Traffic Regulations 1976

2 Interpretation

In these regulations, unless the context otherwise requires,—

adjustable spot lamp means a lamp to provide a narrow beam of light that may be aimed at will by the driver

Agency means the New Zealand Transport Agency established under section 93 of the Land Transport Management Act 2003

all terrain vehicle means a special purpose 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

approved

(a)

in relation to child restraints, means approved by the Agency under section 77B of the Act:

(b)

in relation to any other appliance, apparatus, device, system, component, equipment, or fitting, means approved by the Agency under these regulations

articulated vehicle means any motor vehicle with a trailer attached, so that part of the trailer is superimposed upon the motor vehicle and a substantial part of the weight of the trailer and of its load is borne by the motor vehicle. Such a trailer shall be called a semi-trailer

auxiliary headlamp means a forward-facing lamp used under certain conditions to replace the headlamps; and includes a fog-lamp, being a vehicle-lamp providing illumination in conditions of fog, snow, cloud, or other atmospheric conditions which reduce visibility

breakdown vehicle means any motor vehicle designed or adapted for the lifting and towing of motor vehicles that have met with mishap; but does not include a motor car

carriage includes haulage

centre line,—

(a)

in relation to any portion of a roadway not marked with a flush median, means a dotted or solid line or 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

certificate of fitness or permit, except in the definition in this regulation of the term evidence of vehicle inspection, means evidence of vehicle inspection

controlled intersection means any intersection where the traffic is for the time being controlled by a traffic officer or Police officer or by traffic control lights

controlling authority, in relation to any road, means the authority, body, or person or persons having control of the road and includes any person acting under and within the terms of any delegation or authorisation given by a controlling authority

cycle means a vehicle having at least 2 wheels and designed to be propelled solely by the muscular energy of the rider

direction-indicator lamp means a lamp used for signalling an intention to change direction to the right or to the left

driver means the driver of a vehicle; and includes the rider of a motorcycle or moped or cycle; and drive has a corresponding meaning

erect includes place in position

erecting authority, in relation to any road, means the controlling authority; and includes any duly incorporated association or union of motorists (hereinafter referred to as an automobile association)

evidence of vehicle inspection, in relation to a motor vehicle, means anything that is a certificate, label, or document issued under the Land Transport Act 1998, or under land transport rules, as evidence of the completion of the periodic vehicle inspection requirements in respect of that vehicle; and includes—

(a)

a certificate of fitness or permit issued under section 79 of the Act and these regulations before 1 March 1999; and

(b)

a warrant of fitness issued under these regulations before 1 March 1999

flush median, in relation to any portion of a roadway, means an area marked by white diagonal lines which—

(a)

are painted along the middle of the roadway; and

(b)

are bounded by approximately parallel, longitudinal white lines—

for the purpose of separating opposing traffic

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

forward length

(a)

in relation to a motor vehicle other than a trailing unit, means the distance from the rear axis to the foremost part of the vehicle or its load, whichever is the greater:

(b)

in relation to a trailing unit the front axle of which is steered by the towbar, means the greater of the following distances:

(i)

from the front axle of the trailing unit to the point of attachment of the tow-bar to the towing vehicle:

(ii)

from the rear axis of the trailing unit to the front axle:

(c)

in relation to any other trailing unit, the distance from the rear axis of the trailing unit to the point of attachment to the towing vehicle

goods means all kinds of movable personal property, including animals and mails

goods-service vehicle or goods vehicle means a motor vehicle designed exclusively or principally for the carriage of goods

gross vehicle mass, in relation to any vehicle, means the greatest of the following masses:

(a)

the mass specified as the gross vehicle mass by the manufacturer of the vehicle:

(b)

the mass specified as the gross vehicle mass of the vehicle, or of a vehicle of that kind, by the Agency by notice in writing to the owner:

