Land Transport (Road User) Rule 2004

1.6 Interpretation

In this rule, unless the context otherwise requires,—

agricultural motor vehicle

(a)

means a vehicle that is designed, constructed, or adapted for agricultural purposes; and

(b)

includes—

(i)

an agricultural trailer; and

(ii)

an agricultural tractor; but

(c)

does not include any vehicle that is—

(i)

of a class specified in Table A of Part 2 of the Land Transport Rule: Vehicle Standards Compliance 2002; and

(ii)

designed or constructed for general road use

agricultural purpose

(a)

includes—

(i)

land cultivation:

(ii)

growing and harvesting crops (including horticulture and viticulture):

(iii)

rearing livestock:

(iv)

any land management operation undertaken in connection with—

(A)

the operation or management of a farm; or

(B)

a purpose described in subparagraphs (i) to (iii); but

(b)

does not include forestry, or any land management operation not referred to in paragraph (a)(iv)

agricultural tractor means a vehicle that is designed and constructed principally for the purposes of—

(a)

towing an agricultural trailer; or

(b)

drawing, or powering, an implement ordinarily used for an agricultural purpose

agricultural trailer

(a)

means a trailer that is used principally for agricultural purposes; and

(b)

includes a wheeled agricultural implement, the wheels of which are in contact with the road when the implement is being towed; but

(c)

does not include—

(i)

a trailer that is—

(A)

designed principally for the carriage of goods; and

(B)

operated at a speed exceeding 40 kph; or

(ii)

a logging trailer

all terrain vehicle means a vehicle (with or without motorcycle controls and equipment) that—

(a)

is principally designed for off-road use; and

(b)

has 3 or more wheels; and

(c)

has an engine capacity exceeding 50 ml; and

(d)

has a gross weight of less than 1 000 kg

alley lamp means a work lamp designed primarily to provide a fixed or movable beam of light to the side of a vehicle to which it is fitted

ambulance service means a service that complies with the requirements in NZS 8156:2002 Ambulance Sector Standard

approved, in relation to an appliance, apparatus, device, system, component, equipment, or fitting, means approved by or under the Act, Land Transport Rule: Vehicle Equipment 2004, or any other rule made under the Act

approved disabled person’s parking permit means a disabled person’s parking permit or mobility parking permit—

(a)

issued by CCS Disability Action Incorporated or Sommerville Centre for Special Needs Wanganui Incorporated; or

(b)

approved by the territorial authority having control of the parking area

beacon means a warning lamp comprising 1 or more light sources designed to emit a flashing light or a revolving beam of light

bus means a passenger service vehicle that has more than 9 seating positions (including the driver’s seating position)

bus lane means a lane reserved by a marking or sign installed at the start of the lane and at each point at which the lane resumes after an intersection for the use of—

(a)

buses; and

(b)

cycles, mopeds, and motorcycles (unless 1 or more are specifically excluded by the marking or sign); and

(c)

electric vehicles (if specifically included by the marking or sign)

centre line,—

(a)

in relation to any portion of a roadway not marked with a flush median, means 1 or more broken or solid lines of paint or raised studs (or any combination of those lines and studs) intended to separate opposing traffic:

(b)

in relation to any portion of a roadway marked with a flush median, means the longitudinal white line that forms the left side of the flush median as viewed by a driver facing forward

child restraint includes child seats, booster seats, and seat belts designed specifically to fit children

child safety lock means a device that—

(a)

is installed in a vehicle during the vehicle’s manufacture; and

(b)

prevents a door in the vehicle being opened from inside the vehicle

civil defence emergency vehicle means a vehicle operated under the instructions of a controller appointed under section 10 or section 26 of the Civil Defence Emergency Management Act 2002 in an emergency as defined in section 4 of that Act

controlled intersection means any intersection where the traffic is for the time being controlled by an enforcement officer, a stop sign, a give-way sign, a hand-held stop sign, a roundabout, or traffic signals

cycle

(a)

means a vehicle that has at least 2 wheels and that is designed primarily to be propelled by the muscular energy of the rider; and

