(1) A sidecar attached to a motor cycle must be fixed to the left side of the motor cycle.
(2) A sidecar attached to a motor cycle must not—
(a) be of a mass or dimensions; or
(b) be attached in a way—
such that the driver is prevented or is likely to be prevented from safely driving or controlling the motor cycle and sidecar.
(3) A motor cycle must not have attached to it a sidecar, any part of which projects—
(a) for a distance of more than—
(i) 60 centimetres in front of the outer extremity of the front wheel of the motor cycle; or
(ii) 90 centimetres behind the outer extremity of the rear wheel of the motor cycle; or
(b) laterally beyond the extreme outer portion of the right side of the motor cycle.
(4) A person must not use a motor cycle with a sidecar attached, or cause or permit it to be used, on a highway that does not comply with this regulation.
Penalty: 5 penalty units.