This legislation has been repealed.
(1) Where a vehicle is
used for the transport of loose materials or small objects that cannot be
individually secured, then the vehicle shall be equipped with front, side and
tail boards of a sufficient height to prevent the load or any portion of the
load from falling from the vehicle.
Subregulation (1) does not apply to a vehicle that is carrying bricks
securely tied in lots or packages and notwithstanding the provisions of that
subregulation, the Director General may, subject to such terms and conditions
as it may impose, issue to any person a permit to use a vehicle carrying a
load of bricks or other material on a body of a type approved by the Director
General although not equipped with front, side and tail boards.
[Regulation 1024 amended in Gazette
2 Feb 1982 p. 407; 31 Jan 1997 p. 685-6.]