(b)

includes a power-assisted cycle

cycle lane means a longitudinal strip within a roadway designed for the passage of cycles

cycle path

(a)

means part of the road that is physically separated from the roadway that is intended for the use of cyclists, but which may be used also by pedestrians; and

(b)

includes a cycle track formed under section 332 of the Local Government Act 1974

daytime running lamp has the same meaning as in Part 2 of the Land Transport Rule: Vehicle Lighting 2004

defence fire brigade has the same meaning as in section 6 of the Fire and Emergency New Zealand Act 2017

defence force emergency vehicle means a vehicle that is—

(a)

operated by the Royal New Zealand Navy Naval Police, the New Zealand Army Military Police, or the Force Protection Branch of the Royal New Zealand Air Force; or

(b)

an improvised explosive device disposal (IEDD) response vehicle operated by the New Zealand Defence Force; or

(c)

a medical response vehicle operated by the New Zealand Defence Force; or

(d)

a counter-terrorism response vehicle operated by the New Zealand Defence Force

delineator means a traffic control device, including a guide post, chevron board, bollard, barrel, or barrier, that is placed on or beside a roadway to guide road users

dipped beam means a beam of light, emitted from a lamp fitted to a vehicle, that is angled downwards in such a way that it prevents undue dazzle or discomfort to oncoming drivers and other road users

dipped-beam headlamp means a headlamp designed to emit a dipped beam; and includes any dipped beam lamp that complies with a vehicle standard for headlamps specified in Schedule 1 of Land Transport Rule 32005: Vehicle Lighting 2004

direction-indicator lamp means a lamp designed to emit a flashing light to signal the intention of the driver to change the direction of the vehicle to the right or to the left

driver means a person driving a vehicle; and includes the rider of an all terrain vehicle, a motorcycle, a moped, a cycle, a mobility device, or a wheeled recreational device

driveway means a place used or appearing to be used as a vehicle entrance to or exit from land fronting a roadway

electric vehicle means a motor vehicle with motive power wholly or partly derived from an external source of electricity

emergency vehicle means a vehicle used for attendance at emergencies and operated—

(a)

by an enforcement officer:

(b)

by an ambulance service:

(c)

as a fire service vehicle:

(d)

as a civil defence emergency vehicle:

(e)

as a defence force emergency vehicle

enforcement officer means—

(a)

a constable:

(b)

a Police employee who is not a constable who is authorised for the purpose by the Commissioner of Police:

(c)

a person who is appointed to that office by warrant under section 208 of the Act or who holds that office by virtue of the Act

fire service vehicle means a vehicle that is—

(a)

owned or operated by Fire and Emergency New Zealand; or

(b)

owned or operated by a defence fire brigade or an industry brigade

flush median, in relation to a portion of a roadway, means an area marked by white diagonal lines for the purpose of separating opposing traffic that is—

(a)

painted along the middle of the roadway; and

(b)

bounded by approximately parallel, longitudinal white lines

fog lamp means a high intensity lamp designed to aid the driver or other road users in conditions of severely reduced visibility, including fog or snow but not including clear atmospheric conditions during the hours of darkness, and that is—

(a)

a front fog lamp; or

(b)

a rear fog lamp

footpath means a path or way principally designed for, and used by, pedestrians; and includes a footbridge

front fog lamp means a fog lamp designed to provide a dipped beam of light to the front of a motor vehicle for the purpose of illuminating the road ahead of that vehicle; and includes any lamp that complies with a vehicle standard for front fog lamps specified in Schedule 1 of Land Transport Rule 32005: Vehicle Lighting 2004

goods vehicle means a motor vehicle that is—

(a)

designed exclusively or principally for the carriage of goods; or

(b)

used for the collection or delivery of goods in the course of trade

half-way, in relation to a roundabout, means a roadway that is straight ahead or substantially straight ahead from the road-way on which a driver enters a roundabout

headlamp,—

(a)

for a vehicle that is not a cycle, means a lamp that is—

(i)

designed to illuminate the road ahead of the vehicle; and

(ii)

a dipped-beam headlamp, a main-beam headlamp, or a combination of the two:

