Road Traffic Act, 2007
Act 6 of 2007
- Published in Swaziland Government Gazette Extraordinary 100 on 21 September 2007
- Assented to on 20 November 2006
- Commenced on 29 February 2008
- [This is the version of this document from 21 September 2007.]
Part I – Preliminary
1. Short title and commencement
2. DefinitionsIn this Act, unless the context otherwise indicates—“accident report certificate” means a certificate issued by a police officer after the assessment of an accident;“ambulance” means a motor vehicle specially constructed or adapted for the purpose of conveying sick or injured persons for medical treatment and which is registered in terms of section 13 as an ambulance;“animal” means any bovine animal, horse, ass, mule, sheep, goat, pig or ostrich and includes a dog;“articulated motor vehicle” means a combination of motor vehicles consisting of a truck-tractor and a semi-trailer;“authorised officer” means an examiner for driver’s licences, examiner of vehicles inspector of licences, a traffic officer, a traffic warden or an inspector for Government vehicles, and includes any other person whom the Minister may, by notice in the Gazette, declare to be an authorised officer;“breakdown vehicle” means a motor vehicle designed or adapted solely for the purpose of recovering salvaging motor vehicles and which is registered as a breakdown vehicle;“bridge” includes a culvert and a causeway;“builder” means a person who, for the purpose of his business of selling motor vehicles, manufactures or assembles motor vehicles in whole or in part from used components;“bus” means a motor vehicle designed or adopted solely for the conveyance of more than 30 persons, including the driver but does not exceed 22 metres in length;“bus-train” means a motor vehicle designed or adopted for the conveyance of more than 30 persons, including the driver and is more than 22 metres long;“by-law” means a by-law contemplated in section 104;“clearance certificate” means a certificate indicating that a vehicle has been licensed;“combination of motor vehicles” means two or more motor vehicles coupled together;“Convention” means—(a)the International Convention relative to Motor Traffic (Paris, 1926);(b)the United Nations Convention on Road Traffic (Geneva, 1949); or(c)the United Nations Convention on Road Traffic (Vienna, 1968);“convoy of motor vehicles” means six or more vehicles which are operated in a group on a public road;“cross” means to move on a public road in a direction which intersects the normal course of travel of traffic on such road;“dangerous goods” means any prescribed article or substance which is capable of posing a significant risk to health, safety, property or the environment when transported by road;“driver” means a person who drives or attempts to drive a vehicle or who rides or attempts to ride a pedal cycle or who guides a draught, pack or saddle animal or herd or flock of animals, and “drive” or any like word shall have a corresponding meaning;“driver’s licence” means a driver’s licence issued to persons who have passed the driver’s test;“driver’s licence testing centre” means an institution and place designated for testing;“driving school” means an institution that instructs persons in driving lessons;“edge of the roadway” means the boundary between the roadway and the shoulder, which is indicated by an appropriate road traffic sign, or in the absence of such sign—(a)in the case of a road with a bituminous or concrete surface, the edge of such surface; or(b)in the case of any other road, the edge of the improved part of the road intended for vehicular use;“examiner for driver’s licences” means a person who examines licences held by drivers;“examiner of vehicles” means a person appointed to examine vehicles;“fire-fighting vehicle” means a motor vehicle designed or adapted solely or principally for fighting fires and which is registered as such;“freeway” means a public road or a section of a public road which has been designated as a freeway by an appropriate road traffic sign;“goods” means any movable property;“goods vehicle” means a motor vehicle other than a motor cycle, motor tricycle, motor quadrucycle, motor car, minibus or bus, designed or adapted for the conveyance of goods on a public road and includes a truck-tractor, an adaptor dolly, a converter dolly and a breakdown vehicle;“gross combination mass”, in relation to a motor vehicle which is used to draw any other motor vehicle, means the maximum mass of any combination of motor vehicles, including the drawing vehicle, and load as specified by the manufacturer thereof or, in the absence of such specification, as determined by an examiner of vehicles;“gross vehicle mass”, in relation to a motor vehicle, means the maximum mass of such vehicle and its load as specified by the manufacturer or, in the absence of such specification, as determined by an examiner of vehicles;“importer” means a person who, for the purposes of his business of selling motor vehicles, imports new or used motor vehicles into Swaziland;“inspector for Government vehicles” means a person appointed to inspect Government vehicles;“inspector of licences” means a person appointed to inspect licences;“instructor” means a person who for direct or indirect reward—(a)instructs a person in the driving of a motor vehicle,(b)teaches a person the rules of the road or road traffic signs,in order to obtain a learner’s or driver’s licence;“instructor’s certificate” means a certificate issued to an instructor;“international driver’s permit” means an international driver’s permit issued