(1) An enforcement officer who believes on reasonable grounds that a person has committed or is committing an infringement offence may serve an infringement notice on the person.
(2) An infringement notice may be served—
(b) by sending it, or a copy of it, by post, addressed to the person at the person's last known place of residence or business; or
(c) if the person is a holder of a land transport document, by sending it, or a copy of it, by post to the person at his or her last address provided for the purposes of that document; or
(d) if a vehicle was used or is being used in the commission of the infringement offence, by attaching it, or a copy of it, to the vehicle.
(4) In subsection (2)(c), land transport document means a licence, permit, approval, authorisation, exemption, certificate, or similar document issued under one of the following Acts:
(5) An infringement notice must be in the prescribed form and contain the following particulars:
(6) If there is no prescribed form for the purposes of subsection (5), an infringement notice must be in the form set out in Schedule 2.