(b)

for a cycle, means a lamp that is—

(i)

forward-facing; and

(ii)

sufficiently brilliant to be visible in normal atmospheric conditions for a distance of at least 100 m when it is switched on

heavy motor vehicle means a motor vehicle that has a gross vehicle mass exceeding 3 500 kg

high-mounted stop lamp means a stop lamp that is designed to be fitted in a central, high-mounted position at the rear of a vehicle

hours of darkness means—

(a)

a period of time between half an hour after sunset on one day and half an hour before sunrise on the next day; or

(b)

any other time when there is not sufficient daylight to render clearly visible a person or vehicle at a distance of 100 m

inspecting organisation has the same meaning as in Part 2 of Land Transport Rule 35001/1: Vehicle Standards Compliance 2002

install means place in position

intersection,—

(a)

in relation to 2 or more intersecting or meeting road-ways, means that area contained within the prolongation or connection of the lateral boundary lines of each roadway; but

(b)

if 2 roadways are separated only by a traffic island or by a median less than 10 m wide, the roadways must be regarded as 1 roadway

lamp means a device designed to emit light; and includes an array of separate light sources that appear as a continuous illuminated surface

lane

(a)

means a longitudinal strip of the roadway intended for the passage of vehicles or a specific class of vehicles that is separated from other parts of the roadway by a longitudinal line or lines of paint or raised studs; and

(b)

includes—

(i)

a cycle lane; and

(ii)

a lane for the use of vehicular traffic that is at least 2.5 m wide; and

(iii)

a lane of a two-way road divided by a centre line

large passenger service vehicle has the same meaning as in section 2(1) of the Act

left side, in relation to a vehicle, means the side to the left of the vehicle when the vehicle is facing forward

level crossing

(a)

means a place where—

(i)

a railway line crosses a road or street on the same level; or

(ii)

the public is permitted to cross a railway line on the same level; and

(b)

includes a bridge used for both rail vehicles and road traffic on the same level; but

(c)

does not include a railway line on a road that is intended solely for the use of light rail vehicles

light motor vehicle means a motor vehicle that has a gross vehicle mass of 3 500 kg or less

light rail vehicle

(a)

means a rail vehicle that is designed to run along a road among other road vehicles and users; and

(b)

includes a tram; but

(c)

does not include—

(i)

a rail vehicle approaching or on a level crossing; or

(ii)

a rail vehicle while it is on a railway line that is not on a road

light rail vehicle lane means a lane reserved for the use of light rail vehicles by a marking or sign installed at the start of the lane (unless the light rail vehicle lane is a continuous loop) and at each point at which the lane resumes after an intersection

lighting equipment means equipment designed both to emit or reflect light and to be fitted to a vehicle; and includes a reflector and reflective material

limit line means a line marked on the surface of the roadway to indicate the place where traffic is required to stop for the purpose of complying with a stop sign, give-way sign, pedestrian crossing, school crossing point, or traffic signal

load

(a)

includes—

(i)

part of a load; and

(ii)

covers, ropes, ties, blocks, tackles, barrows, or other equipment or objects used in the securing or containing of loads on vehicles or the loading or unloading of vehicles, whether or not any other load is on the vehicle; but

(b)

does not include animal wastes discharged from animals being carried on a vehicle at the time of discharge

loading zone means an area of marked roadway designated solely for the purpose of loading or unloading goods or passengers

longitudinal walking beam means a device connecting 2 or more axles to the chassis of a vehicle in such a manner that the vertical force applied by the pressure of the road surface on one of those axles results in a vertical force in the opposite direction applied on another of those axles

main-beam headlamp means a headlamp designed to illuminate the road over a long distance ahead of a vehicle; and includes a driving lamp and any main-beam lamp that complies with a vehicle standard for headlamps specified in Schedule 1 of Land Transport Rule 32005: Vehicle Lighting 2004

marking means a line, symbol, pattern, message, numeral, pavement marker, or other device set in the roadway or applied or attached to the road surface

median means a strip of land that may be part of a road and that separates vehicles travelling in opposite directions

mobile phone

(a)

includes a portable electronic device whose functions include being a telephone:

