Land Transport (Offences and Penalties) Amendment Regulations 2004

2004/448

Land Transport (Offences and Penalties) Amendment Regulations 2004


Note

These regulations are administered in the Ministry of Transport.


Pursuant to sections 167 and 218 of the Land Transport Act 1998, Her Excellency the Governor-General, acting on the advice and with the consent of the Executive Council, makes the following regulations.

1 Title
2 Commencement
  • These regulations come into force on 27 February 2005.

3 Interpretation
  • (1) Regulation 2(3) of the principal regulations is amended by inserting, after the words Schedule 1, the words , and the first column of Schedule 1A and Schedule 1B,.

    (2) Regulation 2(4) of the principal regulations is amended by inserting, after the words Schedule 1, the words , and the first column of Schedule 1A and Schedule 1B,.

4 Overloading offences
  • The principal regulations are amended by revoking regulation 2A(b), and substituting the following paragraph:

    • (b) specified in Schedule 1A or Part 3 of Schedule 1B.

5 Summary offences and penalties
  • (1) The principal regulations are amended by revoking regulation 3(2)(a), and substituting the following paragraph:

    • (a) in the case of an individual,—

      • (i) to a fine not exceeding the amount specified in relation to that offence in the third column of Schedule 1; or

      • (ii) to a fine of the amount determined by the relevant scale set out in Schedule 1A (as referenced in the third column of Schedule 1):.

    (2) The principal regulations are amended by revoking regulation 3(2)(b), and substituting the following paragraph:

    • (b) in the case of a body corporate,—

      • (i) to a fine not exceeding the amount specified in relation to that offence in the fourth column of Schedule 1; or

      • (ii) to a fine of the amount determined by the relevant scale set out in Schedule 1A (as referenced in the fourth column of Schedule 1).

    (3) Regulation 3(3) of the principal regulations is revoked.

    (4) Regulation 3(4) of the principal regulations is amended by omitting the words 3 of Schedule 2 of the Transport Act 1962, and substituting the words 3 of Schedule 1B.

6 Infringement offences
  • (1) Regulation 4(2)(a) of the principal regulations is amended by adding the words or the amount determined by the relevant scale set out in Schedule 1B (as referenced in the third column of Schedule 1).

    (2) Regulation 4(2)(b) of the principal regulations is amended by adding the words or the amount determined by the relevant scale set out in Schedule 1B (as referenced in the fourth column of Schedule 1).

    (3) Regulation 4(4) of the principal regulations is revoked.

    (4) Regulation 4(5) of the principal regulations is amended by omitting the words Part 2 of Schedule 2 of the Transport Act 1962, and substituting the words Part 2 of Schedule 1B.

    (5) Regulations 4(6) of the principal regulations is amended by—

    • (a) inserting, after the words breach of', the words section 43 of the Land Transport Act 1998 or ; and

    • (b) omitting the words Part 3 of Schedule 2 of the Transport Act 1962, and substituting the words Part 3 of Schedule 1B.

    (6) Regulation 4 of the principal regulations is amended by adding the following subclause:

    • (7) If expenses are incurred by an enforcement authority in respect of the movement or proposed movement under section 113(2)(c) of the Land Transport Act 1998 or section 68BA(2)(b) of the Transport Act 1962 of the vehicle involved in the offence (whether or not the vehicle is in fact moved), the infringement fee is the total of—

      • (a) the amount specified Schedule 1 or Schedule 1B in respect of the offence; and

      • (b) the amount of the appropriate towage fee (including any goods and services tax payable in respect of the towage fee).

7 New regulation 4A inserted
  • The principal regulations are amended by inserting, after regulation 4, the following regulation:

    4A Proceedings under clause 8.9(1) of Land Transport (Road User) Rule 2004
    • Despite anything in these regulations, a person may not be subject to proceedings with respect to a breach of clause 8.9(1) of the Land Transport (Road User) Rule 2004 if that person is, with respect to the same facts, being proceeded against for a breach of another provision of a rule.

8 Demerit points
  • (1) Regulation 6(1) of the principal regulations is amended by omitting the expression 3 May 1999. and substituting the expression 27 February 2005.

    (2) Regulation 6 of the principal regulations is amended by adding the following subclause:

    • (3) To avoid doubt, demerit points may only be recorded in respect an offence that—

      • (a) is described in Schedule 2; and

      • (b) concerns the driving of a motor vehicle (other than an offence detected by approved vehicle surveillance equipment).

9 New Schedules 1, 1A, and 1B substituted
  • The principal regulations are amended by revoking Schedule 1, and substituting the Schedules 1, 1A, and 1B set out in Schedules 1 to 3 respectively.

10 Schedule 2 amended
  • Schedule 2 of the principal regulations is amended by omitting item 2, and substituting the item set out in Schedule 4.


Schedule 1
New Schedule 1 inserted in principal regulations

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Schedule 1
Offence provisions and penalties

