This legislation has been repealed.
(1) Except in the
event of an emergency or breakdown, or to assist a person apparently in need
of assistance, a person shall not —
stand a vehicle on, or on any approach road to, or on the median strip or any
consolidated shoulder of, a freeway, or on any other part of a freeway
within the enclosure of a freeway except on a dual use path.
(2) This regulation
does not apply to a person employed by a competent authority who is carrying
duties in relation to a contra flow bus lane,
authorized by the
(3) Subregulation (1)
does not apply to a tow truck driver who is authorized by the Commissioner for
Main Roads to stand a tow truck on, or on any approach road to, or on the
median strip or any consolidated shoulder of, a freeway, or on any other part
of a freeway enclosure in anticipation of an emergency or breakdown, if the
tow truck driver acts within the authority and any limitations or conditions
imposed by that authority.
[Regulation 1804 amended in Gazette
25 July 1986 p.2460; 19 December 1986 p.4876;
7 December 1999 pp.5997-8.]