(b)

does not include a CB radio:

(c)

does not include any other kind of two-way radio:

(d)

does not include an earpiece or mouthpiece that is connected, physically or otherwise, to a mobile phone to allow a driver to use the phone without holding or manipulating it

mobility device means—

(a)

a vehicle that—

(i)

is designed and constructed (not merely adapted) for use by persons who require mobility assistance due to a physical or neurological impairment; and

(ii)

is powered solely by a motor that has a maximum power output not exceeding 1 500 W; or

(b)

a vehicle that the Agency has declared under section 168A(1) of the Land Transport Act 1998 to be a mobility device

moped has the same meaning as in section 2(1) of the Land Transport Act 1998

motor vehicle

(a)

has the same meaning as in section 2(1) of the Act; and

(b)

in Part 5 of this rule, includes a light rail vehicle

motorcycle

(a)

means a motor vehicle running on 2 wheels, or not more than 3 wheels when fitted with a sidecar; and

(b)

includes a vehicle with motorcycle controls that is approved as a motorcycle by the Agency; but

(c)

does not include a moped

motorway has the same meaning as in section 2(1) of the Government Roading Powers Act 1989

multi-lane road means—

(a)

a one-way road with 2 or more marked lanes (other than cycle lanes); or

(b)

a two-way road with 2 or more marked lanes (other than cycle lanes) that—

(i)

are on the side of the dividing line or median where the driver is driving; and

(ii)

are for the use of vehicles travelling in the same direction

normal braking means the level of braking applied to a vehicle that does not lock any of the vehicle’s wheels and permits the vehicle to decelerate without adversely affecting directional control

normal vision means the visual acuity required of a person to obtain and hold a driver licence in accordance with Land Transport (Driver Licensing) Rule 1999

operate, in relation to a vehicle, means to drive or use the vehicle on a road, or to cause or permit the vehicle to be on a road or to be driven on a road, whether or not the person is present with the vehicle

parking means,—

(a)

in relation to a portion of a road where parking is for the time being governed by the location of parking machines placed under the authority of a bylaw of a local authority, the stopping or standing of a vehicle on that portion of the road for any period exceeding 5 minutes:

(b)

in relation to any other portion of a road, the stopping or standing of a vehicle (other than a vehicle picking up or setting down passengers in a loading zone or reserved parking area, and entitled to do so) on that portion of the road

parking warden means a parking warden appointed under section 128D of the Land Transport Act 1998

passenger service vehicle has the same meaning as in section 2(1) of the Act

pedestrian

(a)

means a person on foot on a road; and

(b)

includes a person in or on a contrivance equipped with wheels or revolving runners that is not a vehicle

pedestrian crossing means a pedestrian crossing duly established and marked on a roadway in accordance with clause 8.2 of Land Transport Rule 54002: Traffic Control Devices 2004

pilot vehicle means a motor vehicle that—

(a)

escorts an overdimension or overweight motor vehicle; and

(b)

warns road users of the potential hazard created by the overdimension or overweight motor vehicle or its load or both

position lamp means a low intensity lamp that is designed to indicate to other road users the presence and dimensions of a vehicle, being—

(a)

a forward-facing position lamp; or

(b)

a rearward-facing position lamp; or

(c)

a side-marker lamp; or

(d)

an end-outline marker lamp

power-assisted cycle means a cycle to which is attached 1 or more auxiliary propulsion motors that have a combined maximum power output not exceeding 300 W

public holiday means a day specified as a public holiday in section 44(1) of the Holidays Act 2003

rail vehicle

(a)

means any vehicle that operates on, or uses, a railway line; and

(b)

includes a locomotive, rail carriage, rail wagon, railcar, light rail vehicle, rail maintenance vehicle (whether or not self-propelled), and any other vehicle prescribed as a rail vehicle by any enactment; but