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ProvisionBrief descriptionMaximum penalty on summary conviction for individual ($)Maximum penalty on summary conviction for body corporate ($)Infringement fee for individual ($)Infringement fee for body corporate ($)
Dangerous Goods 1999 (45001):     
10.1(1)Person or organisation involved in activity related to transport of dangerous goods must undertake activity safely and in compliance with Dangerous Goods rule2,50010,0005001,000
10.1(2)Person or organisation not specified in sections 10.2 to 10.6 of the rules but involved in activity relating to transport of dangerous goods must comply with relevant requirements of Dangerous Goods rule2,50010,0005001,000
10.1(3)(a)Person or organisation transporting dangerous goods must comply with requirements in section 2 of the rules relating to dangerous goods in limited quantities, consumer commodities, small packages, routine diagnostic specimens, and low-risk biological products2,50010,0005001,000
10.1(3)(b)Person or organisation transporting dangerous goods must comply with requirements in section 2 of the rules relating to dangerous goods transported for use as tools-of-trade, for agricultural use, or for a commercial purpose, but not transported for hire or direct reward2,50010,000250750
10.1(3)(c)Person or organisation transporting dangerous goods must comply with requirements in section 2 of the rules relating to dangerous goods transported for domestic or recreational purposes, but not transported for hire or direct reward2,50010,000150500
10.1(4)Person or organisation transporting dangerous goods must not continue to transport those goods if the packaging they are contained in is leaking7,50037,5001,5007,500
10.1(5)Person or organisation not transporting dangerous goods must not display on a vehicle labels, placards, or markings that identify or may be mistaken for labels, placards, or markings that identify dangerous goods2,50010,000150500
10.2(a)Consignor of dangerous goods for transport must ensure that dangerous goods are properly packaged5,00025,0001,0005,000
10.2(b)(i)Consignor of dangerous goods for transport must ensure that packages of dangerous goods display labels and marks to identify the goods as dangerous goods10,00050,0002,00010,000
10.2(b)(ii)Consignor of dangerous goods for transport must ensure that packages of dangerous goods display the correct labels and marks5,00025,0001,0005,000
10.2(c)(i)Consignor of dangerous goods for transport must ensure that required dangerous goods documentation is provided10,00050,0002,00010,000
10.2(c)(ii)Consignor of dangerous goods for transport must ensure that required dangerous goods documentation contains the correct information5,00025,0001,0005,000
10.2(d)Consignor of dangerous goods for transport must ensure that required emergency response information is supplied5,00025,0001,0005,000
10.2(e)Consignor of dangerous goods for transport must ensure dangerous goods documentation is passed to the next person responsible for the transport or handling of the dangerous goods7,50037,5001,5007,500
10.3(a)Person who loads vehicle or freight container used to transport dangerous goods must ensure condition of packaging, labelling, and marking is checked for obvious defects2,50010,000250750
10.3(b)Person who loads vehicle or freight container used to transport dangerous goods must ensure that required load plan, or container, or vehicle packing certificate is prepared5,00025,0001,0005,000
10.3(c)Person who loads vehicle or freight container used to transport dangerous goods must ensure compliance with any special loading instructions in dangerous goods documentation5,00025,0001,0005,000
10.3(d)Person who loads vehicle or freight container used to transport dangerous goods must ensure mixed loads are segregated5,00025,0001,0005,000
10.3(e)Person who loads vehicle or freight container used to transport dangerous goods must ensure that vehicle or freight container is placarded5,00025,0001,0005,000
10.3(f)Person who loads vehicle or freight container used to transport dangerous goods must ensure the vehicle is securely loaded3,50015,0007502,500
10.3(g)Person who loads vehicle or freight container used to transport dangerous goods must have undergone specific training on the transport of dangerous goods2,50010,0005001,000
10.3(h)Person who loads vehicle or freight container used to transport dangerous goods must ensure dangerous goods documentation is passed to the next person responsible for the transport or handling of the dangerous goods7,50037,5001,5007,500
10.4(a)(i)Driver or operator of road vehicle transporting dangerous goods must ensure the vehicle or load is placarded to indicate that it contains dangerous goods7,50037,5001,5007,500
10.4(a)(ii)Diver or operator of road vehicle transporting dangerous goods must ensure placards are affixed in the correct position on the vehicle or load3,50015,0007502,500
10.4(a)(iii)Driver or operator of road vehicle transporting dangerous goods must ensure the correct placards are displayed for the classes or divisions of goods loaded on the vehicle5,00025,0001,0005,000
10.4(b)(i)Driver or operator of road vehicle transporting dangerous goods must ensure the vehicle is not parked for more than 18 hours unless it is in depot2,50010,0005001,000
10.4(b)(ii)Driver or operator of road vehicle transporting dangerous goods must ensure vehicle is securely loaded3,50015,0007502,500
10.4(b)(iii)Driver or operator of road vehicle transporting dangerous goods must ensure required emergency response information is carried2,50010,0005001,000
10.4(b)(iv)Driver or operator of road vehicle transporting dangerous goods must ensure vehicle stops at railway level crossings2,50010,0005001,000
10.4(c)Driver or operator of road vehicle transporting dangerous goods must have undergone specific training on the transport of dangerous goods2,50010,0005001,000
10.4(e)(i)Driver or operator of road vehicle transporting dangerous goods must ensure dangerous goods documentation is carried2,50010,0007501,500
104(e)(ii)Driver or operator of road vehicle transporting dangerous goods must ensure dangerous goods documentation is secured in dangerous goods holder2,50010,0007501,500
10.4(e)(iii)Driver or operator of road vehicle transporting dangerous goods must ensure dangerous goods documentation is made available to dangerous goods enforcement officer or emergency services personnel if required2,50010,0007501,500
10.4(e)(iv)Driver or operator of road vehicle transporting dangerous goods must ensure dangerous goods documentation is passed to the next person responsible for the transport or the handling of the dangerous goods7,50037,5001,5007,500
