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ROAD SAFETY (VEHICLES) REGULATIONS 2009 - REG 156

Issue of club permit, club permit label and log book

Reg. 156(1) amended by S.R. No. 172/2019 reg. 9(Sch. 5 item 109(a)).

    (1)     On receipt of an application under regulation 155, the Secretary may issue a club permit.

    (2)     A club permit must—

        (a)     contain the permit holder's name and residential address; and

        (b)     contain sufficient information to identify the vehicle, including the vehicle's garage address; and

        (c)     specify whether it is a 45 day club permit or a 90 day club permit; and

        (d)     specify the permit period.

Reg. 156(3) amended by S.R. No. 172/2019 reg. 9(Sch. 5 item 109(b)).

    (3)     When the Secretary issues a club permit in respect of a vehicle, the Secretary must also issue in respect of that vehicle a club permit label in the form determined by the Secretary.

Reg. 156(4) substituted by S.R. No. 153/2013 reg. 12.

    (4)     A club permit label must be affixed as follows—

        (a)     in the case of a motor vehicle fitted with a windscreen or fixed windows—

              (i)     to the lower left or near side portion of the front windscreen of the vehicle; or

              (ii)     to any fixed window on the left or near side of the vehicle;

        (b)     in the case of a motor vehicle not fitted with a windscreen or fixed windows (other than a motor cycle), in a suitable holder on the left side of the vehicle;

        (c)     in the case of a motor cycle, in a suitable holder—

              (i)     to the left side of the motor cycle so that the front of the label faces outwards from the motor cycle; or

              (ii)     to the handlebar on the left side of the motor cycle so that the front of the label faces the front of the motor cycle; or

              (iii)     to the centre of the front of the motor cycle in a position as near as practicable to the top of the steering head so that the front of the label faces towards the front of the motor cycle; or

              (iv)     on or adjacent to the motor cycle's number plate in a way that the characters on the number plate are not obscured;

        (d)     for a trailer—

              (i)     on or adjacent to the vehicle's number plate in a way that the characters on the number plate are not obscured; or

              (ii)     so that the label is displayed in a suitable holder on the left side of the trailer in a position not more than 1·5 metres above ground level with the front of the label facing outwards from the trailer towards the left; or

              (iii)     if the trailer has a window on the left side not more than 1·5 metres above ground level, so that the label is fixed horizontally to the window not more than 15 centimetres from the bottom corner of the window nearest to the front of the trailer, with the front of the label against the inside surface of the window;

        (e)     in any other case, on or adjacent to the vehicle's rear number plate in a way that the characters on the number plate are not obscured.

Reg. 156(4A) inserted by S.R. No. 153/2013 reg. 12.

    (4A)     A driver of a vehicle under a club permit issued under this Part in respect of that vehicle must not use that vehicle on a highway if a club permit label, issued under this Part, is not affixed in accordance with this Part unless exempt under these Regulations or under any other law.

Penalty:     3 penalty units.

Reg. 156(4B) inserted by S.R. No. 153/2013 reg. 12.

    (4B)     A permit holder of a vehicle under a club permit issued under this Part must ensure that the vehicle is not used on a highway if a club permit label, issued under this Part, is not affixed in accordance with this Part unless exempt under these Regulations or under any other law.

Penalty:     3 penalty units.

Reg. 156(5) amended by S.R. No. 172/2019 reg. 9(Sch. 5 item 109(b)).

    (5)     When the Secretary issues a club permit in respect of a vehicle, the Secretary must also issue a log book in respect of that vehicle which has available entries for the operation of that vehicle for up to 90 days in the permit period.

Reg. 156(6) amended by S.R. No. 172/2019 reg. 9(Sch. 5 item 109(c)).

    (6)     On receipt of an application under regulation 155, the Secretary may issue a temporary club permit and temporary log book for use by the applicant until the applicant receives a club permit and log book.

    (7)     If an applicant under regulation 155 is issued with a temporary club permit, the applicant may operate the vehicle under the temporary club permit as though it were a club permit provided that—

        (a)     the applicant complies with the club permit conditions in regulation 157A(2) (except in relation to club permit labels); and

        (b)     the applicant destroys the temporary club permit and temporary log book on receipt of the club permit and log book.

Reg. 157 substituted by S.R. No. 116/2010 reg. 10.



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