pubd gaz 1 October 1988 pp 566–71

pres s 183 ins 1994 SL No. 232 s 37; 1999 SL No. 299 s 49

amd 2007 SL No. 256 s 9

183ABreath analysing instruments and breath testing devices

(1)An instrument described in schedule 6, part 1 is approved for section 80 (1) of the Act, definition breath analysing instrument, paragraph (b).
(2)A device described in schedule 6, part 2 is approved for section 80 (1) of the Act, definition breath test.

s 183A ins 1996 SL No. 88 s 25

amd 1997 SL No. 440 s 16; 1999 SL No. 299 s 50

Part 20 Further provisions about saliva tests and saliva analysing instruments

pt hdg prev pt 20 hdg ins reg pubd gaz 9 February 1980 p 458

sub 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 51

pres pt 20 hdg ins 2007 SL No. 256 s 10

184Instrument approved for Act, s 80 (1), definition saliva analysing instrument

For section 80 (1) of the Act, definition saliva analysing instrument, each of the following instruments is approved—
(a)a Cozart DDS Reader—DDS202S;
(b)an Alere DDS Reader;
(c)a Dräger DrugTest 5000 Analyser (also known as a Draeger DrugTest 5000 Analyser).

s 184 prev s 184 ins reg pubd gaz 9 February 1980 p 458

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 150

sub 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 51

pres s 184 ins 2007 SL No. 256 s 10

amd 2013 SL No. 163 s 3; 2013 SL No. 295 s 3

185Laboratory test approved for Act, s 80 (1), definition saliva analysis

For section 80 (1) of the Act, definition saliva analysis, a laboratory test that uses mass spectrometry to identify the presence of a relevant drug is approved.

s 185 orig s 185 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

om 1992 SL No. 275 s 6

prev s 185 ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 12

sub 1994 SL No. 275 s 15; 1996 SL No. 88 s 26; 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 51

pres s 185 ins 2007 SL No. 256 s 10

185A[Repealed]

s 185A ins 1994 SL No. 275 s 15

om 1996 SL No. 88 s 26

186Device approved for Act, s 80 (1), definition saliva test

For section 80 (1) of the Act, definition saliva test, a Securetec Drugwipe II Twin is approved.

s 186 orig s 186 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

amd 1994 SL No. 139 s 18

om 1994 SL No. 232 s 3 sch

prev s 186 ins 1996 SL No. 88 s 26

amd 1997 SL No. 99 s 35

sub 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 51

pres s 186 ins 2007 SL No. 256 s 10

187Prescribed collection unit

Each of the following is a collection unit for section 80 (8FA) (a) of the Act—
(a)a saliva collection swab from a Cozart DDS805 2-panel methamphetamine/THC test kit;
(b)a saliva collection swab from a Cozart DDS805AP test kit;
(c)a Dräger DCH 5000 (also known as a Draeger DCH 5000) attached to a Dräger DrugTest 5000 STK (also known as a Draeger DrugTest 5000 STK).

s 187 prev s 187 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1994 SL No. 411 s 9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 151; 1996 SL No. 88 s 27

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

pres s 187 ins 2007 SL No. 256 s 10

amd 2013 SL No. 163 s 4; 2013 SL No. 295 s 4

188Prescribed way of dealing with collection unit

For section 80 (8FA) (b) of the Act, the prescribed way of dealing with the collection unit is to—
(a)place the collection unit in the mouth of the person who is required to provide a specimen of the person’s saliva so that it contacts the tongue or the inside of the person’s mouth, or both; and
(b)move the collection unit around the mouth in a continuous motion so that it contacts the tongue or the inside of the mouth, or both.

s 188 prev s 188 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

amd reg pubd gaz 31 October 1987 pp 852–4; 1 October 1988 pp 566–71; 1992 SL No. 275 s 7; 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1994 SL No. 411 s 10; 1995 SL No. 18 s 152

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

pres s 188 ins SL No. 256 s 10

189Prescribed record about saliva analysis

For section 80 (15AB) (a) of the Act, a record that states the following information is prescribed—
(a)the name, address and date of birth of the person who provided the specimen of saliva;
(b)the place at which the analysis was made.

s 189 prev s 189 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 153

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

pres s 189 ins 2007 SL No. 256 s 10

190[Repealed]

s 190 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

amd reg pubd gaz 31 October 1987 pp 852–4; 1992 SL No. 275 s 8; 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1994 SL No. 232 s 3 sch; 1994 SL No. 411 s 11; 1995 SL No. 18 s 154; 1996 SL No. 88 s 28

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

191[Repealed]

s 191 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

om 1992 SL No. 275 s 9

192[Repealed]

s 192 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

amd 1992 SL No. 275 s 10; 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 155

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

193[Repealed]

s 193 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1994 SL No. 411 s 12; 1995 SL No. 18 s 156

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

194[Repealed]

s 194 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch

om 1994 SL No. 275 s 16

195[Repealed]

s 195 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch

om 1994 SL No. 275 s 16

196[Repealed]

s 196 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch

om 1994 SL No. 275 s 16

197[Repealed]

s 197 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch

om 1994 SL No. 275 s 16

198[Repealed]

s 198 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch

om 1994 SL No. 275 s 16

199[Repealed]

s 199 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch

om 1994 SL No. 275 s 16

200[Repealed]

s 200 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch

om 1994 SL No. 275 s 16

201[Repealed]

s 201 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch

om 1994 SL No. 275 s 16

202[Repealed]

s 202 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 157

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

203[Repealed]

s 203 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

sub 1992 SL No. 275 s 11

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 158; 1996 SL No. 88 s 29

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

204[Repealed]

s 204 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1994 SL No. 275 s 17

om 1995 SL No. 18 s 159

205[Repealed]

s 205 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

amd reg pubd gaz 31 October 1987 pp 852–4; 1992 SL No. 275 s 12; 1993 SL No. 470 s 2 sch; 1994 SL No. 232 s 3 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 160

sub 1996 SL No. 88 s 30

amd 1997 SL No. 99 s 36

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

205A[Repealed]

s 205A ins 1992 SL No. 275 s 13

sub 1996 SL No. 88 s 30

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

205AA[Repealed]

s 205AA ins 1996 SL No. 88 s 30

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

205B[Repealed]

s 205B ins 1992 SL No. 275 s 13

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 161; 1996 SL No. 88 s 31

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

205C[Repealed]

s 205C ins 1992 SL No. 275 s 13

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 162; 1996 SL No. 88 s 32

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

205D[Repealed]

s 205D ins 1992 SL No. 275 s 13

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 163; 1996 SL No. 88 s 33

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

205E[Repealed]

s 205E ins 1992 SL No. 275 s 13

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 164; 1996 SL No. 88 s 34

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

Part 21 [Repealed]

pt hdg ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

sub reg pubd gaz 2 December 1989 pp 2445–7

sub 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 51

Division 1 [Repealed]

(Repealed)

div hdg ins 1994 SL No. 275 s 15

amd 1996 SL No. 88 s 3 sch

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

Division 2 [Repealed]

div hdg ins 1994 SL No. 275 s 15

om 1996 SL No. 88 s 3 sch

206[Repealed]

s 206 ins reg pubd gaz 2 December 1989 pp 2445–7

amd 1992 SL No. 275 s 14; 1994 SL No. 232 s 3 sch; 1994 SL No. 260 s 12; 1996 SL No. 88 s 35; 1997 SL No. 99 s 37; 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 51