10.4(f)Driver or operator of road vehicle transporting dangerous goods must ensure Schedule of Quantities is amended to record collection or delivery of dangerous goods2,50010,000250750
10.4(g)Driver or operator of road vehicle transporting dangerous goods must ensure load plan is amended to record delivery or collection of dangerous goods and other goods from which dangerous goods must be segregated2,50010,000250750
10.5(a)Driver or operator of rail service vehicle transporting dangerous goods must have undergone specific training on the transport of dangerous goods2,50010,0005001,000
10.5(b)(i)Driver or operator of rail service vehicle transporting dangerous goods must ensure dangerous goods documentation is carried2,50010,0007501,500
10.5(b)(ii)Driver or operator of rail service vehicle transporting dangerous goods must ensure dangerous goods documentation is secured in dangerous goods holder2,50010,0007501,500
10.5(b)(iii)Driver or operator of rail service vehicle transporting dangerous goods must ensure dangerous goods documentation is made available to dangerous goods enforcement officer or emergency services personnel if required2,50010,0007501,500
10.5(b)(iv)Driver or operator of rail service vehicle transporting dangerous goods must ensure dangerous goods documentation is passed to the next person responsible for the transport or handling of the dangerous goods7,50037,5001,5007,500
10.6Person or organisation employing person to carry out activity related to transport of dangerous goods must ensure employee complies with Dangerous Goods rule5,00025,0001,0005,000
Door Retention Systems 2001 (32001/1):     
4.1Responsibilities of operators500500150150
4.2Responsibilities of repairers500500370370
4.3Responsibilities of modifiers500500370370
4.4Responsibilities of certifiers500500370370
4.5Responsibilities of manufacturers and retailers500500370370
External Projections 2001 (32008/1):     
4.1Responsibilities of operators500500150150
4.2Responsibilities of repairers500500370370
4.3Responsibilities of modifiers500500370370
4.4Responsibilities of certifiers500500370370
4.5Responsibilities of manufacturers and retailers500500370370
Frontal Impact 2001 (32006/1):     
4.1Responsibilities of operators500500150150
4.2Responsibilities of repairers500500370370
4.3Responsibilities of modifiers500500370370
4.4Responsibilities of certifiers500500370370
4.5Responsibilities of manufacturers and retailers500500370370
Glazing. Windscreen Wipe and Wash, and Mirrors 1999 (32012/1):     
7.1Responsibilities of operators500500150150
7.2Responsibilities of repairers500500370370
7.3Responsibilities of modifiers500500370370
7.4Responsibilities of certifiers500500370370
7.5Responsibilities of manufacturers and retailers500500370370
Head Restraints 2001 (32010/1):     
4.1Responsibilities of operators500500150150
4.2Responsibilities of repairers500500370370
4.3Responsibilities of modifiers500500370370
4.4Responsibilities of certifiers500500370370
4.5Responsibilities of manufacturers and retailers500500370370
Heavy Vehicles 2004 (31002):     
8.1Responsibilities of operators500500150150
8.2Responsibilities of repairers500500370370
8.3Responsibilities of modifiers500500370370
8.4Responsibilities of inspectors and inspecting organisations500500370370
8.5Responsibilities of manufacturers and retailers500500370370
Interior Impact 2001 (32002/1):     
4.1Responsibilities of operators500500150150
4.2Responsibilities of repairers500500370370
4.3Responsibilities of modifiers500500370370
4.4Responsibilities of certifiers500500370370
4.5Responsibilities of manufacturers and retailers500500370370
Land Transport (Driver Licensing) Rule 1999 (91001):     
37(2)Person must surrender driver identification card as and when required under the Driver Licensing rule500---
105Person must not deface, alter, or tamper with the characteristics, or features of, or information displayed on, a driver licence or driver identification card500---
Land Transport (Road User) Rule 2004 (61001):     
2.1(1)Fail to drive as near as practicable to the left of the roadway1,000-150-
2.1(2)Fail to allow impeded traffic to pass1,000-150-
2.2(2)(a)Fail to move into slow vehicle bay1,000-150-
2.2(2)(b)Fail to continue in slow vehicle bay1,000-150-
2.3(1)(a)Use of unavailable lane1,000-150 
2.3(1)(b)Use of lane to right of centre line unless passing1,000-150-
2.3(1)(c)(i)Use of right-hand lane of 3-lane roadway1,000-150-
2.3(1)(c)(ii)Inappropriate use of centre lane of 3-lane roadway1,000-150-
2.3(1)(d)Use of lane to right of no passing lane1,000-150-
2.3(1)(e)Use of area to right of traffic cones or other delineators1,000-150-
ProvisionBrief descriptionMaximum penalty on summary conviction for individual ($)Maximum penalty on summary conviction for body corporate ($)Infringement fee for individual ($)Infringement fee for body corporate ($)
2.3(1)(f)Unauthorised use of special vehicle lane1,000-150-
2.3(2)(a)Fail to drive within lane1,000-150-
2.3(2)(b)Unsafe manoeuvre from lane1,000-150-
2.3(5)Impede progress of light rail vehicle by turning across track or safety zone1,000-150-
2.4Inappropriate use of marked lane at intersection1,000-150-
2.5(1)(a)Fail to move to left before turning left1,000-150-
2.5(1)(b)Fail to keep to left when turning left1,000-150-
2.5(2)(a)Fail to move to right before turning right1,000-150-
2.5(2)(b)Fail to turn directly when turning right1,000-150-
2.6(1)Unsafe passing1,000-150-
2.6(3)Impeding vehicle when passing1,000-150-
2.7(a)Unauthorised pass on right at intersection1,000-150-
2.7(b)Unauthorised pass on right at flush median1,000-150-
2.8Unauthorised pass on left1,000-150-
2.9Pass to right of no-passing line1,000-150-
2.1Pass vehicle at school crossing point or pedestrian crossing1,000-150-
2.11(1)Pass vehicle stopped at level crossing1,000-150-
2.11(2)Unauthorised pass of vehicle at or within 60 m of level crossing1,000-150-
2.12(1)Enter motorway at a speed or manner that creates danger1,000-150-
2.12(2)Stop or park on motorway1,000-150-
2.12(3)Drive in emergency stopping lane1,000-150-
2.12(4)Reverse or U-turn on motorway1,000-150-
2.13Drive motor vehicle along footpath1,000-150-
2.14Drive on lawn etc, adjacent to or part of road1,000-150-
3.2(1)(b)(i)Driver facing green disc signal fails to proceed with due regard for safety1,000-150-
3.2(1)(b)(ii)Driver facing green disc signal fails to give way to pedestrians lawfully crossing roadway1,000-150-
3.2(1)(b)(iii)Driver turning at green disc signal fails to give way to motor vehicles and cycles lawfully proceeding straight ahead1,000-150-
3.2(1)(c)Driver facing green disc signal and turning left fails to give way to traffic approaching from the opposite direction and turning right1,000-150-
3.2(4)(a)Driver enters controlled area when yellow signal displayed1,000-150-
