This legislation has been repealed.
(1) The Commissioner
of Main Roads may, by notice in the Gazette , specify a road or a route on
which an oversize vehicle may be driven or used in accordance with any
conditions specified in the notice.
(2) A person who
drives or uses an oversize vehicle on a specified road or route in accordance
with any conditions specified in the notice does not commit an offence only
because the vehicle does not comply with regulation 1102, 1103 or 1104.
(3) If a member of the
Police Force has reason to believe that an oversize vehicle is being driven or
used on a specified road or route otherwise than in accordance with a
condition specified in the notice, the member may require the
discontinue driving or using the vehicle until the condition is complied with;
take the vehicle by a route indicated by the member of the Police Force to the
nearest police station or other suitable place and then to discontinue driving
or using it until the condition is complied with.
(4) If the driver is
not the owner of the vehicle, the driver must tell the owner that the
direction has been given.
(5) If the direction
is not complied with, each of the following persons commits an
owner of the vehicle;
driver of the vehicle;
person who drives or uses the vehicle except in accordance with the direction;
person who permits another person to drive or use the vehicle except in
accordance with the direction.
[Regulation 1106A inserted
in Gazette 17 Nov 1998 p. 6255-6.]