SCHEDULE A—SCHEDULE TO REGULATION 206

sch A ins reg pubd gaz 22 December 1990 pp 2287–95

om 1994 SL No. 232 s 41

Division 2 Oversize and pilot vehicle warning signs

(Repealed)

div hdg ins 1996 SL No. 88 s 36

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

Part 21A [Repealed]

pt hdg ins 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 51

206A[Repealed]

s 206A ins 1996 SL No. 88 s 36

amd 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 51

206B[Repealed]

s 206B ins 1996 SL No. 88 s 36

amd 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3 (1) sch

Part 22 Camera-detected offences

pt hdg ins reg pubd gaz 8 December 1990 pp 1663–7

Division 1 Photographic detection devices

div hdg ins reg pubd gaz 8 December 1990 pp 1663–7

sub 2007 SL No. 53 s 7

207[Repealed]

s 207 ins reg pubd gaz 8 December 1990 pp 1663–7

amd 1993 SL No. 294 s 3

sub 1996 SL No. 88 s 37; 1996 SL No. 230 s 18; 1997 SL No. 99 s 38

amd 1999 SL No. 20 s 4; 1999 SL No. 225 s 89

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 52

208Approved photographic detection devices

A camera system described in schedule 10 is approved for section 113A (1) of the Act.

s 208 ins reg pubd gaz 8 December 1990 pp 1663–7

amd 1993 SL No. 294 s 4

sub 1994 SL No. 232 s 38; 1997 SL No. 99 s 39

amd 1999 SL No. 299 s 53; 2007 SL No. 53 s 8; 2007 SL No. 226 s 5

sub 2010 SL No. 41 s 4

amd 2014 SL No. 219 s 19

Division 2 Evidentiary matters

div hdg ins reg pubd gaz 8 December 1990 pp 1663–7

sub 1993 SL No. 294 s 5

208ADefinitions for div 2

In this division—
CTP insurance offence means an offence against the Motor Accident Insurance Act 1994 , section 20 (1) or (2).

Note—

The Motor Accident Insurance Act 1994 , section 20 (1) and (2) prohibits a person from driving, or permitting another person to drive, an uninsured motor vehicle (within the meaning of section 4 of that Act) on a road or in a public place.
placard load offence means an offence against section 84A (1) of the Act.

Note—

Section 84A (1) of the Act prohibits a person from driving a motor vehicle carrying a placard load in a tunnel that has a placard load prohibited sign at or before the entrance to the tunnel.
registration offence means an offence against the Transport Operations (Road Use Management—Vehicle Registration) Regulation 2010 , section 11.

Note—

The Transport Operations (Road Use Management—Vehicle Registration) Regulation 2010 , section 11 prohibits a person from using, or permitting the use of, a vehicle that is not a registered vehicle (within the meaning of section 6 of that regulation) on a road.

s 208A ins 2014 SL No. 219 s 20

209Operating and testing analogue redlight camera systems

If an analogue redlight camera system is used to provide evidence of a prescribed offence, the following provisions must be complied with—
(a)the system’s camera must be aimed so that an image taken by the camera shows—
(i)the rear of a vehicle that is driven past the stop line for a traffic light or, if there is no stop line, the traffic light; and
(ii)the stop line (if any) and the traffic light showing a red symbol;
(b)the system’s induction loop must be installed in, on or under the road surface on either side of the stop line or traffic light;
(c)the camera, the induction loop and traffic light must be linked so that—
(i)after the traffic light changes to red and a programmed delay has elapsed, a vehicle passing over the induction loop activates the camera; and
(ii)the activated camera takes at least 2 images of the vehicle, stop line (if any) and traffic light; and
(iii)the camera is not activated unless the traffic light shows a red symbol;
(d)each person who inserts into or removes a film magazine from the camera, or relocates the camera with a film magazine in place, must—
(i)ensure that the camera is correctly positioned and aimed; and
(ii)use the system’s testing mode (but by reference to green light cycles) to ensure that the camera and induction loop operate correctly as referred to in paragraph (c); and
(iii)if a fault is indicated, take corrective action and repeat the testing process until no fault is indicated by the system in its testing mode;
(e)if the tests or the film when developed indicate a fault has affected the proper operation of the system as required under this section, the film must be rejected for evidentiary purposes.

s 209 ins reg pubd gaz 8 December 1990 pp 1663–7

amd reg pubd gaz 29 June 1991 pp 1285–305; 1993 SL No. 294 s 6; 1994 SL No. 232 s 39; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch; 1997 SL No. 99 s 40; 2010 SL No. 41 s 5

210Operating and testing analogue speed camera systems

If an analogue speed camera system is used to provide evidence of a prescribed offence, the following provisions must be complied with—
(a)the system’s camera must be positioned and aimed to ensure an image taken by the camera depicts the front or rear of the vehicle the speed of which was measured by the system;
(b)each person who inserts into or removes a film magazine from the camera, or who relocates the camera with a film magazine in place, or who changes information programmed into the system, must—
(i)ensure the camera is correctly positioned and aimed; and
(ii)use the system’s testing mode to ensure the camera operates correctly; and
(iii)if a fault is indicated, take corrective action and repeat the testing process until no fault is indicated by the system in its testing mode;
(c)if the tests or the film when developed indicate a fault has affected the proper operation of the system as required under this section, the film must be rejected for evidentiary purposes.

s 210 prev s 210 ins 1993 SL No. 294 s 7

om 1994 SL No. 232 s 40

pres s 210 ins 1996 SL No. 88 s 38

sub 1997 SL No. 99 s 41

amd 2010 SL No. 41 s 6

210AANPR camera systems—no trucks sign offences

(1)This section applies if an ANPR camera system is used to provide evidence of a prescribed offence against the Queensland Road Rules, section 104 (1), (2) or (3).

Note—

The Queensland Road Rules, section 104, involves offences for driving past a no trucks sign.
(2)For section 120 (2) (d) of the Act, the following are the requirements about the operation of the ANPR camera system—
(a)the camera part of the ANPR camera system must be positioned and aimed so that—
(i)an image taken by the camera part shows the front of the vehicle that has driven past the no trucks sign, including the vehicle’s number plate; and
(ii)the image mentioned in subparagraph (i), or another image taken by any other camera operating in conjunction with the camera part, shows the vehicle that has driven past the no trucks sign;
(b)the ANPR camera system must operate in a way that indicates whether an image taken by the camera part of the ANPR camera system has been tampered with.

Note—

Since an image certified by an official, as mentioned in section 120 (2) of the Act, is evidence of the accuracy of the image, if there is an indication that an image has been tampered with, the official would not be able to certify that the image was properly taken.
(3)For section 120 (4) of the Act, the marking or writing (a data block) made by the ANPR camera system on an image taken by the camera part of the system has the following meaning—
(a)a sequence of four numbers separated by a colon is the time in 24-hour clock mode when the image was taken;
(b)a sequence of six numbers separated by 2 backslashes is the date, in the order of day, month and year (ddmmyy), when the image was taken;
(c)a sequence of five numbers is the number given in the Traffic Camera Coding Manual for the location of the camera part of the ANPR camera system when the image was taken.