3.2(4)(b)Pedestrian enters roadway when yellow signal displayed unless special signal displayed10---
3.2(5)(a)Driver of vehicle enters controlled area when red signal displayed1,000-150-
3.2(5)(a)Cyclist enters controlled area beyond cycle limit line when red signal displayed1,000-150-
3.2(5)(b)Pedestrian enters roadway when red signal displayed unless special signal displayed10---
3.3(1)(a)Driver proceeds in direction indicated by green arrow without due regard for safety1,000-150-
3.3(1)(b)Pedestrian enters roadway when green arrow signal displayed unless special signal displayed10---
3.3(2)(a)Driver enters controlled area when yellow arrow signal displayed1,000-150-
3.3(2)(b)Pedestrian enters roadway when yellow arrow signal displayed unless special signal displayed10---
3.3(3)(a)Driver enters controlled area when red arrow signal displayed1,000-150-
3.3(3)(b)Pedestrian enters roadway when red arrow signal displayed unless special signal displayed10---
3.5(1)Pedestrian, rider of mobility device, or rider of wheeled recreational device enters roadway when red human figure displayed10---
3.6(2)Driver of light rail vehicle enters controlled area when yellow T signal displayed1,000-150-
3.6(2)Driver of bus enters controlled area when yellow B signal displayed1,000-150-
3.6(4)Driver of light rail vehicle enters controlled area when red T signal displayed1,000-150-
3.6(4)Driver of bus enters controlled area when red B signal displayed1,000-150-
3.7(2)Cyclist fails to stop outside controlled area when yellow cycle signal displayed1,000-150-
3.7(3)Cyclist enters controlled area when red cycle signal displayed1,000-150-
3.8(2)Fail to comply with hand-held stop sign1,000-150-
3.9Fail to comply with school patrol sign1,000-150-
3.10(2)Driver fails to signal intention to stop or reduce speed1,000-150-
3.10(3)Driver fails to signal intention to move to right1,000-150-
3.10(4)Driver fails to signal intention to move to left1,000-150-
3.10(5)(a)Driver intending to leave roundabout at first exit fails to indicate left before entering1,000-150-
3.10(5)(b)Driver intending to leave roundabout more than half way round fails to indicate right before entering1,000-150-
3.10(6)Driver fails to indicate left immediately before intended exit from roundabout1,000-150-
3.11Driver fails to make way for emergency vehicle etc1,000-150-
3.12Driver fails to make way for medical practitioner, pilot vehicle etc1,000-150-
4.1(1)(a)Driver fails to stop at stop sign1,000-150-
4.1(1)(b)Driver fails to give way at stop sign1,000-150-
4.1(2)Driver fails to give way at give-way sign1,000-150-
42(2)Driver of left-turning vehicle fails to give way to vehicle not turning, and approaching right turning vehicle1,000-150-
4 2(3)Driver at intersection fails to give way to vehicle approaching or crossing from right1,000-150-
4.4Driver fails to give way to road user on footpath when entering/exiting driveway1,000-150-
4.5(1)Increase speed when approaching intersection1,000-150-
4.5(2)Enter intersection when passage blocked1,000-150-
4.6(1)Driver entering roundabout fails to give way1,000-150-
4.6(2)Driver intending to leave roundabout less than half-way round fails to enter from left-hand or designated lane1,000-150-
4.6(3)Driver intending to leave roundabout half-way round fails to enter from designated lane/use lane reserved for another movement1,000-150-
4.6(4)Driver intending to leave roundabout more than halfway round fails to enter from right-hand or designated lane1,000-150-
4.7Impede light rail vehicle1,000-150-
5.1(1)Driver exceeds, applicable permanent, etc, speed limit1,000-as per scale set out in Schedule 1B-
5.3Drive at speed below minimum speed limit in a minimum-speed lane1,000-150-
5.4(1)Driver exceeds 90 km/h when towing1,000-as per scale set out in Schedule 1B-
5.4(3)Driver of cycle, moped, motorcycle, or all terrain vehicle exceeds 40 km/h when towing1,000-as per scale set out in Schedule 1B-
5.4(4)Driver exceeds 30 km/h when towing mechanically disabled motorcycle or all terrain vehicle1,000-as per scale set out in Schedule 1B-
5.5(1)Driver of heavy motor vehicle exceeds 90 km/h1,000-as per scale set out in Schedule 1B-
5.5(2)Driver of heavy motor vehicle without springs exceeds 50% of permitted speed1,000-as per scale set out in Schedule 1B-
5.6(1)(a)Driver of motor vehicle meeting, etc, stationary school bus fails to drive with due care1,000-150-
5.6(1)(b)Driver of motor vehicle overtaking school bus exceeds 20 km/h1,000-as per scale set out in Schedule 1B-
5.6(2)Driver of school bus exceeding 2 000 kg exceeds 80 km/h1,000-as per scale set out in Schedule 1B-
5.7(2)Exceed 10 km/h driving light rail vehicle in shared zone1,000-as per scale set out in Schedule 1B-
5.7(3)Driver of light rail vehicle exceeds maximum speed specified in safety system1,000-as per scale set out in Schedule 1B-
5.8Exceed 20 km/h when passing signed accident, etc1,000-as per scale set out in Schedule 1B-
5.9(1)Exceed speed for stopping distance in lane1,000-150-
5.9(2)Exceed speed for stopping distance on road not marked in lanes1,000-150-
5.9(3)Drive too close to vehicle in front1,000-150-
5.9(4)Drive at less than minimum stopping distance for speed1,000-150-
6.1Park, etc, vehicle without due care1,0001,0006060
6.2Park, etc, vehicle on roadway when practicable to park on road margin1,0001,0004040
6.3(1)Park, etc, vehicle on bend, etc1,0001,0004040
6.3(2)Unauthorised parking, etc, on or within 6 m of intersection1,0001,0006060
6.4(1)Park contrary to traffic sign, etc-1,000as per scale set out in Schedule 1Bas per scale set out in Schedule 1B
6.4(4)Park, etc, on broken yellow lines1,0001,00015060
6.5(1)Park, etc, vehicle on pedestrian crossing1,0001,0006060
6.5(2)(a)Park, etc, vehicle within 6 m of driver's approach to pedestrian crossing1,0001,0006060
6.5(2)(b)Park, etc, vehicle in signed/marked area on driver's approach to pedestrian crossing1,0001,0006060
6.6Park, etc, vehicle in special vehicle lane1,0001,0006060
6.7Park, etc, vehicle on traffic island or flush median1,0001,0004040
6.8(1)Park, etc, vehicle within 6 m of bus stop sign1,0001,0004040
6.9(1)Vehicle obstructs entrance or exit of driveway1,0001,0004040
6.1Park, etc, vehicle near fire hydrant1,0001,0004040
6.11Park, etc, vehicle alongside another stopped motor vehicle1,0001,0006060
6.12Fail to park, etc, vehicle parallel to road1,0001,0004040
6.13Fail to park, etc, vehicle at angle when required1,0001,0004040
6.14Park, etc, vehicle on footpath/cycle path1,0001,0004040
6.15Park, etc, vehicle of unauthorised class on reserved area1,0001,0006060
6.16Park, etc, on loading zone1,0001,0004040
6.17(a)Stop, etc, on level crossing1,0001,000150150
6.17(b)Stop, etc, near level crossing so as to obscure view1,0001,000150150
6.18(1)Park goods vehicle at angle during hours of darkness1,0001,0006060