in terms of a Convention or recognized thereunder;“intersection” means the area embraced within the prolongation of the lateral boundary lines of two or more public roads, open to vehicular traffic, that join one another at any angle, whether or not one such public road crosses the other;“kerb line” means the boundary between the shoulder and the verge;“learner’s licence” means a licence issued to persons who intend receiving instruction on the driving of motor vehicles;“left” means left reckoned by reference to the direction in or towards which the vehicle, animal or person is facing at the material time;“local authority” means—(a)an authority appointed by law; or(b)failing that, such other person or body as the Minister may appoint to exercise control over roads and traffic in a specified area;“manufacturer” means a person who, for the purposes of his business of selling motor vehicles, manufacturers or assembles new motor vehicles;“medical practitioner” means a person registered as a medical practitioner in accordance with the Medical and Dental Practitioners Act, No. 3 of 1970;“midibus” means a motor vehicle designed or adapted solely or principally for the conveyance of more than 17, but not more than 30 persons, including the driver;“minibus” means a motor vehicle designed or adapted solely or principally for the conveyance of more than nine, but not more than 16 persons, including the driver;“Minister” means the Minister responsible for Transport;“motor car” means a motor vehicle, other than a motor cycle, motor tricycle or motor quadrucycle, designed or adapted solely or principally for the conveyance of not more than nine persons, including the driver;“motor cycle” means a motor vehicle which has two wheels and includes any such vehicle having a side-car attached;“motor dealer” means a person who—(a)is engaged in the business of buying, selling or exchanging motor vehicles required to be registered and licensed under this Act; and(b)in addition, holds a licence under the Trading Licences Order, No. 20 of 1975, where under that Act a licence is necessary for a business referred to in paragraph (a);“motor quadrucycle” means a motor vehicle, other than a tractor, which has four wheels and which is designed to be driven by the type of controls usually fitted to a motor cycle;“motor trade number” means a number to be used by dealers for vehicles in their possession;“motor tricycle” means a motor vehicle, other than a motor cycle with a side-car or a tractor, which has three wheels and which is designed to be driven by the type of controls usually fitted to a motor cycle;“motor vehicle” means any self-propelled vehicle and includes—(a)a trailer;(b)a vehicle with a tare exceeding 30 kilograms and having pedals and an engine or an electric motor as an integral part thereof or attached thereto and which is designed or adapted to be propelled by means of such pedals, engine or motor, or both such pedals and engine or motor, but does not include—(i)a vehicle propelled by electrical power derived from storage batteries and which is pedestrain controlled;(ii)a vehicle with a tare not exceeding 230 kilograms and which is specially designed and constructed, and not merely adapted, for the use of any person suffering from some physical defect or disability and which is used solely by such person;“operate on a public road”, in relation to a vehicle, means to use or drive a vehicle or to permit a vehicle to be used or driven on a road, or to have or to permit to be on a public road, whether or not a person operating the vehicle is present;“operator” shall have the meaning assigned thereto in the Road Transportation Act;“owner”, in relation to a vehicle, subject to section 124, means—(a)a person who has the right to the use and enjoyment of a vehicle whether in terms of a contract, or otherwise, with the title holder of such vehicle;(b)any person referred to in paragraph (a), for any period during which such person has failed to return that vehicle to the title holder in accordance with the contractual agreement referred to in that paragraph; or(c)a motor dealer who is in possession of a vehicle for the purpose of sale,and who is registered as such and “owned” or any like word shall have a corresponding meaning;“park” means to keep a vehicle, whether occupied or not, stationary for a period of time longer than is reasonably necessary for the actual loading or unloading of persons or goods, but does not include any such keeping of a vehicle by reason of a cause beyond the control of the person in charge of such vehicle, and “parking” or any like word shall have a corresponding meaning;“pedal cycle” means any bicycle or tricycle designed for propulsion solely by means of human power;“pedestrain crossing” means—(a)that portion of a public road at an intersection included within the prolongation or connection of the kerb line and adjacent boundary line of such road, whether such portion is marked or not;(b)any other portion of a public road designated as a pedestrain crossing by appropriate road traffic signs;“police clearance”, in relation to a motor vehicle, means a document attesting to the fact that such motor vehicle and the engine thereof are not reported stolen;“police officer” means a member of—(a)the Royal Swaziland Police Force;(b)the police force reserve established under the Police Reserve Act, No. 62 of 1962;“prescribe” means prescribed by regulation;“prescribed territory” means—(a)the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, the Republic of South Africa, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, the