(c)

the mass of the vehicle, together with the load that the vehicle is for the time being carrying, including any equipment and accessories

headlamp means a forward-facing vehicle lamp displaying a beam of light substantially white or amber in colour to provide illumination of the road ahead, incorporating one or both of—

(a)

main (driving or upper) beam—a beam of light from a headlamp providing distant illumination of the road ahead when no other vehicle is approaching and no other vehicle is being followed:

(b)

dipped (passing or lower) beam—a beam of light from a headlamp to illuminate the road ahead of the vehicle when meeting or following other vehicles

heavy motor vehicle means a motor vehicle (other than a motor car that is not used, kept, or available for the carriage of passengers for hire or reward) the gross laden weight of which exceeds 3 500 kg

hours of darkness means—

(a)

any 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

independent brake means a brake of which the entire operating mechanism or system is either—

(a)

distinct and separate from all parts or connections of any other brake or brake system, so that the independent brake cannot be adversely affected by the operation or failure of any other brake; or

(b)

common to any other brake or brake system only in parts or connections which are of such design and strength that under normal operating conditions and with a proper standard of maintenance there is no reasonable probability of failure by reason of the failure of any other brake or brake system

intersection, in relation to 2 or more intersecting or meeting roadways, means that area contained within the prolongation or connection of the lateral boundary lines of each roadway:

provided that for the purposes of this definition 2 roadways separated only by a traffic island or by a median less than 10 m wide shall be deemed to be 1 roadway:

provided also that at a roundabout or rotary junction the approaches to which are marked by signs in the form of sign P 28 in Schedule 4, a vehicle having entered the central circulating roadway from an approach roadway shall be deemed to enter separate intersections as it approaches each area where its intended path of travel may conflict with the path of travel of vehicles entering from other approach roadways

land transport rules means any of the following rules:

(a)

the ordinary rules and emergency rules made under the Land Transport Act 1998; and

(b)

the rules referred to in section 220 of that Act

lane, in relation to any roadway, means a longitudinal strip of the roadway at least 2.5 m wide, intended for the passage of traffic, which is separated from other parts of the roadway by a longitudinal line or lines of paint or raised studs; but does not include any flush median or any area on either side of the roadway on which diagonal lines have been marked. A 2-way road divided by a centre line is deemed to be marked in lanes

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

level crossing has the same meaning as in section 4(1) of the Railways Act 2005

light rail vehicle has the same meaning as in section 4(1) of the Railways Act 2005

light rail vehicle lane means a length of lane containing a light rail vehicle track on a roadway that is defined—

(a)

in the case of a light rail vehicle lane that is a continuous loop, by light rail vehicle lane signs erected at any point where the light rail vehicle lane crosses any intersection:

(b)

in any other case, by—

(i)

a light rail vehicle lane sign erected at its beginning; and

(ii)

a light rail vehicle lane sign erected at its end; and

(iii)

light rail vehicle lane signs erected at any point where the light rail vehicle lane crosses any intersection

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, or traffic signal

limited speed zone means a limited speed zone declared under regulation 21(2)

local authority means a City Council, a Borough Council, a County Council, a District Council, or a Town Council

local speed limit means a speed limit for motor-vehicle traffic duly imposed by a controlling authority

medical practitioner means a health practitioner who is, or is deemed to be, registered with the Medical Council of New Zealand continued by section 114(1)(a) of the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003 as a practitioner of the profession of medicine

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 means a motor vehicle running on 2 or 3 wheels that is fitted with a motor having a power output not exceeding 2 kW and is designed to be ridden at a speed not exceeding 50 km/h under normal conditions of use

motor car means a motor vehicle (other than a motorcycle or power cycle) designed exclusively or principally for the carriage of persons not exceeding 9 in number inclusive of the driver; and includes a motor vehicle which is designed principally for the carriage of passengers but which has rear doors and collapsible rear seats

motor vehicle means a vehicle drawn or propelled by mechanical power; and includes a trailer; but does not include—

(a)

a vehicle running on rails; or

(b)
[Revoked]

