Western Australian Repealed Regulations

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This legislation has been repealed.


1619 .         Painting numbers and signs

        (1)         The destination of an omnibus other than a school bus, when plying for hire, shall be clearly and conspicuously exhibited on the destination sign fitted to the vehicle, and be capable of being read, in daylight or when illuminated at night, at a distance of 27 metres.

        (2)         Unless the Director General determines otherwise, a school bus shall have — 

            (a)         the exterior of the body painted in a predominantly orange colour, relieved with green and the roof of cream or white; and

            (b)         the words “SCHOOL BUS” conspicuously painted on both the front and rear, in letters of not less than 100 millimetres in height.

        (3)         An omnibus shall be finished suitably by painting or other similar process.

        [Regulation 1619 amended in Gazette 2 Feb 1982 p. 407; 31 Jan 1997 p. 685-6.]

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