Republic of Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho, the Republic of Zambia, the Republic of Malawi, Angola or Tanzania; or(b)such other territory as the Minister may by notice published in the Gazette declare to be a prescribed territory;“professional driver’s permit” means a professional driver’s permit issued under section 40 or a public driver’s permit deemed in terms of section 26 to be a professional driver’s permit;“public officer” means a person in the service of or holding office under the Government;“public road” means any road, street or thoroughfare or any other place, whether a thoroughfare or not, which is commonly used by the public or to which the public has a right of access and includes—(a)the verge of any such road, street or thoroughfare;(b)any bridge, ferry, ford or drift traversed by any such road, street or thoroughfare;(c)any other work or object forming part of or connected with or belonging to such road, street or thoroughfare;“Registrar” means a person appointed to be Registrar;“registration mark” means the combination of letters and numbers allotted to a motor vehicle for purposes of registration and identification and shall be as prescribed;“repealed Act” means the Road Traffic Act, No. 6 of 1965;“rescue vehicle” means a motor vehicle designed or adapted solely for the purpose of rescuing persons, and which is owned or controlled by the State, a local authority or a body of persons approved by the Minister and is registered as a rescue vehicle;“road authority”, in relation to a public road, means the Minister responsible for Construction and Maintenance of Roads or local authority responsible for the maintenance of a public road;“Road Fund Account” means the account referred to in section 126(4);“road traffic sign” means a sign placed on the road to regulate traffic;“roadway” means that portion of a road, street or thoroughfare improved, constructed or intended for vehicular traffic, which is between the edges of the roadway;“roadworthy”, in relation to a vehicle, means a vehicle which complies with the relevant provisions of this Act and is otherwise in a fit condition to be operated on a public road;“roadworthy certificate” in relation to a motor vehicle, means a certificate issued attesting to the fitness of the vehicle;“semi-trailer” means a trailer having no front axle and so designed that at least 15 percent of its tare is superimposed on and borne by a vehicle drawing such trailer;“shoulder” means that portion of a road, street or thoroughfare, between the edge of the roadway and the kerb line;“sidewalk” means that portion of a verge intended for the exclusive use of pedestrains;“special permit” means a special permit referred to in section 22;“tare”, in relation to a motor vehicle, means the mass of such vehicle ready to travel on road and includes the mass of—(a)any spare wheel and of all other accessories and equipment supplied by the manufacturer as standard for the particular model of motor vehicle concerned;(b)anything which is a permanent part of the structure of such vehicle;(c)anything affixed to such vehicle so as to form a structural alteration of a permanent nature; and(d)the accumulators, if such vehicle is self-propelled by electrical power, but does not include the mass of—(i)fuel;(ii)anything affixed to such vehicle which is not of the nature referred to in paragraph (b) or (c);“temporary permit” means a permit issued for a short specific time;“testing station” means a place designated for testing purposes;“this Act” includes any Regulations made under this Act;“title holder”, in relation to a vehicle and subject to section 124, means—(a)the person to give permission for the alienation of that vehicle in terms of a contractual agreement with the owner of such vehicle; or(b)the person who has the right to alienate that vehicle in terms of the common law, and who is registered as such by virtue of this Act;“tractor” means a motor vehicle designed or adapted mainly for drawing other vehicles and not for carrying any load thereon, but does not include a truck-tractor;“traffic lane” means a longitudinal division of a public road of sufficient width to accommodate the passage of a single line of vehicles;“traffic officer” means any member of the Swaziland Royal Police officer or a traffic officer appointed under section 5(1);“traffic signal” means a road traffic sign which, by means of automatic light signals, alternately directs traffic to stop and permits it to proceed;“traffic warden” means a traffic warden appointed under section 5(1);“trailer” means a vehicle which is not self-propelled and which is designed or adapted to be drawn by a motor vehicle, but does not include a side-car attached to a motor cycle;“truck-tractor” means a motor vehicle designed or adapted—(a)for drawing other vehicles; and(b)not to carry any load other than that imposed by the semi-trailer or by ballast,but does not include a tractor;“urban area” means that portion of gazetted area of jurisdiction under a local authority;“vehicle” means a device designed or adapted principally to travel on wheels or crawler tracks and includes such a device which is connected with a draw-bar to a breakdown vehicle and is used as part of the towing equipment of a breakdown vehicle to support any axle or all the axles of a motor vehicle which is being salvaged, other than such a device which moves exclusively on rails;“verge” means that portion of a road, street or thoroughfare, including the sidewalk, which is not the roadway or the shoulder.