Example for subsection (3)—

A data block may show the following information—
23:59
07/07/06
20001.
The data block indicates the image was taken at 11:59p.m. on 7 July 2006 and the camera part of the ANPR camera system was located at the place given the number 20,001 in the Traffic Camera Coding Manual.

s 210A ins 2007 SL No. 53 s 9

amd 2007 SL No. 226 s 6; 2009 SL No. 194 s 362 sch 6; 2014 SL No. 219 s 21

210AA ANPR camera systems—registration offences and CTP insurance offences

(1)If an ANPR camera system is used to provide evidence of a prescribed offence that is a registration offence or a CTP insurance offence, the following provisions must be complied with—
(a)the system’s camera must be positioned and aimed so that an image taken by the camera shows the front or rear of the vehicle, including the vehicle’s number plate;
(b)if a relevant event happens—the system must be tested in accordance with the specifications of the system’s manufacturer to ensure the system operates correctly;
(c)if a fault is indicated in the system because of testing under paragraph (b)—corrective action must be taken and the testing must be repeated until no fault is indicated in the system;
(d)if the tests or an image when viewed indicates a fault has affected the proper operation of the system as required under this section, the image must be rejected for evidentiary purposes.
(2)In this section—
fixed system means an ANPR camera system that, once installed at a location, can only operate at that location.
mobile system means an ANPR camera system that may be operated at a location without having to be installed at the location.

Examples of mobile systems—

1An ANPR camera system that is fitted to a police vehicle or a transport enforcement vehicle (as defined under the Transport Operations (Road Use Management—Vehicle Standards and Safety) Regulation 2010 , schedule 4).
2An ANPR camera system that operates on a tripod, or other base, that is not fixed to the surface on which it stands.
relevant event, for an ANPR camera system, means each of the following—
(a)for a fixed system—
(i)the installation of the system; or
(ii)the reinstallation, replacement or repair of camera system hardware for the system;

Example—

the replacement of the system’s camera
(b)for a mobile system—
(i)the preparation of the system before it is used, for the first time ever, to detect offences mentioned in subsection (1); or
(ii)the replacement or repair of camera system hardware for the system;

Example—

the replacement of the system’s camera
(c)a change to the computer software used by the system.

Example—

the application of a software patch

s 210AA ins 2014 SL No. 219 s 22

210AB ANPR camera systems—placard load offences

(1)If an ANPR camera system is used to provide evidence of a prescribed offence that is a placard load offence, the following provisions must be complied with—
(a)the system’s camera must be positioned and aimed so that an image taken by the camera shows the front or rear of the vehicle, including—
(i)the vehicle’s number plate; and
(ii)the placard about the vehicle’s load;
(b)if a relevant event happens—the system must be tested in accordance with the specifications of the system’s manufacturer to ensure the system operates correctly;
(c)if a fault is indicated in the system because of testing under paragraph (b)—corrective action must be taken and the testing must be repeated until no fault is indicated in the system;
(d)if the tests or an image when viewed indicates a fault has affected the proper operation of the system as required under this section, the image must be rejected for evidentiary purposes.
(2)In this section—
relevant event, for an ANPR camera system, means each of the following—
(a)the installation of the system;
(b)the reinstallation, replacement or repair of camera system hardware for the system;

Example—

the replacement of the system’s camera
(c)a change to the computer software used by the system;

Example—

the application of a software patch
(d)the reporting, by the system, of a fault affecting the proper operation of the system.

s 210AB ins 2014 SL No. 219 s 22

210BOperating and testing digital redlight camera systems

(1)If a digital redlight camera system is used to provide evidence of a prescribed offence, the following provisions must be complied with—
(a)the system’s camera must be aimed so that an image taken by the camera shows—
(i)the front or rear of a vehicle that is driven past the stop line for a traffic light or, if there is no stop line, the traffic light; and
(ii)the stop line (if any) and the traffic light showing a red symbol;
(b)a component of the system that detects vehicles must be installed in a way that recognises when a vehicle passes the stop line or traffic light;
(c)the system and traffic light must be linked so that—
(i)after the traffic light changes to red and a programmed delay has elapsed, a vehicle passing the stop line or traffic light activates the camera; and
(ii)the activated camera takes at least 2 images of the vehicle, stop line (if any) and traffic light; and
(iii)the camera is not activated unless the traffic light shows a red symbol;
(d)if a relevant event happens—the system must be tested in accordance with the specifications of the system’s manufacturer (but by reference to green light cycles) to ensure the system operates correctly;
(e)if a fault is indicated in the system because of testing under paragraph (d)—corrective action must be taken and the testing must be repeated until no fault is indicated in the system;
(f)if the tests or an image when viewed indicates a fault has affected the proper operation of the system as required under this section, the image must be rejected for evidentiary purposes.
(2)Each of the following is a relevant event for subsection (1) (d)—
(a)the installation of the digital redlight camera system;
(b)the reinstallation, replacement or repair of camera system hardware for the system;

Example—

the replacement of the system’s camera
(c)a change to the computer software used by the system.

Example—

the application of a software patch

s 210B ins 2010 SL No. 41 s 7

amd 2011 SL No. 34 s 4; 2014 SL No. 219 s 23

210COperating and testing digital speed camera systems

(1)If a digital speed camera system is used to provide evidence of a prescribed offence, the following provisions must be complied with—
(a)the system’s camera must be positioned and aimed to ensure an image taken by the camera depicts the front or rear of the vehicle the speed of which was measured by the system;
(b)if a relevant event happens—the system must be tested in accordance with the specifications of the system’s manufacturer to ensure the system operates correctly;
(c)if a fault is indicated in the system because of testing under paragraph (b)—corrective action must be taken and the testing must be repeated until no fault is indicated in the system;
(d)if the tests or an image when viewed indicates a fault has affected the proper operation of the system as required under this section, the image must be rejected for evidentiary purposes.
(2)Each of the following is a relevant event for subsection (1) (b)—
(a)the installation of the digital speed camera system;
(b)the reinstallation, replacement or repair of camera system hardware for the system;

Example—

the replacement of the system’s camera
(c)a change to the computer software used by the system;

Example—

the application of a software patch
(d)a change of the maximum speed limit for the place at which the system’s camera is located or being used.
(3)In this section—
installation, of a digital speed camera system, includes starting the operation of the system at a place at which the system is to be used.