(c)

a trailer (not being a trailer designed solely for the carriage of goods) that is designed and used exclusively as part of the armament of any of Her Majesty’s Forces; or

(d)

a trailer running on 1 wheel and designed exclusively as a speed-measuring device or for testing the wear of vehicle tyres; or

(e)

a vehicle designed for amusement purposes and used exclusively within a place of recreation, amusement, or entertainment to which the public does not have access with motor vehicles; or

(f)

a pedestrian-controlled machine; or

(g)

a vehicle that the Agency has declared is not a motor vehicle under section 168A of the Land Transport Act 1998; or

(h)

a mobility device

motorcycle means a motor vehicle running on 2 wheels, or not more than 3 wheels when fitted with a sidecar; and includes an all terrain vehicle (irrespective of the number of wheels on the vehicle); and includes any vehicle with motorcycle controls declared by the Agency to be a motorcycle, but does not include a moped

mudguard means that fitting (inclusive of any portion of the vehicle and of any flaps attached) which serves to intercept material thrown up by a wheel more or less in the plane of the wheel and which is of an effective width not less than the total width of the tyre or tyres on that wheel

non-steering axle means any axle of a vehicle the wheels of which remain substantially parallel with the longitudinal centre-line of the vehicle while the vehicle is turning

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

to operate means to use or drive or ride on any road, or cause or permit to be driven or ridden on any road, or to permit to be on any road, whether the person operating is present in person or not

owner, in relation to a motor vehicle, means the person lawfully entitled to possession thereof, except where—

(a)

the motor vehicle is subject to a bailment that is for a period not exceeding 28 days; or

(b)

the motor vehicle is let on hire pursuant to the terms of a rental-service licence,—

in which cases owner means the person who, but for the bailment or letting on hire, would be lawfully entitled to possession of the motor vehicle; and owned and ownership have corresponding meanings

parking means—

(a)

in relation to any portion of a road where parking is for the time being governed by the location of parking meters placed pursuant to 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 restricted parking area, and entitled to do so) on that portion of the road;—

and park has a corresponding meaning

parking brake means a brake readily applicable and capable of remaining applied for an indefinite period without further attention than the initial application

pedestrian means any person on foot upon a road; and includes any person in or on any contrivance equipped with wheels or revolving runners which is not a vehicle

Police officer includes any member, of whatever level of position, of the Police

rail vehicle has the same meaning as in the Railways Act 2005

rear axis

(a)

in relation to a vehicle with only 1 non-steering axle, means that axle:

(b)

in relation to a vehicle with 2 or more non-steering axles, means a horizontal line at right angles to the longitudinal centre-line of the vehicle and midway between the first and last non-steering axles:

(c)

in relation to a vehicle with no non-steering axle, means a horizontal line at right angles to the longitudinal centre-line of the vehicle at a point to be determined by the Agency

reflective material means any material or surface that reflects a beam of light generally parallel to the path of the beam and in an opposite direction to that path

registration-plate illumination lamp means a vehicle lamp to illuminate the rear registration plate

reversing lamp means a vehicle lamp to provide a light to the rear to assist a driver when reversing

rider, in relation to any animal, includes a person who, while riding any other animal on a road, leads the first-mentioned animal by a rope, rein, or other similar means of guidance; and ridden animal includes any animal so led

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

road includes a street; and also includes any place to which the public have access, whether as of right or not; and also includes all bridges, culverts, ferries, and fords forming part of any road, street, or other place as aforesaid

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

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

safety zone means a portion of roadway—

(a)

indicated by a structure erected 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 device displaying to approaching drivers the words “Safety Zone”

sale, in relation to any motor vehicle, includes disposition by way of hire-purchase; and also includes a conditional sale; and sell, seller, and purchaser have corresponding meanings

school bus means a passenger-service vehicle the body of which is designed and used solely or principally for the carriage to and from school of school children; and includes a motor vehicle (not being a motor car) which is—