Part II – Registrar and officers
3. Registrar of Road Traffic
4. Functions of RegistrarThe Registrar shall have the following functions —
5. Appointment of officers
6. Functions of inspector of licencesIn addition to the functions assigned to an inspector of licences by this Act, he may—
7. Functions of a police officer/traffic officer
8. Functions of examiner of vehicles
9. Functions of examiner for driver’s licences
10. Functions of inspector for Government vehicles
11. Failure to comply with instruction or direction of inspector of licences, traffic officer, examiner of vehicles or inspector for Government vehicles
12. Impersonating an authorized officer or inducing any such officer to forsake his duty
Part III – Registration and licensing of motor vehicles
13. Registration of motor vehicles
14. Motor vehicle deemed to be registered
15. Exemption from registrationThe Minister may by regulation exempt any class of vehicles, subject to the prescribed conditions, from the provisions of this Part relating to registration.
16. Licensing of motor vehicles
17. Motor vehicle deemed to be licensed
18. Exemption of motor vehicles from licensingThe Minister may by regulation exempt any class of vehicles, on the prescribed conditions, from the provisions of this Part relating to licensing.
19. Motor trade number
20. Motor trade number to be licensedEvery motor trade number issued under this Act shall be licensed by the holder of such motor trade number in the prescribed manner and against payment of the prescribed fee.
21. Number issued in prescribed territoryA number which has a similar purpose to that of a motor trade number, and which is issued in a prescribed territory in accordance with the laws of such territory, shall be deemed to be a motor trade number for the purposes of this Part when such number is displayed on a motor vehicle which is operated on a public road in Swaziland.
22. Temporary and special permits
Part IV – Fitness of drivers
23. Driver of motor vehicle to be licensed
24. Issue of learner’s and driver’s licencesA licence authorising the driving of a motor vehicle shall be issued in the prescribed manner and in accordance with the provisions of this Act and shall be either—
25. Prescribing classification of and other matters relating to learner’s and driver’s licencesSubject to the provisions of this Part, the Minister may make Regulations relating to—
26. Validity of licence to drive a motor vehicle issued under repealed Act or any prior legislation
27. Disqualification from obtaining or holding learner’s or driver’s licence
28. Failure to disclose disqualification in respect of licence authorising the driving of motor vehicle
29. Minister may appoint driver’s licence testing centre
30. Suspension or cancellation of registration of driver’s licence testing centreThe Minister may, if in his opinion a driver’s licence testing centre operated by any person or a department of Government no longer complies with the requirements referred to in section 29, suspend, for a period not exceeding three months, or cancel the registration of that driver’s licence testing centre in the prescribed manner.
31. Application for and issue of learner’s licence
32. Application for and issue of driver’s licence
33. Substitution of certain driver’s licences
34. Power of Minister in respect of examination and testing of applicant for learner’s or driver’s licenceNotwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Act, the Minister may, whenever he deems it expedient, direct where and by which examiner of driver’s licences an applicant for a learner’s or driver’s licence shall be examined and tested and at which testing centre such applicant may apply for a driver’s licence or the renewal of such licence.
35. When licence not issued in terms of this Act deemed to be a driver’s licence
36. Suspension or cancellation by the Minister of licence authorising the driving of a motor vehicle
37. Void of learner’s licence or driver’s licence issued contrary to the provisions of this ActA learner’s licence or driver’s licence issued contrary to the provisions of this Act shall be void, and the holder of such licence shall, upon the request of the Minister or the authority which issued such licence or a traffic officer, as the case may be, forthwith submit it to the Minister or such authority or officer, as the case may be, who shall cancel the licence, but subject thereto that—
38. Use of learner’s or driver’s licence by another person prohibitedA person who is the holder of a learner’s or driver’s licence shall not allow such licence to be used by any other person.