s 210C ins 2010 SL No. 41 s 7

amd 2011 SL No. 34 s 5; 2014 SL No. 219 s 24

210DOperating and testing digital combined redlight and speed camera systems

(1)If a digital combined redlight and speed camera system is used to provide evidence of a prescribed offence, the following provisions must be complied with—
(a)for a prescribed offence that is a redlight offence—
(i)the system’s camera must be aimed so that an image taken by the camera shows—
(A)the front or rear of a vehicle that is driven past the stop line for a traffic light or, if there is no stop line, the traffic light; and
(B)the stop line (if any) and the traffic light showing a red symbol; and
(ii)a component of the system that detects vehicles must be installed in a way that recognises when a vehicle passes a stop line or traffic light; and
(iii)the system and traffic light must be linked so that—
(A)after the traffic light changes to red and a programmed delay has elapsed, a vehicle passing the stop line or traffic light activates the camera; and
(B)the activated camera takes at least 2 images of the vehicle, stop line (if any) and traffic light;
(b)for a prescribed offence other than a redlight offence, the system’s camera must be positioned and aimed so that an image taken by the camera shows—
(i)if the prescribed offence is a speeding offence—the front or rear of a vehicle the speed of which was measured by the system; or
(ii)otherwise—the front or rear of a vehicle in relation to which the system is used to provide evidence of the offence;
(c)if a relevant event happens—the system must be tested in accordance with the specifications of the system’s manufacturer to ensure the system operates correctly;
(d)if a fault is indicated in the system because of testing under paragraph (c)—corrective action must be taken and the testing must be repeated until no fault is indicated in the system;
(e)if the tests or an image when viewed indicate a fault has affected the proper operation of the system as required under this section, the image must be rejected for evidentiary purposes.
(2)Each of the following is a relevant event for subsection (1) (c)—
(a)the installation of the digital combined redlight and speed camera system;
(b)the reinstallation, replacement or repair of camera system hardware for the system;

Example—

the replacement of the system’s camera
(c)a change to the computer software used by the system;

Example—

the application of a software patch
(d)a change of the maximum speed limit for the place at which the system’s camera is located.
(3)In this section—
redlight offence means a prescribed offence against the Queensland Road Rules, section 56 (1) or (2).

s 210D ins 2011 SL No. 136 s 4

amd 2011 SL No. 212 s 4; 2014 SL No. 219 s 25

210EOperating and testing digital point-to-point camera systems

(1)If a digital point-to-point camera system is used to provide evidence of a prescribed offence, the following provisions must be complied with—
(a)each camera in the system that takes an image or images on which evidence of the offence is based must be positioned and aimed so that an image taken by the camera shows the front or rear of the vehicle in relation to which the system is used to provide evidence;
(b)if a relevant event happens—the system must be tested in accordance with the specifications of the system’s manufacturer to ensure the system operates correctly;
(c)if a fault is indicated in the system because of testing under paragraph (b)—corrective action must be taken and the testing must be repeated until no fault is indicated in the system;
(d)if the tests or an image when viewed indicate a fault has affected the proper operation of the system as required under this section—to the extent subsection (3) does not apply to the evidence of the offence, the image must be rejected for evidentiary purposes.
(2)Each of the following is a relevant event for subsection (1) (b)—
(a)the installation of the digital point-to-point camera system;
(b)the reinstallation, replacement or repair of camera system hardware for the system;

Example—

the replacement of one of the system’s cameras
(c)a change to the computer software used by the system;

Example—

the application of a software patch
(d)a change of the maximum speed limit for a place at which any of the system’s cameras are located;
(e)a reconfiguration of the system’s cameras that changes the 2 points on a road the distance between which is used for calculating the average speed of a vehicle under the Act, section 120A.
(3)This section does not prevent a digital point-to-point camera system being used to provide evidence of a prescribed offence if—
(a)1 or more of the system’s cameras takes an image, or images, on which evidence of the offence is based; and
(b)there is a fault in the system, or the system is being tested; and
(c)the fault or testing mentioned in paragraph (b) does not affect the proper operation of—
(i)the camera or cameras mentioned in paragraph (a); or
(ii)any part of the system associated with the operation of the camera or cameras mentioned in paragraph (a) for the provision of evidence of the offence.

Example for subsection (3)—

A digital point-to-point camera system consists of 2 cameras, camera A and camera B. There is a fault in camera B that does not affect the proper operation of camera A or any part of the system associated with the operation of camera A for the provision of evidence of a prescribed offence. The system is not prevented from being used to provide evidence of a prescribed offence based on an image taken by camera A.

s 210E ins 2011 SL No. 136 s 4

amd 2014 SL No. 219 s 26

210FCalibration testing of particular photographic detection devices

(1)This section prescribes, for section 120 (2A) (a) (ii) of the Act, requirements about calibration testing for the following photographic detection devices (each a relevant device)—
(a)an analogue speed camera system;
(b)a digital speed camera system;
(c)a digital combined redlight and speed camera system, to the extent it is used to provide evidence of a speeding offence;
(d)a digital point-to-point camera system, to the extent it is used to provide evidence of a speeding offence based on an image or images taken by one of the system’s cameras of a vehicle at a particular location and time.
(2)Calibration testing of a relevant device must be conducted by an approved testing entity.
(3)On finding that a relevant device is producing accurate results, an approved testing entity must—
(a)ensure the device’s speed computing unit is sealed in a way that prevents physical interference with any component contained within the unit without breaking the seal; and
(b)prepare and sign a report stating—
(i)the serial number for the device tested; and
(ii)the date and time when testing was conducted; and
(iii)the results of the testing.
(4)In this section—
approved testing entity, for conducting calibration testing of a relevant device, means an entity the commissioner, on being satisfied the entity is competent to conduct the testing, has approved to conduct the testing.
speed computing unit, of a relevant device, means a part of the device used to compute the speed of a vehicle for the purpose of providing evidence of a speeding offence.

s 210F ins 2011 SL No. 212 s 5

211Markings or writings on particular photographic detection device images

(1)For section 120 of the Act, a data block has the meaning given in—
(a)for the first image of a vehicle taken by an analogue redlight camera system—schedule 11, part 1; and
(b)for the second or a subsequent image of a vehicle taken by an analogue redlight camera system—schedule 11, part 2; and
(c)for an image of a vehicle taken by an analogue speed camera system—schedule 11, part 3; and
(d)for an image of a vehicle taken by a digital redlight camera system—schedule 12; and
(e)for an image of a vehicle taken by a digital speed camera system—schedule 13; and
(f)for an image of a vehicle taken by a digital combined redlight and speed camera system—schedule 14; and
(g)for an image of a vehicle taken by a digital point-to-point camera system—schedule 15; and
(h)for an image of a vehicle taken by an ANPR camera system mentioned in section 210AAschedule 16; and
(i)for an image of a vehicle taken by an ANPR camera system mentioned in section 210ABschedule 17.

Note—

See section 210A (3) for the meaning of a data block made by an ANPR camera system, mentioned in that section, on an image taken by the camera part of the system.
(2)In this section—
data block means the marking or writing made by a photographic detection device on an image taken by the device.
on, an image, includes adjacent to or associated with the image.

s 211 ins 1997 SL No. 99 s 41

amd 1999 SL No. 299 s 54; 2007 SL No. 53 s 10; 2007 SL No. 226 s 7; 2010 SL No. 41 s 8; 2011 SL No. 136 s 5; 2014 SL No. 219 s 27

212Traffic Camera Coding Manual

(1)A court must presume a document purporting to be the Traffic Camera Coding Manual is the Traffic Camera Coding Manual, until the contrary is proved.
(2)In a proceeding, a certificate purporting to be signed by the commissioner stating a document is a copy of a part of the Traffic Camera Coding Manual is evidence of that fact.

s 212 ins 1997 SL No. 99 s 41

212AANPR Camera System Coding Manual

(1)A court must presume a document purporting to be an ANPR Camera System Coding Manual is an ANPR Camera System Coding Manual, until the contrary is proved.
(2)In a proceeding, a certificate purporting to be signed by a toll officer of a toll operator, stating a document is a copy of a part of the ANPR Camera System Coding Manual issued by the toll operator, is evidence of that fact.
(3)In this section—
toll officer see section 166A (1) of the Act.

