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107—Damage to road infrastructure

        (1)         A person must not—

            (a)         drive or haul over a road any implement constructed in such a manner as to injure or damage any portion of the road;

            (b)         draw or drag over a road any sledge, timber, tree or other heavy material in contact with the surface of the road;

            (c)         except in crossing a road, drive on, or within two metres of any part of, the metalled, gravelled or other prepared surface of a road a vehicle having an articulated track instead of road wheels, unless the grips on the track are covered with road plates having an even bearing surface across the full width of the track when in contact with the road surface.

        (2)         A person must not remove or interfere with road infrastructure or damage it in any way other than through reasonable use.

        (3)         A person who damages road infrastructure other than through reasonable use must immediately report full particulars of the damage to a police officer or road authority.

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