(a)

a motor vehicle owned by the Crown and operated by the Ministry of Education; or

(b)

a motor vehicle operated under contract to the Ministry of Education; or

(c)

a passenger service vehicle whose gross laden weight is 3 500 kg or more, and that is for the time being in use for either of the purposes specified in regulation 127(1)

service brake means a brake for intermittent use normally used to slow down and stop the vehicle

shared zone means a length of roadway intended to be used by pedestrians and vehicles that is defined at its beginning by a shared zone sign, and at its end by—

(a)

an end shared zone sign; or

(b)

a dead end; or

(c)

the length of roadway ending at an intersection

side lamp or park lamp means a vehicle lamp of lower power than the head lamps used for the purpose of indicating the presence of the vehicle when seen from a distance and also of indicating the approximate width of the vehicle; and includes—

(a)

a forward-facing side lamp, being a lamp indicating primarily the front end of the vehicle:

(b)

a rearward-facing side lamp (rear lamp, red tail-lamp), being a lamp emitting a red light indicating primarily the rear end of the vehicle:

(c)

a sideways-facing side lamp, being a lamp mounted between the front and rear extremities on the side to indicate primarily the side of the vehicle

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

stop lamp or brake lamp means a lamp operated by the driver when he or she applies the service brake to give warning of the slowing down or stopping of the vehicle

temporary-use spare tyre has the same meaning as in Part 2 of Land Transport Rule: Tyres and Wheels (2001)

traction engine means a motor vehicle propelled by steam power and designed for use on roads and not for the carriage thereon of goods or of passengers other than the driver

tractor means a motor vehicle (not being a traction engine) designed exclusively for traction at speeds not exceeding 50 km/h

traffic officer means an enforcement officer under the Land Transport Act 1998 (other than a person who is appointed to that office by the Agency by warrant under section 208 of that Act)

trailer means a vehicle without motive power that is capable of being drawn or propelled by a motor vehicle from which it is readily detachable; but does not include—

(a)

a sidecar attached to a motorcycle; or

(b)

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

trailing unit means any trailer; and includes the rear portion of any vehicle constructed in 2 portions connected by a vertical hinge or pivot, whether or not the 2 portions are readily detachable or the rear portion is powered

turn means to change direction:

provided that if a roadway is marked with a centre line or lane line to show the normal path of vehicles,—

(a)

a vehicle shall be deemed to turn if it leaves that path to enter another roadway or vehicle entrance; and

(b)

a vehicle following the markings shall be deemed not to turn even though an intersection occurs at a point where the markings are laid out in a curve

uncontrolled intersection means any intersection the traffic at which is not for the time being controlled by a traffic officer, Police officer, or traffic signals

use, in relation to a vehicle, includes driving, drawing, or propelling on any road by means of another vehicle, and permitting to be on any road; and to use and user have corresponding meanings

vehicle means a contrivance equipped with wheels, tracks, or revolving runners upon which it moves or is moved; but does not include—

(a)

a perambulator or pushchair:

(b)

a shopping or sporting trundler not propelled by mechanical power:

(c)

a wheelbarrow or hand-trolley:

(d)
[Revoked]

(e)

any pedestrian controlled lawnmower or any agricultural machinery not propelled by mechanical power:

(f)

any article of furniture:

(g)

any invalid wheelchair not propelled by mechanical power:

(h)

any other contrivance specified by the Agency by notice in the Gazette

vehicle compliance certifier means a person appointed by the Agency under land transport rules to certify motor vehicles in accordance with those rules

warrant of fitness, except in the definition in this regulation of the term evidence of vehicle inspection, means evidence of vehicle inspection

zone parking control, in relation to any road, means a parking restriction imposed by the controlling authority of the road—

(a)

that applies to an area comprising a number of roads; and

(b)

in respect of which, whether by reason of—

(i)

the nature of the area; or

(ii)

the nature of the parking restriction; or

(iii)

traffic patterns into and within the area; or

(iv)

the nature and number of entry points to the area,—

or for any other reason, persons using motor vehicles within the area could reasonably be expected to be aware of the application of the parking restriction to the area without the need for the erection of signs at each intersection within the area; and

(c)

which the controlling authority specifically declares to be a zone parking control.