6.19Park trailer on roadway for more than 7 days1,0001,0006060
7.1(1)Riding dangerously1,000-150-
7.1(2)Driver permits riding dangerously1,000-150-
7.1(3)Alight from/board a moving motor vehicle or light rail vehicle1,000-150-
7.1(4)Operate motorcycle carrying more than 2 persons1,000-600-
7.2(1)Cause hazard with motor vehicle doors1,000-150-
7.2(2)Driver of school bus, etc, fails to ensure doors shut when vehicle in motion1,000-150-
7.3(1)Operate unsafe vehicle1,000-600-
7.3(2)Operate vehicle with unsafe load1,000-600-
7.3(3)Operate vehicle with insecure load1,000-600-
7.3(4)Operate vehicle with load dragging on roadway1,000-600-
7.3(5)Tow caravan with occupant1,000-150-
7.4(1)Operate vehicle that creates excessive noise1,000-150-
7.4(2)Create excessive noise within or on vehicle1,000-150-
7.4(5)(a)Unreasonable use of warning device1,000-150-
7.4(5)(b)Make unreasonably loud noise from warning device1,000-150-
7.4(6)Operate siren on emergency vehicle not readily identifiable as such1,000-150-
7.5Operate smoky vehicle1,000-150-
7.6Driver fails to ensure passenger under 5 uses child restraint1,000-150-
7.7Driver fails to ensure passenger aged 5-7 uses child restraint or seat belt1,000-150-
7.8Driver fails to ensure passenger aged 8-14 wears seat belt1,000-150-
7.9Driver permits unrestrained passenger under 15 in front seat1,000-150-
7.1Fail to wear seat belt1,000-150-
7.12(1)Drive or ride all terrain vehicle, motorcycle, or moped without securely fastened approved helmet1,000-150-
7.12(7)Drive or ride all terrain vehicle, motorcycle, or moped with damaged, etc, safety helmet1,000-150-
7.15Fail to produce safety helmet for inspection1,000-150-
7.16(2)Fail to remove dangerous substance from road1,000-280-
7.16(3)Fail to report dangerous substance on road1,000-280-
7.17(2)Driver in convoy fails to leave space for passing vehicles1,000-150-
7.18(1)Driver of light vehicle tows more than 1 trailer1,000-150-
7.18(4)Tow a vehicle other than trailer during hours of darkness without lights1,000-150-
7.18(5)Tow trailer without adequate coupling1,000-150-
7.18(6)Tow motorcycle or all terrain vehicle that is not mechanically disabled1,000-150-
7.19Drive vehicle fitted with unretracted and unlocked outrigger1,000-150-
720Drive dual steering vehicle from left-hand position unless carrying out task for which vehicle constructed or evaluating vehicle1,000-150-
ProvisionBrief descriptionMaximum penalty on summary conviction for individual ($)Maximum penalty on summary conviction for body corporate ($)Infringement fee for individual ($)Infringement fee for body corporate ($)
7.21(1)Operate motor vehicle carrying loaded firearm1,000-150-
7.22Fail to exercise due care towards ridden and driven animals1,000-55-
8.1(1)Operate motorcycle without adequate footrests1,000-150-
8.1(2)Driver fails to ensure footrests used1,000-150-
8.2Operate motor vehicle on road without ready means of entrance and exit1,000-150-
8.3(1)Use lighting equipment that dazzles, etc1,000-150-
8.3(2)(a)Fail to dip headlamps for other driver1,000-150-
8.3(2)(b)Fail to dip headlamps at controlled intersection, etc1,000-150-
8.3(2)(c)Fail to dip headlamps when vehicle parked1,000-150-
8.3(3)Fail to use headlamps during hours of darkness1,000-150-
8.3(4)Fail to use position lamps during hours of darkness1,000-150-
8.4(1)Inappropriate use of fog lamp1,000-150-
8.4(2)(a)Use work lamp on vehicle when not stationary or moving slowly1,000-150-
8.4(2)(b)Use work lamp on vehicle other than to illuminate a scene1,000-150-
8.5(1)Unauthorised use of beacon1,000-150-
8.5(2)Unauthorised use of alternate flashing headlamps1,000-150-
8.6Unauthorised use of hazard lamps1,000-150-
8.7(1)Park, etc, unlit vehicle during hours of darkness1,000-150-
8.7(2)Park, etc, goods vehicle during hours of darkness without rearward facing position lamp1,000-150-
8.7(3)Fail to use position lamp(s) or dipped-beam headlamp(s) when stopped temporarily1,000-150-
8.8Fail to keep forward windscreen clear1,000-150-
8.9(1)Fail to keep motor vehicle in appropriate condition500500150150
8.9(3)Fail to comply with load height/weight limits and conditions on certificate of loading:    
 breach of height limit1,0001,000150150
 breach of weight specificationsas per scale set out in Schedule 1Aas per scale set out in Schedule 1Aas per scale set out in Schedule 1Bas per scale set out in Schedule 1B
8.10(1((a)Fail to operate within load height/gross mass limits specified on certificate of loading:    
 breach of height limit1,0001,000600600
 breach of gross mass limitas per scale set out in Schedule 1Aas per scale set out in Schedule 1Aas per scale set out in Schedule 1Bas per scale set out in Schedule 1B
8.10(1)(b)Fail to operate within static roll threshold compliance certificate limits:    
 breach of height limit1,0001,000600600
 breach of gross mass limitas per scale set out in Schedule 1Aas per scale set out in Schedule 1Bas per scale set out in Schedule 1Bas per scale set out in Schedule 1B
8.10(2)(a)Fail to carry static roll threshold compliance certificate1,000-150-
8.10(2)(b)Fail to produce static roll threshold compliance certificate1,000-150-
9.1(2)Driver fails to give way to rail vehicle on level crossing20,000-150-
9.1(3)Walk across level crossing when risk of collision with rail vehicle20,000-150-
9.1(4)Drive, etc, vehicle, or animal across level crossing when risk of collision with rail vehicle20,000-150-
9.2(1)(a)Fail to comply with stop sign at level crossing1,000-150-
9.2(1)(b)Fail to remain stationary at stop sign until level crossing clear1,000-150-
9 2(2)Driver fails to give way to rail vehicle at level crossing controlled by give-way sign1,000-150-
9.2(3)Driver enters controlled area of level crossing when red signal displayed1,000-150-
9.2(4)Driver enters controlled area of level crossing when barrier arm lowered1,000-150-
9.3Driver enters level crossing when passage or exit blocked1,000-2-
9.4Driver fails to comply with passenger service vehicle requirements at level crossing1,000-150-
10.1(1)Driver fails to give way at pedestrian crossing1,000-150-
10.1(2)Driver enters pedestrian crossing when passage blocked1,000-150-
10.2(1)Driver of vehicle fails to give way to pedestrian on shared zone1,000-150-
10 2(2)Pedestrian in shared zone unduly impedes passage of vehicle in shared zone35---
11.1(1)Pedestrian fails to remain on footpath35---
11.1(2)Drive mobility device on roadway when practicable to drive on footpath35---
11.1(3)Pedestrian driver of mobility device using roadway fails to keep to edge of roadway35---
11.1(4)Operate mobility device or wheeled recreational device without care/inconsiderately/at hazardous speed on footpath1,000-100-