(c)

does not include a vehicle designed to operate both on and off rails while it is not operating on rails

rear fog lamp means a fog lamp designed to indicate to other road users the presence of the rear of the vehicle

reflective material (or retroreflective material) means any material that is designed to reflect incident light back towards the light source or in a specific direction; but does not include a reflector

reflector (or retroreflector) means a discrete item of lighting equipment that is designed to reflect incident light back towards the light source; but does not include reflective material

rider means a person riding an animal, an all terrain vehicle, a motorcycle, a moped, a cycle, a mobility device, or a wheeled recreational device

right side, in relation to a vehicle, means the side to the right of the vehicle when the vehicle is facing forward

road includes—

(a)

a street; and

(b)

a motorway; and

(c)

a beach; and

(d)

a place to which the public have access, whether as of right or not; and

(e)

all bridges, culverts, ferries, and fords forming part of a road or street or motorway or a place referred to in paragraph (d); and

(f)

all sites at which vehicles may be weighed for the purposes of the Act or any other enactment

road controlling authority, in relation to a road,—

(a)

means the authority, body, or person or persons having control of the road; and

(b)

includes a person acting under and within the terms of any delegation or authorisation given by the controlling authority

road margin includes any uncultivated margin of a road adjacent to but not forming part of either the roadway or the footpath (if any)

road user means a driver, rider, passenger, or pedestrian

roadway means that portion of the road used or reasonably usable for the time being for vehicular traffic in general

roundabout means an intersection with 1 or more marked lanes or lines of traffic, all of which are for the use of vehicles travelling in a clockwise direction around a central traffic island

safe stopping distance means the minimum distance required for a driver of normal vision, driving at a safe operating speed for the road, to recognise a hazard and decelerate with normal braking to stop completely before reaching the hazard

safety chain means a chain or steel wire rope running from the rear of a vehicle to the front of a trailer for the purposes of—

(a)

retaining the link between the vehicle and the trailer; and

(b)

restricting the movement of the trailer if the coupling fails

safety zone means a portion of roadway—

(a)

indicated by a structure installed on the roadway; and

(b)

that has, near the end first met by approaching vehicles travelling along the side of the roadway on which the safety zone is established, a sign displaying to approaching drivers the words “Safety Zone”

scene lamp means a work lamp designed to provide a fixed or movable beam of light to illuminate the area around a vehicle or the vehicle itself

school bus

(a)

means a bus that is being used, whether or not for hire or reward,—

(i)

for transporting school children to or from school with or without their teachers; or

(ii)

principally for transporting school children to or from a school function; but

(b)

does not include a bus that—

(i)

is being used principally for transporting school children to or from a school function; and

(ii)

is carrying no more passengers than the seated capacity specified in the bus’s certificate of loading; and

(iii)

is not displaying a school bus sign

school bus sign means a sign required by clause 4.4(14) of Land Transport Rule: Traffic Control Devices 2004

school crossing point means a school crossing point established in accordance with clause 8.4 of Land Transport Rule 54002: Traffic Control Devices 2004

service brake means a brake for intermittent use that is designed for the purpose of slowing down and stopping a vehicle

shared zone means a length of roadway intended to be used by pedestrians and vehicles

signalling device means a vehicle lamp by means of which the driver can indicate the driver’s manoeuvring intentions; and includes a stop lamp and a direction-indicator lamp

small passenger service vehicle has the same meaning as in section 2(1) of the Act

special signal for pedestrians means a signal to pedestrians, riders of mobility devices, and riders of wheeled recreational devices

special vehicle lane means a lane defined by signs or markings as restricted to a specified class or classes of vehicle; and includes a bus lane, a transit lane, a cycle lane, and a light rail vehicle lane