Other expressions defined in the Act have the meanings so defined.

Compare: SR 1956/217 rr 3, 33(3), 42(1), 80; SR 1962/86 r 14(2); SR 1964/119 r 2; SR 1964/208 rr 2, 3, 4; SR 1967/28 r 2

Regulation 2 Act: amended, on 10 May 2011, by section 100(3) of the Land Transport (Road Safety and Other Matters) Amendment Act 2011 (2011 No 13).

Regulation 2 Agency: inserted, on 1 August 2008, by section 50(2) of the Land Transport Management Amendment Act 2008 (2008 No 47).

Regulation 2 all terrain vehicle: inserted, on 1 November 1993, by regulation 2(1) of the Traffic Regulations 1976, Amendment No 25 (SR 1993/295).

Regulation 2 approved: replaced, on 1 September 1984, by regulation 3(1) of the Traffic Regulations 1976, Amendment No 11 (SR 1984/169).

Regulation 2 approved paragraph (a): amended, on 1 August 2008, by section 50(2) of the Land Transport Management Amendment Act 2008 (2008 No 47).

Regulation 2 approved paragraph (a): amended, on 1 April 2002, by regulation 5 of the Land Transport (Offences and Penalties) Amendment Regulations 2002 (SR 2002/44).

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

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

Regulation 2 auxiliary headlamp: amended, on 1 August 1987, by regulation 2(1) of the Traffic Regulations 1976, Amendment No 15 (SR 1987/213).

Regulation 2 breakdown vehicle: amended, on 20 March 1980, by regulation 2(1) of the Traffic Regulations 1976, Amendment No 4 (SR 1980/31).

Regulation 2 centre line: replaced, on 1 September 1997, by regulation 2(1) of the Traffic Amendment Regulations 1997 (SR 1997/143).

Regulation 2 certificate of fitness or permit: replaced, on 1 March 1999, by regulation 2(1) of the Traffic Amendment Regulations 1999 (SR 1999/29).

Regulation 2 controlling authority: amended, on 22 December 1983, by regulation 2(1) of the Traffic Regulations 1976, Amendment No 9 (SR 1983/282).

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

Regulation 2 driver: amended, on 1 March 1984, by regulation 2(3) of the Traffic Regulations 1976, Amendment No 10 (SR 1984/31).

Regulation 2 evidence of vehicle inspection: inserted, on 1 March 1999, by regulation 2(1) of the Traffic Amendment Regulations 1999 (SR 1999/29).

Regulation 2 fire authority: revoked, on 1 July 2017, by section 197 of the Fire and Emergency New Zealand Act 2017 (2017 No 17).

Regulation 2 flush median: inserted, on 1 September 1997, by regulation 2(2) of the Traffic Amendment Regulations 1997 (SR 1997/143).

Regulation 2 gross vehicle mass: inserted, on 1 September 1999, by regulation 2(1) of the Traffic Amendment Regulations (No 3) 1999 (SR 1999/239).

Regulation 2 gross vehicle mass paragraph (b): amended, on 1 August 2008, by section 50(2) of the Land Transport Management Amendment Act 2008 (2008 No 47).

Regulation 2 heavy motor vehicle: amended, on 1 November 1989, by regulation 2 of the Traffic Regulations 1976, Amendment No 20 (SR 1989/312).

Regulation 2 intersection second proviso: amended, on 1 July 1992, by regulation 2(2) of the Transport Regulations 1976, Amendment No 23 (SR 1992/184).

Regulation 2 invalid carriage: revoked, on 22 June 2005, by section 95(7) of the Land Transport Amendment Act 2005 (2005 No 77).