s 212A ins 2014 SL No. 219 s 28

Part 23 Transitional provisions for Transport Legislation Amendment Regulation (No. 1) 2011

pt 23 (ss 213–218) ins 2011 SL No. 8 s 8

213Definitions for pt 23

In this part—
amending regulation means the Transport Legislation Amendment Regulation (No. 1) 2011.
commencement means commencement of this section.
permit decision means a decision of the chief executive—
(a)to refuse to grant an application for a disability parking permit; or
(b)to grant an application for a disability parking permit subject to a condition.
red permit means a disability parking permit issued to a person before the commencement that shows a people with disabilities symbol marked on a red background.

pt 23 (ss 213–218) ins 2011 SL No. 8 s 8

214Existing applications for disability parking permits—no decision made

(1)This section applies if, before the commencement, a person had applied to the chief executive for a disability parking permit but the chief executive had not made a decision about the application.
(2)The chief executive must consider the application as if the amending regulation had not been made.
(3) Section 134C continues to apply to the chief executive’s decision on the application.

pt 23 (ss 213–218) ins 2011 SL No. 8 s 8

215Refusing to grant application for disability parking permit or granting application subject to a condition

(1)This section applies if, on the commencement—
(a)a person—
(i)has not applied to the chief executive under section 134C for a reconsideration of a permit decision; or
(ii)the time for applying for a reconsideration of the permit decision has not yet expired.
(2) Section 134C continues to apply to the permit decision, as if the amending regulation had not been made.

pt 23 (ss 213–218) ins 2011 SL No. 8 s 8

216Existing applications for reconsideration of decision about disability parking permit

(1)This section applies if—
(a)before the commencement, a person applied to the chief executive under section 134C for a reconsideration of a permit decision; and
(b)on the commencement, a decision on the reconsideration of the permit decision has not been made.
(2)The application for reconsideration must be dealt with as if the amending regulation had not been made.

pt 23 (ss 213–218) ins 2011 SL No. 8 s 8

217Existing holders of temporary red permits

(1)This section applies if, on the commencement, a person is the holder of a temporary red permit.
(2)The permit remains valid until it expires.
(3)In this section—
temporary, in relation to a red permit, means a red permit issued for a period of 12 months or less.

pt 23 (ss 213–218) ins 2011 SL No. 8 s 8

218Existing holders of permanent red permits

(1)This section applies if, on the commencement, a person is the holder of a permanent red permit.
(2)The permit remains valid until it expires.
(3)The person may, after the commencement, apply for the grant of a further permanent red permit.
(4)The application for the further permit is to be dealt with as if the amending regulation had not been made.
(5)The person may apply for the grant of a further permanent red permit on more than 1 occasion.
(6)In this section—
permanent, in relation to a red permit, means a red permit issued for a period of 5 years.

pt 23 (ss 213–218) ins 2011 SL No. 8 s 8

Part 24 Transitional provision for Transport Legislation Amendment Regulation (No. 4) 2011

pt 24 (s 219) ins 2011 SL No. 212 s 6

219Certificates under Act, s 120 (2A)

To remove any doubt, it is declared that section 210F does not apply in relation to a certificate mentioned in the Act, section 120 (2A), if the certificate relates to a photographic detection device for which calibration testing was conducted before the commencement of section 210F.

pt 24 (s 219) ins 2011 SL No. 212 s 6

Schedule 1 [Repealed]

Part 1 [Repealed]

pt hdg orig pt hdg om 1996 SL No. 88 s 40

prev pt hdg ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 19

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

1[Repealed]

s 1 orig s 1 amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 17(2); 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1996 SL No. 88 s 40

prev s 1 ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 19

amd 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(1)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

2[Repealed]

s 2 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1996 SL No. 88 s 40

3[Repealed]

s 3 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1996 SL No. 88 s 40

4[Repealed]

s 4 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1996 SL No. 88 s 40

5[Repealed]

s 5 amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 17(3); 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1996 SL No. 88 s 40

5A[Repealed]

s 5A ins reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1996 SL No. 88 s 40

Part 2 [Repealed]

pt hdg amd 1997 SL No. 99 s 42(1)

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

6[Repealed]

s 6 sub reg pubd gaz 18 January 1964 pp 162–3

amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 20

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

7[Repealed]

s 7 sub reg pubd gaz 18 January 1964 pp 162–3

amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 20

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

8[Repealed]

s 8 sub reg pubd gaz 18 January 1964 pp 162–3

amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 20

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

9[Repealed]

s 9 amd reg pubd gaz 22 December 1962 p 1603; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9

sub 1994 SL No. 260 s 5

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 21

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

10[Repealed]

s 10 amd reg pubd gaz 22 December 1962 p 1603; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1994 SL No. 260 s 6; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

11[Repealed]

s 11 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 22

amd 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

12[Repealed]

s 12 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 22

amd 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

13[Repealed]

s 13 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1994 SL No. 260 s 7; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 22

amd 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

14[Repealed]

s 14 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 22

amd 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

15[Repealed]

s 15 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1996 SL No. 230 s 22

16[Repealed]

s 16 om 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

17[Repealed]

s 17 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1994 SL No. 260 s 8; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

18[Repealed]

s 18 amd 1994 SL No. 260 s 9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

18A[Repealed]

s 18A ins reg pubd gaz 11 April 1970 p 1400

amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 21 December 1974 pp 1595–6; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9

sub 1993 SL No. 470 s 9(1)

amd 1994 SL No. 260 s 10; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch; 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

18B[Repealed]

s 18B ins reg pubd gaz 6 October 1979 pp 586–7

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch, 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch; 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

Division 2 General requirements with regard to compulsory lighting equipment prescribed in division 1

div hdg om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66 (2)

19[Repealed]

s 19 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

20[Repealed]

s 20 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 23

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

21[Repealed]

s 21 om 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

22[Repealed]

s 22 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1996 SL No. 230 s 24

22A[Repealed]

s 22A ins reg pubd gaz 18 January 1964 pp 162–3

sub reg pubd gaz 11 December 1965 p 1413; 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 25

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

23[Repealed]

s 23 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1996 SL No. 230 s 26

24[Repealed]

s 24 amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 9(2); 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 26

amd 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

25[Repealed]

s 25 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

26[Repealed]

s 26 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

27[Repealed]

s 27 amd reg pubd gaz 22 December 1962 p 1603; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

28[Repealed]

s 28 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

29[Repealed]

s 29 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

30[Repealed]

s 30 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

31[Repealed]

s 31 amd reg pubd gaz 22 December 1962 p 1603; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 19 July 1986 pp 2185–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

32[Repealed]

s 32 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

33[Repealed]

s 33 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

34[Repealed]

s 34 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

Division 3 Optional lamps and reflectors

div hdg om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66 (2)

35[Repealed]

s 35 amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 17(3); 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

36[Repealed]

s 36 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 19 July 1986 pp 2185–9; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch; 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

36A[Repealed]

s 36A ins reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

om reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

37[Repealed]

s 37 sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 27

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

38[Repealed]

s 38 amd 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

38A[Repealed]

s 38A ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 28

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

39[Repealed]

s 39 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 28

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

39A[Repealed]

s 39A ins reg pubd gaz 13 April 1991 pp 2241–2

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 17(4); 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