specified school bus sign means the sign specified as W17–1.3 in Schedule 1 of Land Transport Rule: Traffic Control Devices 2004 (symbolic children plus flashing lights)

static roll threshold has the same meaning as the term Static Roll Threshold (SRT) in Part 2 of Land Transport Rule 41001: Vehicle Dimensions and Mass 2002

static roll threshold compliance certificate means the document referred to in paragraph 3.6(1)(b) of Land Transport Rule 41001: Vehicle Dimensions and Mass 2002

stop lamp means a lamp that is designed to operate when the service brake is activated

territorial authority has the same meaning as in section 5 of the Local Government Act 2002

towing connection

(a)

means the combination of components that enables 1 vehicle to tow or be towed by another vehicle; and

(b)

includes a drawbar and its associated safety chain or chains; and

(c)

includes a drawbeam and coupling and their associated safety chain or chains; and

(d)

includes a towbar and its associated safety chain or chains

traction engine means a vehicle that—

(a)

is propelled by steam power; and

(b)

is not a rail service vehicle within the meaning of section 2(1) of Transport Services Licensing Act 1989; and

(c)

is not designed for the carriage of goods or persons other than the driver and, if appropriate, other persons involved in its operation

tractor means a motor vehicle (other than a traction engine) constructed principally for towing an agricultural trailer or powering agricultural implements

traffic control device has the same meaning as in Part 2 of Land Transport Rule 54002: Traffic Control Devices 2004

traffic island means a defined area within a roadway, which may be flush with the roadway or raised, and from which vehicular traffic is intended to be excluded

traffic sign means a traffic control device prescribed by Part 2 of Land Transport Rule 54002: Traffic Control Devices 2004

traffic signal means a set of illuminated displays complying with section 6 of Land Transport Rule 54002: Traffic Control Devices 2004

trailer

(a)

means a vehicle without motive power that is capable of being drawn or propelled by a vehicle from which it is readily detachable; but

(b)

does not include—

(i)

a sidecar attached to a motorcycle; or

(ii)

a vehicle normally propelled by mechanical power while it is being temporarily towed without the use of its own power

transit lane means a lane reserved for the use of—

(a)

the following (unless specifically excluded by a sign installed at the start of the lane):

(i)

passenger service vehicles:

(ii)

motor vehicles carrying not less than the number of persons (including the driver) specified on the sign:

(iii)

cycles:

(iv)

motorcycles:

(v)

mopeds; and

(b)

electric vehicles (if specifically included by a sign installed at the start of the lane)

turn means to change direction; but if a roadway is marked with a centre line to show the normal path of vehicles,—

(a)

a vehicle must be regarded as having turned if it leaves that path to enter another roadway or driveway or joins that path from another roadway or driveway; and

(b)

a vehicle following the markings must not be regarded as having turned even though an intersection occurs at a point where the markings are laid out in a curve

uncontrolled intersection means any intersection at which the traffic is not for the time being controlled by an enforcement officer, a stop sign, a give-way sign, a hand-held stop sign, a roundabout, or traffic signals

UN/ECE is an abbreviation for a regulation of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe

use, in relation to a vehicle, includes—

(a)

driving, drawing, or propelling on a road by means of another vehicle; and

(b)

permitting to be on a road

vehicle has the same meaning as in section 2(1) of the Act

vehicle inspector has the same meaning as in Part 2 of Land Transport Rule 35001/1: Vehicle Standards Compliance 2002

vehicle recovery service vehicle has the same meaning as in section 2(1) of the Act

visible means able to be seen from a safe stopping distance

wheeled recreational device

(a)

means a vehicle that is a wheeled conveyance (other than a cycle that has a wheel diameter exceeding 355 mm) and that is propelled by human power or gravity; and

(b)

includes a conveyance to which are attached 1 or more auxiliary propulsion motors that have a combined maximum power output not exceeding 300 W

work lamp means a high intensity lamp, which is not necessary for the operation of the vehicle, but is designed to illuminate a work area or scene; and includes—

(a)

a scene lamp; and

(b)

a spot lamp; and

(c)

an alley lamp.