Regulation 2 land transport rules: inserted, on 1 March 1999, by regulation 2(1) of the Traffic Amendment Regulations 1999 (SR 1999/29).

Regulation 2 lane: replaced, on 1 September 1997, by regulation 2(3) of the Traffic Amendment Regulations 1997 (SR 1997/143).

Regulation 2 level crossing: replaced, on 20 July 2005, by section 103(4) of the Railways Act 2005 (2005 No 37).

Regulation 2 light rail vehicle: replaced, on 20 July 2005, by section 103(4) of the Railways Act 2005 (2005 No 37).

Regulation 2 light rail vehicle lane: inserted, on 20 January 1995, by regulation 2(1) of the Transport Regulations 1976, Amendment No 27 (SR 1994/312).

Regulation 2 medical practitioner: inserted, on 18 September 2004, by section 175(3) of the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003 (2003 No 48).

Regulation 2 mobility device: inserted, on 22 June 2005, by section 95(7) of the Land Transport Amendment Act 2005 (2005 No 77).

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

Regulation 2 moped: inserted, on 1 March 1984, by regulation 2(1) of the Traffic Regulations 1976, Amendment No 10 (SR 1984/31).

Regulation 2 motor vehicle paragraph (b): revoked, on 22 June 2005, by section 95(7) of the Land Transport Amendment Act 2005 (2005 No 77).

Regulation 2 motor vehicle paragraph (f): amended, on 22 June 2005, by section 95(7) of the Land Transport Amendment Act 2005 (2005 No 77).

Regulation 2 motor vehicle paragraph (g): inserted, on 22 June 2005, by section 95(7) of the Land Transport Amendment Act 2005 (2005 No 77).

Regulation 2 motor vehicle paragraph (g): amended, on 1 August 2008, by section 50(2) of the Land Transport Management Amendment Act 2008 (2008 No 47).

Regulation 2 motor vehicle paragraph (h): inserted, on 22 June 2005, by section 95(7) of the Land Transport Amendment Act 2005 (2005 No 77).

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

Regulation 2 motorcycle: amended, on 1 November 1993, by regulation 2(2) of the Traffic Regulations 1976, Amendment No 25 (SR 1993/295).

Regulation 2 motorcycle: amended, on 1 March 1984, by regulation 2(3) of the Traffic Regulations 1976, Amendment No 10 (SR 1984/31).

Regulation 2 omnibus: inserted, on 16 April 1998, by regulation 2(1) of the Traffic Amendment Regulations 1998 (SR 1998/45).

Regulation 2 parking paragraph (b): replaced, on 1 September 1997, by regulation 2(4) of the Traffic Amendment Regulations 1997 (SR 1997/143).

Regulation 2 pedestrian crossing: revoked, on 27 February 2005, by regulation 3(a) of the Traffic Amendment Regulations (No 3) 2004 (SR 2004/444).

Regulation 2 Police officer: amended, on 1 October 2008, by section 130(3) of the Policing Act 2008 (2008 No 72).

Regulation 2 Police officer: amended, on 1 July 1992, by regulation 2(3) of the Traffic Regulations 1976, Amendment No 23 (SR 1992/184).

Regulation 2 power cycle: revoked, on 1 March 1984, by regulation 2(2) of the Traffic Regulations 1976, Amendment No 10 (SR 1984/31).

Regulation 2 rail service: revoked, on 20 July 2005, by section 103(4) of the Railways Act 2005 (2005 No 37).

Regulation 2 rail vehicle: inserted, on 20 July 2005, by section 103(4) of the Railways Act 2005 (2005 No 37).

Regulation 2 rear axis paragraph (c): amended, on 1 August 2008, by section 50(2) of the Land Transport Management Amendment Act 2008 (2008 No 47).

Regulation 2 reflective material: inserted, on 16 April 1998, by regulation 2(2) of the Traffic Amendment Regulations 1998 (SR 1998/45).