40[Repealed]

s 40 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch; 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

41[Repealed]

s 41 amd 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

42[Repealed]

s 42 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 29

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

42A[Repealed]

s 42A ins reg pubd gaz 11 April 1970 p 1400

amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 21 December 1974 pp 1595–6; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1994 SL No. 232 s 17(5)–(6); 1996 SL No. 230 s 30

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

Part 3 MOTOR VEHICLES GENERALLY, INCLUDING TRAILERS

pt hdg om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

Division 1 [Repealed]

div hdg sub 1996 SL No. 88 s 41

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

43[Repealed]

s 43 amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 17(2)

sub 1994 SL No. 275 s 18(1); 1996 SL No. 88 s 42

om 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

44[Repealed]

s 44 amd reg pubd gaz 25 September 1965 p 392; 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20

sub reg pubd gaz 18 December 1976 p 1681; 11 March 1978 p 1032; 10 October 1981 pp 625–6

amd reg pubd gaz 2 May 1987 pp 196–7

sub 1993 SL No. 470 s 9(3); 1994 SL No. 275 s 18(1)

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

45[Repealed]

s 45 sub reg pubd gaz 28 August 1965 p 2041

amd reg pubd gaz 26 April 1969 p 1517; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9

sub 1993 SL No. 470 s 9(3)

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

46[Repealed]

s 46 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9

sub 1993 SL No. 470 s 9(3)

amd 1996 SL No. 88 s 44

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

Division 2 [Repealed]

div hdg orig div 2 hdg renum as div 3 hdg 1996 SL No. 88 s 45

prev div 2 hdg ins 1996 SL No. 88 s 46

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

46A[Repealed]

s 46A ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 9(3)

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

46B[Repealed]

s 46B (prev s 44A) ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 9(3)

renum 1996 SL No. 88 s 47

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

46C[Repealed]

s 46C (prev s 44B) ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 9(3)

amd 1994 SL No. 275 s 18(2)–(3); 1996 SL No. 88 s 43

renum 1996 SL No. 88 s 48

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

46D[Repealed]

s 46D (prev s 44C) ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 9(3)

renum 1996 SL No. 88 s 48

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

Division 3 [Repealed]

div hdg new div 3 hdg (prev div 2 hdg) renum 1996 SL No. 88 s 45

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

47[Repealed]

s 47 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

47A[Repealed]

s 47A orig s 47A renum as s 47B reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

prev s 47A ins reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch; 1997 SL No. 99 s 42(2)

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

47B[Repealed]

s 47B prev s 47B (orig s 47A) ins reg pubd gaz 18 January 1964 pp 162–3

renum reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

48[Repealed]

s 48 amd reg pubd gaz 31 October 1987 pp 852–4; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

49[Repealed]

s 49 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9

om 1993 SL No. 470 s 9(4)

50[Repealed]

s 50 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9

om 1993 SL No. 470 s 9(4)

51[Repealed]

s 51 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9

om 1993 SL No. 470 s 9(4)

Division 4 [Repealed]

div hdg om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

52[Repealed]

s 52 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

53[Repealed]

s 53 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 31

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

54[Repealed]

s 54 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1996 SL No. 230 s 31

55[Repealed]

s 55 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

56[Repealed]

s 56 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

Division 5 [Repealed]

div hdg om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

57[Repealed]

s 57 amd reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

58[Repealed]

s 58 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 1994 SL No. 260 s 11; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

59[Repealed]

s 59 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

60[Repealed]

s 60 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 32

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

61[Repealed]

s 61 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

63[Repealed]

s 63 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 1994 SL No. 232 s 17(7)–(8); 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

Division 6 [Repealed]

div hdg om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

63A[Repealed]

s 63A orig s 63A ins reg pubd gaz 15 November 1969 p 1175

om reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

prev s 63A ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 33

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

64[Repealed]

s 64 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 34

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

64A[Repealed]

s 64A ins reg pubd gaz 11 April 1970 p 1400

sub reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

amd reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

om reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

65[Repealed]

s 65 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 11 March 1978 p 1032; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 34

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

66[Repealed]

s 66 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 18 December 1976 p 1681

sub reg pubd gaz 11 March 1978 p 1032

om reg pubd gaz 10 October 1981 pp 625–6

66A[Repealed]

s 66A ins reg pubd gaz 10 October 1981 pp 625–6

amd reg pubd gaz 6 August 1983 pp 2011–13; 1993 SL No. 470 s 9(5); 1996 SL No. 88 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

66B[Repealed]

s 66B ins reg pubd gaz 10 October 1981 pp 625–6

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

67[Repealed]

s 67 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 35

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

68[Repealed]

s 68 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 35

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

68A[Repealed]

s 68A ins reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

amd reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

om reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

69[Repealed]

s 69 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

70[Repealed]

s 70 amd reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

sub reg pubd gaz 13 March 1982 pp 987–1003; 1994 SL No. 232 s 17(9)

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

70A[Repealed]

s 70A ins reg pubd gaz 13 March 1982 pp 987–1003

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 36

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

71[Repealed]

s 71 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

71A[Repealed]

s 71A ins reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

om reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

72[Repealed]

s 72 amd reg pubd gaz 22 December 1962 p 1603; 5 November 1966 p 931; 5 May 1973 p 112; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1 September 1984 pp 75–6; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 37

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

72A[Repealed]

s 72A orig s 72A ins reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

om reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

prev s 72A ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 37

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

72B[Repealed]

s 72B ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 37

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

72C[Repealed]

s 72C ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 37

amd 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

72D[Repealed]

s 72D ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 37

amd 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

72E[Repealed]

s 72E ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 37

amd 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

73[Repealed]

s 73 amd reg pubd gaz 20 October 1973 pp 944–6; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

73A[Repealed]

s 73A ins reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

amd reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

om reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

74[Repealed]

s 74 amd reg pubd gaz 20 October 1973 pp 944–6; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1 February 1986 pp 406–8; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

75[Repealed]

s 75 amd reg pubd gaz 21 December 1974 pp 1595–6; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

76[Repealed]

s 76 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 38

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

77[Repealed]

s 77 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

78[Repealed]

s 78 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

79[Repealed]

s 79 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

80[Repealed]

s 80 om 1993 SL No. 470 s 9(6)

81[Repealed]

s 81 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

82[Repealed]

s 82 amd reg pubd gaz 11 March 1967 p 945; 24 October 1970 pp 735–6; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 26 June 1982 p 2065; 2 June 1984 pp 1000–4; 19 July 1986 pp 2185–9; 1993 SL No. 470 s 9(7)–(10); 1994 SL No. 232 s 17(10); 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 88 s 3 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch; 1997 SL No. 99 s 42(3)–(10)

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

83[Repealed]

s 83 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

84[Repealed]

s 84 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 88 s 49

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

85[Repealed]

s 85 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9

sub reg pubd gaz 6 August 1983 pp 2011–13; 2 May 1987 pp 196–7

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 17(11); 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch; 1997 SL No. 99 s 42(11)–(13)