Clause 1.6 agricultural motor vehicle: inserted, on 1 June 2013, by clause 6(1) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2013 (SR 2013/101).

Clause 1.6 agricultural purpose: inserted, on 1 June 2013, by clause 6(1) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2013 (SR 2013/101).

Clause 1.6 agricultural tractor: inserted, on 1 June 2013, by clause 6(1) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2013 (SR 2013/101).

Clause 1.6 agricultural trailer: inserted, on 1 June 2013, by clause 6(1) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2013 (SR 2013/101).

Clause 1.6 all terrain vehicle: amended, on 1 June 2013, by clause 6(2) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2013 (SR 2013/101).

Clause 1.6 approved: amended, on 1 November 2013, by clause 6(1) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule (No 2) 2013 (SR 2013/278).

Clause 1.6 approved disabled person’s parking permit: inserted, on 17 January 2008, by clause 6 of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule (No 2) 2007 (SR 2008/2).

Clause 1.6 bus lane paragraph (b): substituted, on 15 September 2005, by clause 5(1) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2005 (SR 2005/239).

Clause 1.6 bus lane paragraph (b): amended, on 1 September 2017, by clause 6(2) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2017 (LI 2017/171).

Clause 1.6 bus lane paragraph (b): amended, on 1 November 2014, by clause 6 of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2014 (LI 2014/285).

Clause 1.6 bus lane paragraph (c): inserted, on 1 September 2017, by clause 6(3) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2017 (LI 2017/171).

Clause 1.6 child restraint: inserted, on 1 November 2013, by clause 6(2) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule (No 2) 2013 (SR 2013/278).

Clause 1.6 child safety lock: inserted, on 1 November 2009, by clause 6(1) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2009 (SR 2009/253).

Clause 1.6 daytime running lamp: inserted, on 1 November 2009, by clause 6(1) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2009 (SR 2009/253).

Clause 1.6 defence fire brigade: amended, on 1 July 2017, by section 197 of the Fire and Emergency New Zealand Act 2017 (2017 No 17).

Clause 1.6 defence force emergency vehicle: replaced, on 1 November 2012, by clause 6(1) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2012 (SR 2012/303).

Clause 1.6 defence force emergency vehicle paragraph (b): amended, on 1 December 2016, by clause 6(a) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2016 (LI 2016/251).

Clause 1.6 defence force emergency vehicle paragraph (c): amended, on 1 December 2016, by clause 6(b) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2016 (LI 2016/251).

Clause 1.6 defence force emergency vehicle paragraph (d): inserted, on 1 December 2016, by clause 6(c) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2016 (LI 2016/251).

Clause 1.6 Director: revoked, on 1 August 2008, by section 50(2) of the Land Transport Management Amendment Act 2008 (2008 No 47).

Clause 1.6 electric vehicle: inserted, on 1 September 2017, by clause 6(1) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2017 (LI 2017/171).

Clause 1.6 enforcement officer paragraph (a): amended, on 1 October 2008, pursuant to section 116(a)(vii) of the Policing Act 2008 (2008 No 72).

Clause 1.6 enforcement officer paragraph (b): amended, on 1 October 2008, pursuant to section 116(d) of the Policing Act 2008 (2008 No 72).

Clause 1.6 Fire Authority: revoked, on 1 July 2017, by section 197 of the Fire and Emergency New Zealand Act 2017 (2017 No 17).

Clause 1.6 fire service vehicle: replaced, on 1 July 2017, by section 197 of the Fire and Emergency New Zealand Act 2017 (2017 No 17).

Clause 1.6 headlamp: substituted, on 1 November 2009, by clause 6(2) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2009 (SR 2009/253).

Clause 1.6 large passenger service vehicle: inserted, on 1 November 2009, by clause 6(1) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2009 (SR 2009/253).

Clause 1.6 mobile phone: inserted, on 1 November 2009, by clause 6(1) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2009 (SR 2009/253).