Regulation 2 road: amended, on 22 December 1983, by regulation 2(2) of the Traffic Regulations 1976, Amendment No 9 (SR 1983/282).

Regulation 2 roadway: amended, on 27 February 2005, by regulation 3(b) of the Traffic Amendment Regulations (No 3) 2004 (SR 2004/444).

Regulation 2 safety zone: inserted, on 20 January 1995, by regulation 2(3) of the Transport Regulations 1976, Amendment No 27 (SR 1994/312).

Regulation 2 school bus paragraph (a): amended, on 1 October 1989, pursuant to section 144(2) of the Education Act 1989 (1989 No 80).

Regulation 2 school bus paragraph (b): amended, on 1 October 1989, pursuant to section 144(2) of the Education Act 1989 (1989 No 80).

Regulation 2 school bus paragraph (c): replaced, on 1 September 1999, by regulation 2(2) of the Traffic Amendment Regulations (No 3) 1999 (SR 1999/239).

Regulation 2 school crossing point: revoked, on 27 February 2005, by regulation 3(a) of the Traffic Amendment Regulations (No 3) 2004 (SR 2004/444).

Regulation 2 seat belt: revoked, on 1 September 1984, by regulation 3(2) of the Traffic Regulations 1976, Amendment No 11 (SR 1984/169).

Regulation 2 Secretary: revoked, on 20 August 1993, by section 35(3) of the Land Transport Act 1993 (1993 No 88).

Regulation 2 shared zone: inserted, on 20 January 1995, by regulation 2(4) of the Transport Regulations 1976, Amendment No 27 (SR 1994/312).

Regulation 2 signalling device: inserted, on 20 March 1980, by regulation 2(2) of the Traffic Regulations 1976, Amendment No 4 (SR 1980/31).

Regulation 2 signalling lamp: revoked, on 20 March 1980, by regulation 2(2) of the Traffic Regulations 1976, Amendment No 4 (SR 1980/31).

Regulation 2 temporary-use spare tyre: inserted, on 1 July 2002, by regulation 3 of the Traffic Amendment Regulations 2002 (SR 2002/142).

Regulation 2 traffic officer: replaced, on 3 May 1999, by regulation 2 of the Traffic Amendment Regulations (No 2) 1999 (SR 1999/83).

Regulation 2 traffic officer: amended, on 1 August 2008, by section 50(2) of the Land Transport Management Amendment Act 2008 (2008 No 47).

Regulation 2 traffic officer: amended, on 1 December 2004, by section 19(2) of the Land Transport Management Amendment Act 2004 (2004 No 97).

Regulation 2 traffic sign: revoked, on 27 February 2005, by regulation 3(a) of the Traffic Amendment Regulations (No 3) 2004 (SR 2004/444).

Regulation 2 vehicle paragraph (d): revoked, on 22 June 2005, by section 95(7) of the Land Transport Amendment Act 2005 (2005 No 77).

Regulation 2 vehicle paragraph (h): amended, on 1 August 2008, by section 50(2) of the Land Transport Management Amendment Act 2008 (2008 No 47).

Regulation 2 vehicle compliance certifier: inserted, on 1 March 1999, by regulation 2(1) of the Traffic Amendment Regulations 1999 (SR 1999/29).

Regulation 2 vehicle compliance certifier: amended, on 1 August 2008, by section 50(2) of the Land Transport Management Amendment Act 2008 (2008 No 47).

Regulation 2 warrant of appointment: revoked, on 1 July 1992, by regulation 2(5) of the Traffic Regulations 1976, Amendment No 23 (SR 1992/184).

Regulation 2 warrant of fitness: replaced, on 1 March 1999, by regulation 2(1) of the Traffic Amendment Regulations 1999 (SR 1999/29).

Regulation 2 zone parking control: inserted, on 4 April 1996, by regulation 2 of the Traffic Regulations 1976, Amendment No 28 (SR 1996/43).