11.1(5)Driver of wheeled recreational device on footpath fails to give way to pedestrians, drivers of mobility devices1,000-50-
11.1(6)Pedestrian unduly impedes mobility device or wheeled recreational device on footpath35---
11.2(a)Fail to remain in safety zone when waiting to board light rail vehicle35---
11.2(b)Fail to remain on footpath until light rail vehicle stopped35---
11 3Pedestrian/rider of mobility device fails to use pedestrian crossing, etc, within 20 m35---
11.4(1)Pedestrian/rider of mobility device/wheeled recreational device fails to cross road at right angle to roadway35---
11.5Pedestrian/rider of mobility device/wheeled recreational device on pedestrian crossing fails to give vehicle time to give way35---
11.6Pedestrian/rider of mobility device/wheeled recreational device loiters on pedestrian crossing, etc35---
11.7Carry passenger on cycle or moped if not on pillion or infant seat1,000-55-
11.8(1)Ride bicycle without securely fastened approved helmet1,000-55-
11.8(4)Cyclist fails to ensure person carried on trailer being towed wearing securely fastened approved helmet1,000-55-
11.8(6)Fail to produce helmet or exemption for inspection1,000-55-
11.9(1)Ride cycle/moped when towing vehicle other than trailer1,000-55-
11.9(2)Rider permits cycle/mobility device/wheeled recreational device to be towed1,000-55-
11.1Ride cycle or moped abreast1,000-55-
11.11(1)Ride cycle/moped on footpath, lawn, etc1,000-55-
11.12(1)Ride cycle during hours of darkness without headlamp, reflector and rearward-facing position lamp1,000-55-
11.12(2)Ride cycle during hours of darkness without pedal reflectors or wearing reflecting material1,000-55-
11.13Ride moped during hours of darkness without headlamp, reflector and rearward-facing position lamp1,000-55-
11.14(1)Fail to keep ridden animal on road margin1,000-55-
11.14(2)Fail to keep ridden animal on left of roadway1,000-55-
11.14(3)Ride animal on right of more than 1 other ridden animal or of vehicle1,000-55-
11.14(4)Ride animal on footpath etc1,000-55-
11.14(5)Person moving untethered animals fails to exercise due care or minimise disruption to traffic1,000-55-
11.15(a)Rider on roadway fails to keep led animal on left1,000-55-
11.15(b)Rider on road margin fails to keep between led animal and roadway1,000-55-
11.15(c)Rider leading animal fails to exercise due care to other road users1,000150--
11.16(1)(a)Operator of animal-drawn vehicle during hours of darkness fails to display white light visible for at least 100m on right-hand side of front of vehicle1,000-55-
11.16(1)(b)Operator of animal-drawn vehicle during hours of darkness fails to display red light visible for at least 100m to rear of vehicle1,000-55-
11.16(3)Operate animal-drawn vehicle during hours of darkness with lamp displaying other than red to rear or displaying or reflecting red light to front1,000-55-
11.17Driver of light rail vehicle fails to take due care to enable other driver to move safely from light rail vehicle's path1,000-150-
Light-vehicle Brakes 2002 (32014):     
4.1Responsibilities of operators500500150150
4.2Responsibilities of repairers500500370370
4.3Responsibilities of modifiers500500370370
4.4Responsibilities of vehicle inspectors and inspecting organisations500500370370
4.5Responsibilities of manufacturers and retailers500500370370
Passenger Service Vehicles 1999 (31001):     
10.1Responsibilities of operators500500370370
10.2Responsibilities of repairers500500370370
10.3Responsibilities of modifiers500500370370
10.4Responsibilities of certifiers500500370370
10.5Responsibilities of manufacturers and importers500500370370
Seatbelts and Seatbelt Anchorages 2002 (32011):     
5.1Responsibilities of operators500500150150
5.2Responsibilities of repairers500500370370
5.3Responsibilities of modifiers500500370370
5.4Responsibilities of inspectors and inspecting organisations500500370370
5.5Responsibilities of manufacturers and retailers500500370370
Seats and Seat Anchorages 2002 (32004):     
4.1Responsibilities of operators500500150150
4.2Responsibilities of repairers500500370370
4.3Responsibilities of modifiers500500370370
4.4Responsibilities of inspectors and inspecting organisations500500370370
4.5Responsibilities of manufacturers and retailers500500370370
Steering Systems 2001 (32003/1):     
4.1Responsibilities of operators500500150150
4.2Responsibilities of repairers500500370370
4.3Responsibilities of modifiers500500370370
4.4Responsibilities of certifiers500500370370
4.5Responsibilities of manufacturers and retailers500500370370
Traffic Control Devices 2004 (54002):     
13.3Responsibilities of operators of hand-held stop signs500500150150
13.4Responsibilities of members of Boards of Trustees500500150150
13.7Responsibilities of all persons1,0001,000150150
Tyres and Wheels 2001 (32013):*     
4.1Responsibilities of operators500500150150
4.2Responsibilities of repairers500500370370
4.3Responsibilities of modifiers500500370370
4.4Responsibilities of certifiers500500370370
4.5Responsibilities of manufacturers and retailers500500370370
Vehicle Dimensions and Mass 2002 (41001):**     
8.1Responsibilities of operators1,0001,000370370
8.2Responsibilities of modifiers1,0001,000370370
8.3Responsibilities of inspectors and inspecting organisations1,0001,000370370
8.4Responsibilities of manufacturers1,0001,000370370
Vehicle Equipment 2004 (32017):     
4.1Responsibilities of operators500500150150
4.2Responsibilities of repairers500500370370
4.3Responsibilities of modifiers500500370370
4.4Responsibilities of inspectors and inspecting organisations500500370370
4.5Responsibilities of manufacturers and retailers500500370370
Vehicle Lighting 2004 (32005):     
13.1Responsibilities of operators500500150150
13.2Responsibilities of repairers500500370370
13.3Responsibilities of modifiers500500370370
13.4Responsibilities of retrofitters500500370370
13.5Responsibilities of inspectors and inspecting organisations500500370370
13.6Responsibilities of manufacturers and retailers500500370370
Vehicle Repair 1998 (34001):     
3.1Responsibilities of repairers500500370370
Vehicle Standards Compliance 2002 (35001/1).     
2.1(2)Responsibilities of inspectors and inspecting organisations500500370370
2.2(2)Responsibilities of inspectors and inspecting organisations500500370370
6.3(6)Responsibilities of manufacturers500500370370
10.2(1)Responsibilities of operators500500200200
10.3Responsibilities of operators500500200200
10.5Responsibilities of operators500500200200
10.6Responsibilities of operators500500200200
10.7Responsibilities of operators500500200200
* Does not apply if breach in respect of section 2.6(8) of the rule, as this is a matter covered by section 5.1(1) of the Land Transport (Road User) Rule 2004 (61001).
**Does not apply if breach in respect of an overloading offence (see regulations 3(4) and 4(6)).