39. Permitting or assisting unlicensed driver to drive motor vehicleA person who is the owner or operator or is in charge or control of a motor vehicle shall not employ or permit any other person to drive such vehicle on a public road unless such other person is licensed under this Act to drive such vehicle.
40. Professional driver’s permit
41. Production of licence to court
42. Suspension of licence upon conviction of certain offences
43. Court may issue order for endorsement, suspension or cancellation of licence or disqualify person from obtaining licence
44. Procedure subsequent to endorsement, suspension or cancellation of licence or permit
45. Lapsing of endorsement on licence, reinstatement of suspended licence and authority to apply for licence
46. Instructor to obtain a certificate
47. Registration of driving school
Part V – Fitness of vehicles
48. Minister may appoint testing station and an agent
49. Suspension or cancellation of registration of testing stationThe Minister may, if in his opinion a testing station no longer complies with the requirements referred to in section 48, suspend, for such period as the Minister may consider appropriate, or cancel the registration of that testing station in the prescribed manner.
50. Roadworthy certificate required in respect of motor vehicle
Part VI – Road traffic signs, general speed limit and parking meters
51. Minister may prescribe road traffic signs
52. Authority to display road traffic sign
53. Failure to obey road traffic signs
54. Speed limit
55. Certain drivers may exceed general speed limitNotwithstanding section 54, a driver of a fire-fighting vehicle, a rescue vehicle, an ambulance or a traffic officer who drives such a vehicle in the performance of his duties, while engaged in civil defence, may exceed the applicable general speed limit, but subject thereto that—
56. Power of local authority to collect parking fees
57. Prohibition of erection of certain lampsExcept where the lamps are, in accordance with this Act or any other law, required to be displayed a person shall not erect, maintain or have in operation on or alongside a public road, any lamps exhibiting the colours red, amber or green within a distance of 15 metres of a traffic signal.
Part VII – Rules of the road
58. Vehicle to be driven on left side of roadway
59. Driving on divided public road
60. Passing of vehicle
61. Driving on shoulder of public road
62. Crossing or entering a public road or traffic lane
63. Driving signalsThe driver of a vehicle on a public road who intends to stop such vehicle or suddenly reduce the speed thereof, or to turn such vehicle to the left or right, or to move such vehicle to the left or right on the roadway, shall give a conspicuous signal of his intention, visible to any person approaching him from the front or from the rear or from the side, and of a duration sufficient to warn any such person of his intention.
64. Right of way at certain road junctionsThe driver of a vehicle on a public road shall, when he intends entering any portion of a public road which constitutes a junction of two or more public roads where vehicular traffic is required to move around a traffic island within such junction, yield the right of way to all vehicular traffic approaching from his right within such junction, unless his entry into such junction is controlled by an instruction given by a traffic officer or a direction conveyed by a road traffic sign requiring him to act differently.
65. Procedure when turning
66. Towing of vehiclesA person shall not operate a vehicle on a public road while towing or drawing another vehicle, otherwise than in accordance with the manner prescribed for the towing or drawing of any vehicle by another vehicle on a public road.
67. Stopping of vehicles
68. Parking of vehicles
69. Certain drivers may stop or park certain motor vehicles in any place where necessary
70. Compulsory stopsThe driver of a vehicle on a public road shall stop such vehicle—
71. General duties of driver or passenger of vehicle on public road
72. Duties relating to a motor cycle, motor tricycle or motor quadrucycle
73. Vehicle causing excessive noise, smoke or fumes
74. Use of hooterA person shall not use the sounding device or hooter of a vehicle except when such use is necessary in order to comply with the provisions of this Act or on the grounds of safety.
75. Riding of pedal cycles
76. Device running on rails
77. Animal on public road
78. Animal-drawn vehicles
79. Pedestrian’s right of way in pedestrian crossing
80. Duties of pedestrians
81. Racing and sports on public roads
82. Convoy on public road
83. Hindering or obstructing traffic on public road
84. Vehicle left or abandoned on public road
85. Damage to public road
86. Trading on a public road
87. Special provisions relating to freeways
Part VIII – Accidents and accident reports
88. Duty of a driver in event of accident
Part IX – Reckless or negligent driving, inconsiderate driving, driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquour or a drug having a narcotic effect and miscellaneous offences
89. Reckless or negligent driving
90. Inconsiderate drivingA person shall not drive a vehicle on a public road without reasonable consideration for other persons using that road.
91. Driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or a drug having a narcotic effect, or with excessive amount of alcohol in blood or breath
92. Accident report certificate
93. Unauthorised acts in relation to a vehicle
94. Misuse of Government vehicles
95. Furnishing false informationWithout derogating from any other provision of this Act, a person shall not—
96. Unlawful acts in relation to a registration mark or certain documents
Part X – Presumptions and legal procedure
97. Presumption in regard to public road, freeway and public road in an urban areaIf in a prosecution under this Act—
98. Presumption in regard to mass ascertained by means of massmeter or other mass-measuring instrumentWhere in any criminal proceedings arising out of an alleged contravention of this Act, evidence to prove such contravention is given of a mass as ascertained by means of a massmeter or other mass-measuring instrument, it shall be prima facie evidence that such mass is correct.
99. Presumption in regard to gross vehicle mass of motor vehicleWhere in any criminal proceedings arising out of an alleged contravention of this Act the gross vehicle mass of a motor vehicle is or may become relevant to the issue, a document purporting to be an affidavit made by an authorised officer who in that affidavit alleges that he is an authorised officer and that the gross vehicle mass of such vehicle is as specified in that affidavit, shall, upon its mere production at such proceedings, be prima facie proof that the gross vehicle mass of such vehicle is as so specified.
100. Proof of gross vehicle mass of motor vehicleAny document purporting to have been issued by a manufacturer and stating the gross vehicle mass of a particular model of motor vehicle manufactured by the manufacturer, shall be prima facie evidence as to the gross vehicle mass of such model.
101. Presumption that owner drove or parked vehicleWhere in any criminal proceedings under—
102. Presumption in regard to officersIn any prosecution under any of the provisions of this Act, the fact that a person purports to act or has purported to act as a traffic officer or an inspector of licences, examiner of vehicles, examiner for driving licences or inspector for Government vehicles, shall be prima facie evidence of his appointment and authority so to act, but subject thereto that the provisions of this section shall not apply with regard to a prosecution on a charge relating to impersonation.
Part XI – Regulations
103. Power of Minister to make regulations
104. Power of local authority to make by-laws
Part XII – Registers and records
105. Registers or records to be kept
106. Copy of entry in register to be evidence
107. Cognisance may be taken of information contained in register or recordThe Minister may, in exercising a discretion or taking a decision in terms of this Act, take cognisance of the information contained in a register or record contemplated in section 105.
Part XIII – General
108. Exemptions with regard to fees and parking
109. Imposition of toll, levies, charges or fees
110. Doubt concerning use or classification of motor vehicleIf, for the purposes of this Act, any doubt arises as to the use to which any vehicle is put or the classification of any vehicle, such matter shall be referred to the Minister for a decision.
111. Vehicle and load may be exempted from the provisions of this ActThe Minister may, subject to such conditions and upon payment of such fees or charges as he may determine, authorise in writing, either generally or specifically, the use on a public road of a vehicle which does not comply with the provisions of this Act or the conveyance on a public road of passengers or any load otherwise than in accordance with the provisions of this Act.
112. Minister to authorise certain refunds
113. Inspectorate and inspections
114. Duplicate of document or token
115. Certified copies
116. Thumb printA person who is unable to sign his name shall, whenever his signature is required on a document in terms of this Act, impress in place thereof his left thumb print upon the space within which he would otherwise have been required to sign his name and if it is not possible to obtain the left thumb print of such person, the imprint of any other finger may be required, in which case the finger thus used shall be identified in writing under each imprint of such finger by the officer in whose presence the imprint was made.
117. Service of notice and notice of intent to prosecute
118. Appeal to Minister
119. State boundThe Act shall bind the State and any person in the service of the State, but the Minister may, by notice in the Gazette, exempt the State or any such person from any provision of this Act, subject to such conditions as the Minister may determine.
120. Seizure of vehicles
121. Incorporation of standard by reference
122. Offences and penalties
123. Apportionment of fines
124. Transitional provision relating to owner and title holder
125. Agreements relating to execution and performance of certain functions
126. Repeal of laws and savings
History of this document
29 February 2008
21 September 2007 this version
20 November 2006
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