This legislation has been repealed.
(1) Subject to
subregulation (2) where a vehicle being driven upon a carriageway is
approaching an omnibus that is about to be driven, or is being driven out,
from a bus embayment, the driver of the approaching vehicle shall give way to
the omnibus if —
driver of the omnibus is displaying the appropriate signal as prescribed by
omnibus has affixed on the rear at the off-side a sign, having a minimum area
of 0.125 square metres, in or similar to the diagram illustrated in
regulation 604A; and
speed limit applicable, pursuant to regulation 1001 to the portion of the
carriageway on which the bus embayment is situated, is not more than 70
kilometres per hour.
(2) Where a bus
embayment is situated on a laned carriageway, subregulation (1) shall
only apply to the driver of a vehicle travelling in the lane adjacent to the
left-hand boundary of the carriageway.
[Regulation 604B inserted in Gazette
11 December 1987 p.4380.]