Clause 1.6 mobility device: substituted, on 22 June 2005, by section 95(10) of the Land Transport Amendment Act 2005 (2005 No 77).

Clause 1.6 mobility device paragraph (b): amended, on 1 August 2008, by section 50(2) of the Land Transport Management Amendment Act 2008 (2008 No 47).

Clause 1.6 moped: substituted, on 1 May 2011, by section 35(6) of the Land Transport Amendment Act 2009 (2009 No 17).

Clause 1.6 moped: amended, on 1 November 2012, by clause 6(2) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2012 (SR 2012/303).

Clause 1.6 motor vehicle: substituted, on 1 November 2009, by clause 6(3) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2009 (SR 2009/253).

Clause 1.6 motor vehicle paragraph (b): amended, on 1 November 2012, by clause 6(3) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2012 (SR 2012/303).

Clause 1.6 motorcycle paragraph (b): amended, on 1 August 2008, by section 50(2) of the Land Transport Management Amendment Act 2008 (2008 No 47).

Clause 1.6 motorway: amended, on 1 August 2008, by section 50(2) of the Land Transport Management Amendment Act 2008 (2008 No 47).

Clause 1.6 parking: amended, on 1 October 2011, by clause 6(1) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2011 (SR 2011/307).

Clause 1.6 parking warden: amended, on 10 May 2011, by section 100(3) of the Land Transport (Road Safety and Other Matters) Amendment Act 2011 (2011 No 13).

Clause 1.6 passenger service vehicle: amended, on 22 June 2005, by section 95(10) of the Land Transport Amendment Act 2005 (2005 No 77).

Clause 1.6 power-assisted cycle: amended, on 22 June 2005, by section 95(10) of the Land Transport Amendment Act 2005 (2005 No 77).

Clause 1.6 safety chain: inserted, on 1 November 2009, by clause 6(1) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2009 (SR 2009/253).

Clause 1.6 safety chain paragraph (b): amended, on 1 November 2012, by clause 6(4) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2012 (SR 2012/303).

Clause 1.6 school bus: substituted, on 1 October 2011, by clause 6(2) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2011 (SR 2011/307).

Clause 1.6 school bus paragraph (b)(ii): amended, on 1 January 2014, by rule 6(1) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule (No 3) 2013 (SR 2013/460).

Clause 1.6 school bus paragraph (b)(iii): inserted, on 1 January 2014, by rule 6(2) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule (No 3) 2013 (SR 2013/460).

Clause 1.6 school bus sign: inserted, on 1 October 2011, by clause 6(3) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2011 (SR 2011/307).

Clause 1.6 service brake: inserted, on 1 October 2007, by clause 6(1) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2007 (SR 2007/240).

Clause 1.6 small passenger service vehicle: inserted, on 1 November 2009, by clause 6(1) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2009 (SR 2009/253).

Clause 1.6 special signal for pedestrians: inserted, on 1 November 2009, by clause 6(1) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2009 (SR 2009/253).

Clause 1.6 specified school bus sign: inserted, on 1 October 2011, by clause 6(3) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2011 (SR 2011/307).

Clause 1.6 stop lamp: substituted, on 1 October 2007, by clause 6(2) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2007 (SR 2007/240).

Clause 1.6 territorial authority: inserted, on 17 January 2008, by clause 6 of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule (No 2) 2007 (SR 2008/2).

Clause 1.6 towing connection: inserted, on 1 November 2009, by clause 6(1) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2009 (SR 2009/253).

Clause 1.6 transit lane: replaced, on 1 September 2017, by clause 6(4) of the Land Transport (Road User) Amendment Rule 2017 (LI 2017/171).

Clause 1.6 vehicle recovery service vehicle: amended, on 22 June 2005, by section 95(10) of the Land Transport Amendment Act 2005 (2005 No 77).

Clause 1.6 wheeled recreational device paragraph (b): amended, on 22 June 2005, by section 95(10) of the Land Transport Amendment Act 2005 (2005 No 77).