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

86[Repealed]

s 86 sub reg pubd gaz 13 March 1982 pp 987–1003

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

86A[Repealed]

s 86A ins reg pubd gaz 11 February 1967 p 527

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

86B[Repealed]

s 86B orig s 86B ins reg pubd gaz 23 November 1968 p 1107

sub reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

amd reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

om reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

prev s 86B (prev s 86L) ins reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

amd reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

renum reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

86C[Repealed]

s 86C orig s 86C ins reg pubd gaz 15 November 1969 p 1175

sub reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

amd reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

om reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

prev s 86C (prev s 86M) ins reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

amd reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

renum reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

86D[Repealed]

s 86D orig s 86D ins reg pubd gaz 11 April 1970 p 1400

om reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

prev s 86D (prev s 86P) ins reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

renum reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

sub 1993 SL No. 470 s 9(11)

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

86E[Repealed]

s 86E orig s 86E ins reg pubd gaz 11 April 1970 p 1400

amd reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

sub reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

om reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

prev s 86E (prev s 86Q) ins reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

renum reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

sub reg pubd gaz 20 October 1973 pp 944–6

amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 13 March 1982 pp 987–1003; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

86F[Repealed]

s 86F orig s 86F ins reg pubd gaz 11 April 1970 p 1400

sub reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

amd reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

om reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

prev s 86F ins reg pubd gaz 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

86G[Repealed]

s 86G orig s 86G ins reg pubd gaz 11 April 1970 p 1400

sub reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

amd reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

om reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

prev s 86G ins reg pubd gaz 13 March 1982 pp 987–1003

sub reg pubd gaz 30 January 1988 pp 522–4

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

86H[Repealed]

s 86H orig s 86H ins reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

amd reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

om reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

prev s 86H ins reg pubd gaz 6 June 1987 pp 1017–19 (repealed by reg pubd gaz 10 October 1988 pp 566–71)

ins reg pubd gaz 30 January 1988 pp 522–4

amd 1993 SL No. 470 s 9(12)–(14); 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

86I[Repealed]

s 86I orig s 86I ins reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

sub reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

om reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

prev s 86I ins reg pubd gaz 22 December 1990 pp 2287–95

amd reg pubd gaz 29 June 1991 pp 1285–305

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(2)

86J[Repealed]

s 86J ins reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

sub reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

om reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

86K[Repealed]

s 86K ins reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

amd reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

om reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

86N[Repealed]

s 86N ins reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1475–7

om reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

Part 4 [Repealed]

pt hdg om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

87[Repealed]

s 87 amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 39

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

87A[Repealed]

s 87A ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 39

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

88[Repealed]

s 88 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

89[Repealed]

s 89 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

90[Repealed]

s 90 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 40

amd 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

91[Repealed]

s 91 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

om 1996 SL No. 230 s 40

92[Repealed]

s 92 amd 1997 SL No. 99 s 42(14); 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

93[Repealed]

s 93 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 41

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

94[Repealed]

s 94 amd 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

Part 5 [Repealed]

pt hdg om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

95[Repealed]

s 95 amd reg pubd gaz 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 10 May 1986 pp 582–6; 1994 SL No. 411 s 2 sch; 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch

sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 42

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

96[Repealed]

s 96 amd 1994 SL No. 411 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

97[Repealed]

s 97 amd 1994 SL No. 411 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

98[Repealed]

s 98 om 1994 SL No. 411 s 13

Part 6 [Repealed]

pt hdg ins reg pubd gaz 23 November 1968 p 1107

sub reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(4)

99[Repealed]

s 99 orig s 99 ins reg pubd gaz 23 November 1968 p 1107

sub reg pubd gaz 11 April 1970 p 1400

om reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

prev s 99 ins reg pubd gaz 16 June 1972 pp 869–72

amd reg pubd gaz 20 October 1973 pp 944–6; 21 December 1974 pp 1595–6; 29 November 1975 pp 1255–9; 2 July 1977 p 1337; 5 August 1978 pp 1595–1604; 29 March 1980 p 1128; 13 March 1982 pp 987–1003; 11 December 1982 p 1734; 6 August 1983 pp 2011–13

sub reg pubd gaz 1 February 1986 pp 406–8

amd reg pubd gaz 19 July 1986 pp 2185–9

sub 1993 SL No. 470 s 9(15)

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(4)

99A[Repealed]

s 99A ins reg pubd gaz 25 June 1988 pp 2469–70

amd reg pubd gaz 22 December 1990 pp 2287–95

om 1993 SL No. 470 s 9(15)

100[Repealed]

s 100 orig s 100 ins reg pubd gaz 23 November 1968 p 1107

sub reg pubd gaz 11 April 1970 p 1400

om reg pubd gaz 24 October 1970 pp 735–6

prev s 100 ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 9(15)

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(4)

101[Repealed]

s 101 ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 9(15)

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(4)

102[Repealed]

s 102 ins 1993 SL No. 470 s 9(15)

om 1999 SL No. 213 s 66(4)

sch 1 amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 17(1)

reloc 1994 SL No. 232 s 17(12)

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 2 sch; 1996 SL No. 88 s 39

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

Schedule 2 [Repealed]

Part 1 [Repealed]

pt hdg om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

1[Repealed]

s 1 amd 1999 SL No. 20 s 5(1)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

Part 2 [Repealed]

pt hdg om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

2[Repealed]

s 2 amd 1999 SL No. 20 s 5(2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

Part 3 [Repealed]

pt hdg om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

3[Repealed]

s 3 om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

4[Repealed]

s 4 sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 43

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

5[Repealed]

s 5 om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

6[Repealed]

s 6 om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

7[Repealed]

s 7 sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 44

amd 1997 SL No. 99 s 43(1)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

8[Repealed]

s 8 sub 1996 SL No. 230 s 44

amd 1997 SL No. 99 s 43(2)–(3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

9[Repealed]

s 9 om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

10[Repealed]

s 10 om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

10A[Repealed]

s 10A ins 1997 SL No. 99 s 43(4)

om 1997 SL No. 440 s 17

11[Repealed]

s 11 amd 1999 SL No. 20 s 5(3)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

12[Repealed]

s 12 sub 1999 SL No. 213 s 67(1)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

Part 4 [Repealed]

pt hdg om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

13[Repealed]

s 13 om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

14[Repealed]

s 14 amd 1997 SL No. 99 s 43(5)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

15[Repealed]

s 15 amd 1996 SL No. 230 s 45(1); 1997 SL No. 99 s 43(6)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

16[Repealed]

s 16 om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

17[Repealed]

s 17 amd 1996 SL No. 230 s 45(2); 1997 SL No. 99 s 43(7)–(8)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

17A[Repealed]

s 17A ins 1998 SL No. 134 s 6

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

17B[Repealed]

s 17B ins 1998 SL No. 134 s 6

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

Part 5 [Repealed]

pt hdg om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

18[Repealed]

s 18 om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

19[Repealed]

s 19 om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

20[Repealed]

s 20 amd 1996 SL No. 230 s 45(3); 1997 SL No. 99 s 43(9); 1999 SL No. 20 s 5(4)

sub 1999 SL No. 213 s 67(2)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

21[Repealed]

s 21 amd 1999 SL No. 20 s 5(5)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

sch 2 ins reg pubd gaz 20 December 1969 pp 1775–6

amd reg pubd gaz 27 November 1971 pp 1477–8; 22 June 1974 pp 1116–20; 24 May 1975 p 660; 3 July 1976 p 1354; 5 August 1978 pp 1595–1604; 5 May 1984 p 174; 1 September 1984 pp 75–6; 13 July 1985 pp 1816–17; 19 July 1986 pp 2185–9; 20 December 1986 p 2423; 31 October 1987 pp 852–4

sub reg pubd gaz 29 June 1991 pp 1285–305

amd 1994 SL No. 232 s 42; 1995 SL No. 18 s 165

sub 1996 SL No. 88 s 50

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 55

Schedule 3 [Repealed]