Schedule 2
New Schedule 1A inserted in principal regulations

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Schedule 1A
Scale of penalties for certain breaches of overloading provisions of Land Transport (Road User) Rule 2004 (61001) and Land Transport Rule: Vehicle Dimensions and Mass 2002 (41001)

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Individual axles (table 1) 
OffencePenalty for that axle $
If the axle weight recorded or calculated, reduced by the appropriate amount specified in clause 5 of this Schedule, exceeds the maximum permitted weight on the axle by— 
- not more than 500 kg150
- more than 500 kg but not more than 1 000 kg350
- more than 1 000 kg but not more than 1 500 kg600
- more than 1 500 kg but not more than 2 000 kg900
- more than 2 000 kg but not more than 2 500 kg1,250
- more than 2 500 kg but not more than 3 000 kg1,700
- more than 3 000 kg but not more than 3 500 kg2,250
- more than 3 500 kg but not more than 4 000 kg2,900
- more than 4 000 kg but not more than 4 500 kg3,650
- more than 4 500 kg but not more than 5 000 kg4,550
- more than 5 000 kg but not more than 5 500 kg5,600
- more than 5 500 kg but not more than 6 000 kg6,850
- more than 6 000 kg but not more than 6 500 kg8,300
- more than 6 500 kg10,000
Groups of 2 or more consecutive axles and all axles of vehicle or combination of vehicles (table 2) 
OffencePenalty for sum of axle weights $
If the total of the recorded or calculated weights on the axles, reduced by the appropriate amount specified in clause 5 of this Schedule, exceeds the maximum permitted weight by— 
- not more than 1 000 kg150
- more than 1 000 kg but not more than 2 000 kg350
- more than 2 000 kg but not more than 3 000 kg600
- more than 3 000 kg but not more than 4 000 kg900
- more than 4 000 kg but not more than 5 000 kg1,250
- more than 5 000 kg but not more than 6 000 kg1,700
- more than 6 000 kg but not more than 7 000 kg2,250
- more than 7 000 kg but not more than 8 000 kg2,900
- more than 8 000 kg but not more than 9 000 kg3,650
- more than 9 000 kg but not more than 10 000 kg4,550
- more than 10 000 kg but not more than 11 000 kg5,600
- more than 11 000 kg but not more than 12 000 kg6,850
- more than 12 000 kg but not more than 13 000 kg8,300
- more than 13 000 kg10,000
1 Each axle weight
  • For each axle the weight on which exceeds the maximum permitted weight for such an axle, the appropriate overloading infringement fee shown in table 1 is payable.

2 or more consecutive axle weights
  • For each group of 2 or more consecutive axles of a vehicle or combination of vehicles the total of the weights of which exceeds the total of the weights permitted on a group of 2 or more consecutive axles with the recorded distance between the centres of the first and the last axle of the group, the appropriate overloading infringement fee shown in table 2 is payable.

3 Total axle weight of vehicle
  • For each vehicle the total of the axle weight of which exceeds the permitted total of axle weights for a vehicle with the recorded distance between the centres of the first and last axle of the vehicle, the appropriate overloading infringement fee shown in table 2 is payable.

4 Total axle weight of combination of vehicles
  • For each combination of vehicles the total of the axle weight of which exceeds the permitted total of axle weights for a combination of vehicles with the recorded distance between the centre of the first axle of the first vehicle and the centre of the last axle of the last vehicle, the appropriate overloading infringement fee shown in table 2 is payable.

5 Weighing tolerances
  • The axle weight recorded or calculated or, in the case of an offence referred to in table 2, the total of the recorded or calculated weights on the axles, may be reduced by the following amounts:

    • (a) 0.3 tonnes on any front steering axles (excluding any axles on a trailer) for which the legal maximum weight does not exceed 11 tonnes:

    • (b) 0.5 tonnes for any weight recorded or calculated where the legal maximum weight does not exceed 11 tonnes, except in a case to which paragraph (a) applies:

    • (c) 1.0 tonne for any weight recorded or calculated where the legal maximum weights exceeds 11 tonnes but does not exceed 33 tonnes:

    • (d) 1.5 tonnes for any weight recorded or calculated where the legal maximum weight exceeds 33 tonnes but does not exceed 60 tonnes:

    • (e) 3.0 tonnes for any weight recorded or calculated where the legal maximum weight exceeds 60 tonnes.

Schedule 3
New Schedule 1B inserted in principal regulations

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Schedule 1B
Scale of infringement fees for certain breaches of parking, speeding, and overloading provisions of Land Transport (Road User) Rule 2004 (61001) and Land Transport Rule: Vehicle Dimensions and Mass 2002 (41001)

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1
Parking contrary to traffic sign, etc

OffenceInfringement fee $
Any parking offence involving parking on a road in breach of a local authority bylaw, in excess of a period fixed by a meter or otherwise, where the excess time is— 
- not more than 30 minutes12*
- more than 30 minutes but not more than 1 hour15*
- more than 1 hour but not more than 2 hours21*
- more than 2 hours but not more than 4 hours30*
- more than 4 hours but not more than 6 hours42*
- more than 6 hours57*
Parked on a clearway60
All other parking offences40
*or such lesser amount as is fixed by the local authority 

2
Speeding

OffenceInfringement fee $
Any speeding offence, where the speed exceeds the speed limit by— 
- not more than 10 km an hour30
- more than 10 km an hour but not more than 15 km an hour80
- more than 15 km an hour but not more than 20 km an hour120
- more than 20 km an hour but not more than 25 km an hour170
- more than 25 km an hour but not more than 30 km an hour230
- more than 30 km an hour but not more than 35 km an hour300
- more than 35 km an hour but not more than 40 km an hour400
- more than 40 km an hour but not more than 45 km an hour510
- more than 45 km an hour but not more than 50 km an hour630