1[Repealed]

s 1 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

amd reg pubd gaz 31 October 1987 pp 852–4

sub 1992 SL No. 275 s 15(1); 1996 SL No. 88 s 51

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

2[Repealed]

s 2 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

sub 1992 SL No. 275 s 15(1)

om 1996 SL No. 88 s 51

3[Repealed]

s 3 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

sub 1992 SL No. 275 s 15(1)

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

4[Repealed]

s 4 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

om 1997 SL No. 99 s 44

6[Repealed]

s 6 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

om 1997 SL No. 99 s 44

7[Repealed]

s 7 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

sub reg pubd gaz 31 October 1987 pp 852–4

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

8[Repealed]

s 8 ins reg pubd gaz 31 October 1987 pp 852–4

om 1992 SL No. 275 s 15(2)

sch 3 ins reg pubd gaz 6 December 1986 pp 2022–9

amd 1995 SL No. 18 s 166

om 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

SCHEDULE D—CAMERA DETECTED OFFENCE NOTICE

sch D ins reg pubd gaz 8 December 1990 pp 1663–7

om 1994 SL No. 232 s 43

Schedule 4 Fees

section 2

$

1

Application for an order for the closure of a road (Act, s 96(3))

115.35

2

Colour prints of the photographic evidence of a camera-detected offence (Act, s 118)

21.70

3

Application for a disability parking permit (s 61(1)(c))

15.90

4

Permit to carry a sign for business advertising, for each month or part of a month (s 126)

23.40

sch 4 ins 1992 SL No. 139 s 5

sub 1993 SL No. 166 s 3(r) sch 18; 1994 SL No. 166 s 3(r) sch 18

amd 1994 SL No. 176 s 4; 1994 SL No. 232 s 44; 1995 SL No. 18 s 167

sub 1995 SL No. 168 s 3(o) sch 15; 1996 SL No. 114 s 3(d) sch 4

amd 1997 SL No. 99 s 45

sub 1997 SL No. 120 s 3(g) sch 7

amd 1998 SL No. 254 s 3 sch 3; 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

sub 1999 SL No. 299 s 56; 2000 SL No. 89 s 6; 2001 SL No. 57 s 6; 2002 SL No. 112 s 6; 2003 SL No. 106 s 6; 2004 SL No. 54 s 6; 2005 SL No. 91 s 6; 2006 SL No. 90 s 8; 2007 SL No. 83 s 6; 2008 SL No. 131 s 6; 2009 SL No. 64 s 6; 2010 SL No. 100 s 7

amd 2011 SL No. 8 s 9

sub 2011 SL No. 64 s 8; 2012 SL No. 55 s 8; 2013 SL No. 75 s 10; 2014 SL No. 61 s 11; 2015 SL No. 25 s 10

Schedule 5 Prescribed places

section 170A

BaralabaBiloelaBlackwaterBrisbaneBundabergCabooltureCalenCaloundraCapellaCarmilaChildersClermontDuaringaEmeraldFinch HattonGayndahGladstoneGympieHervey BayHolland ParkInalaKingaroyLandsboroughMackayMaroochydoreMaryboroughMiriam ValeMoranbahMount LarcomMouraMurgonNambourNanangoNoosaPetriePomonaProserpineRedcliffeRockhamptonRollestonSandgateSarinaSpringsureSt LawrenceTheodoreToogoolawahWoorabindaWynnumYeppoon

sch 5 ins 1996 SL No. 88 s 52

Schedule 6 Breath analysing instruments and breath test devices

section 183A

Part 1 Types of breath analysing instruments

1A Drager Alcotest 7110, whether or not including the following—
(a)a keyboard;
(b)an appropriate software program;
(c)an external printer.
2An instrument complying with International Recommendation OIML R 126 Edition 1998(E) Evidential Breath Analyzers.

Editor’s note—

OIML—International Organization of Legal Metrology
3An instrument complying with NSC R 126:2000 Pattern Approval Specifications for Evidential Breath Analysers.

Editor’s note—

NSC—National Standards Commission (Australia)
4A Lion intoxilyzer 8000 for which the NMI has issued Approval Certificate No. 16/1/1.

Editor’s note—

NMI—National Measurement Institute

Part 2 Breath testing devices

1A Lion alcolmeter and a mouthpiece.

sch 6 ins 1996 SL No. 88 s 52

amd 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch; 2001 SL No. 110 s 3; 2006 SL No. 173 s 6; 2015 SL No. 160 s 8

Schedule 7 [Repealed]

sch 7 ins 1996 SL No. 88 s 52

amd 1998 SL No. 354 s 3(1) sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 57

Schedule 8 [Repealed]

sch 8 ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 46

plan reloc from s 4, def building line 1996 SL No. 230 s 4(4)

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 57

Schedule 9 [Repealed]

sch 9 ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 46

diagrams reloc from s 21 1996 SL No. 230 s 3 sch

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 57

Schedule 10 Approved photographic detection devices

section 208

Part 1 Analogue redlight camera system

Gatso redlight camera system models GTC-F and RLC 36

Part 2 Analogue speed camera system

Gatso speed camera system model Radar AUS 24

Part 3 ANPR camera system

a camera system that is designed and marketed, or designed and manufactured, as an automatic number plate recognition camera system

Part 4 Digital redlight camera system

Gatso redlight camera system model RLC GSRedflex redlight camera system model RL101

Part 5 Digital speed camera system

Gatso speed camera system models AUS GS, RS-GS2, RS-GS11 and MILLIA GT20Jenoptik speed camera system models TraffiStar S350 and TraffiStar S350MLTI speed camera system model LTI 20-20 TruCAMRedflex speed camera system models MR101 and S103Vitronic speed camera system models PoliScan Speed, PoliScan Speed M1 HP and PoliScan FM1

Part 6 Digital combined redlight and speed camera system

Gatso combined redlight and speed camera system model GTC-GS11Redflex combined redlight and speed camera system models SR101, SR102, SR103, SR104, SR105 and SR106Robot combined redlight and speed camera system models TraffiStar SR420, TraffiStar SR490, TraffiStar SR520 and TraffiStar SR590

Part 7 Digital point-to-point camera system

Gatso point-to-point camera system model MILLIA GT20Redflex point-to-point camera system models P2P101, P2P102, P2P103, P2P104, P2P105 and P2P106

prev sch 10 ins 1996 SL No. 230 s 46

om 1999 SL No. 299 s 57

pres sch 10 ins 2010 SL No. 41 s 9

amd 2011 SL No. 136 s 6; 2014 SL No. 219 s 29; 2015 SL No. 13 s 3

Schedule 11 Data blocks for analogue redlight camera systems and analogue speed camera systems

section 211