3
Overloading

Individual axles (table 1) 
OffenceInfringement fee for that axle $
If the axle weight recorded or calculated, reduced by the appropriate amount specified in clause 5 of this Part, exceeds the maximum permitted weight on the axle by— 
- not more than 500 kg150
- more than 500 kg but not more than 1 000 kg350
- more than 1 000 kg but not more than 1 500 kg600
- more than 1 500 kg but not more than 2 000 kg900
- more than 2 000 kg but not more than 2 500 kg1,250
- more than 2 500 kg but not more than 3 000 kg1,700
- more than 3 000 kg but not more than 3 500 kg2,250
- more than 3 500 kg but not more than 4 000 kg2,900
- more than 4 000 kg but not more than 4 500 kg3,650
- more than 4 500 kg but not more than 5 000 kg4,550
- more than 5 000 kg but not more than 5 500 kg5,600
- more than 5 500 kg but not more than 6 000 kg6,850
- more than 6 000 kg but not more than 6 500 kg8,300
- more than 6 500 kg10,000
Groups of 2 or more consecutive axles and all axles of vehicle or combination of vehicles (table 2)
OffenceInfringement fee for sum of axle weights $
If the total of the recorded or calculated weights on the axles, reduced by the appropriate amount specified in clause 5 of this Part, exceeds the maximum permitted weight by— 
- not more than 1 000 kg150
- more than 1 000 kg but not more than 2 000 kg350
- more than 2 000 kg but not more than 3 000 kg600
- more than 3 000 kg but not more than 4 000 kg900
- more than 4 000 kg but not more than 5 000 kg1,250
- more than 5 000 kg but not more than 6 000 kg1,700
- more than 6 000 kg but not more than 7 000 kg2,250
- more than 7 000 kg but not more than 8 000 kg2,900
- more than 8 000 kg but not more than 9 000 kg3,650
- more than 9 000 kg but not more than 10 000 kg4,550
- more than 10 000 kg but not more than 11 000 kg5,600
- more than 11 000 kg but not more than 12 000 kg6,850
- more than 12 000 kg but not more than 13 000 kg8,300
- more than 13 000 kg10,000
1 Each axle weight
  • For each axle the weight on which exceeds the maximum permitted weight for such an axle, the appropriate overloading infringement fee shown in table 1 is payable.

2 or more consecutive axle weights
  • For each group of 2 or more consecutive axles of a vehicle or combination of vehicles the total of the weights of which exceeds the total of the weights permitted on a group of 2 or more consecutive axles with the recorded distance between the centres of the first and the last axle of the group, the appropriate overloading infringement fee shown in table 2 is payable.

3 Total axle weight of vehicle
  • For each vehicle the total of the axle weight of which exceeds the permitted total of axle weights for a vehicle with the recorded distance between the centres of the first and last axle of the vehicle, the appropriate overloading infringement fee shown in table 2 is payable.

4 Total axle weight of combination of vehicles
  • For each combination of vehicles the total of the axle weight of which exceeds the permitted total of axle weights for a combination of vehicles with the recorded distance between the centre of the first axle of the first vehicle and the centre of the last axle of the last vehicle, the appropriate overloading infringement fee shown in table 2 is payable.

5 Weighing tolerances
  • The axle weight recorded or calculated or, in the case of an offence referred to in table 2, the total of the recorded or calculated weights on the axles, may be reduced by the following amounts:

    • (a) 0.3 tonnes on any front steering axles (excluding any axles on a trailer) for which the legal maximum weight does not exceed 11 tonnes:

    • (b) 0.5 tonnes for any weight recorded or calculated where the legal maximum weight does not exceed 11 tonnes, except in a case to which paragraph (a) applies:

    • (c) 1.0 tonne for any weight recorded or calculated where the legal maximum weights exceeds 11 tonnes but does not exceed 33 tonnes:

    • (d) 1.5 tonnes for any weight recorded or calculated where the legal maximum weight exceeds 33 tonnes but does not exceed 60 tonnes:

    • (e) 3.0 tonnes for any weight recorded or calculated where the legal maximum weight exceeds 60 tonnes.

Schedule 4
New item 2 of Schedule 2 substituted in principal regulations

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EnactmentSection or regulationGeneral description of offenceNumber of demerit points
2Land Transport (Road User) Rule 2004 (61001)2.1(1)Fail to drive as near as practicable to the left of the roadway20
  2.1(2)Fail to allow impeded traffic to pass20
  2.6(1)Unsafe passing35
  2.6(3)Impeding vehicle when passing35
  2.9Passing to right of no-passing line35
  2.1Passing at school crossing point or pedestrian crossing20
  2.12(3)Drive in emergency stopping lane10
  3.8(2)Fail to comply with handheld stop sign20
  4Fail to comply with school patrol sign20
  4.1(1)(a)Driver fails to stop at stop sign20
  4.1(1)(b)Driver fails to give way at stop sign20
  4.1(2)Driver fails to give way at give-way sign20
  4.2(2)Driver of left-turning vehicle fails to give way to vehicle approaching or crossing from right20
  4.2(3)Driver at intersection fails to give-way to vehicle approaching from right20
  4Driver fails to give way to road user on footpath when entering/exiting driveway20
  4.6(1)Driver entering roundabout fails to give way20
  5.9(1)Exceed speed for stopping distance20
  5.9(2)Exceed speed for stopping distance on road not marked in lanes20
  5.9(3)Drive too close to vehicle in front20
  6.5(1)Park, etc, vehicle on pedestrian crossing20
  6.5(2)(a)Park, etc, vehicle within 6 m of driver's approach to pedestrian crossing20
  6.5(2)(b)Park, etc, vehicle in signed/marked area on driver's approach to a pedestrian crossing20
  7.1(2)Driver permits riding dangerously20
  9.1(2)Driver fails to give way to rail vehicle approaching level crossing20
  9.1(4)Drive etc, cycle, vehicle, or animal across level crossing when risk of collision with rail vehicle20
  9.2(1)(a)Fail to comply with stop sign at level crossing20
  9.2(1)(b)Fail to remain stationary at stop sign until level crossing clear20
  9.2(3)Driver enters controlled area of level crossing when red signal displayed20
  9.2(4)Driver enters controlled area of level crossing when barrier arm lowered20
  10.1(1)Driver fails to give way at pedestrian crossing35
  10.1(2)Driver enters pedestrian crossing when passage blocked35
  10.2(1)Driver of vehicle fails to give way to pedestrian on shared zone35

Diane Morcom,

Clerk of the Executive Council.

Explanatory note

This note is not part of the regulations, but is intended to indicate their general effect.

These regulations, which come into force on 27 February 2005, amend the Land Transport (Offences and Penalties) Regulations 1999. The amendments specify the infringement fees and maximum penalties on summary conviction for breaches of various provisions of the Land Transport (Road User) Rule 2004 and the following Land Transport Rules:

  • Heavy Vehicles 2004 (31002):

  • Traffic Control Devices 2004 (54002):

  • Vehicle Equipment 2004 (32017):

  • Vehicle Lighting 2004 (32005).


Issued under the authority of the Acts and Regulations Publication Act 1989.

Date of notification in Gazette: 16 December 2004.


  • 1 SR 1999/99