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Victorian Road Rules and Regulations 2009 New regulations road show. Background. The Road Safety Regulations project will provide up to date road safety regulations, that are nationally consistent.
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No changes to delegations
School crossing supervisors
authority to use hand held signs
Clear document setting out traffic management requirements
Provision to recoup admin expenses for applications
Administrative burden reductions
painted island at a freeway on ramp.
TM note 14 provides details
Continuous dividing lines often introduced to improve delineation
3m clearance will be required between a parked vehicle and the continuous dividing line
If parking is to be permitted and there would be less than 3m between the parked vehicle and the dividing line, either
make the dividing line a broken line using a 9m line / 3m gap, or
introduce permissive parking signs (driver issue)
All young children under seven years must be properly restrained when travelling in a car.
The type of restraint required to be used are as follows:
Under six months old
Properly fastened and adjusted approved rearward facing child restraint.
Between six months and under four years old
Properly fastened and adjusted approved rearward facing OR forward facing child restraint with inbuilt harness.
Between four years but under seven years old
Properly fastened and adjusted approved forward facing child restraint with inbuilt harness OR a properly positioned booster seat and fastened and adjusted seatbelt.
Children under four years must not travel in the front seat of a car which has two or more rows of seats.
Children between four and seven years must not travel in the front seat unless all other seats are occupied by children under seven years of age.
After all seating positions fitted with restraints/seatbelts are occupied, carrying additional unrestrained children as passengers is prohibited.
Note - for children under seven years, taxis and buses are exempt from the mandatory child restraint law.
A driver must keep a crossing clear (including children’s crossing, marked foot crossings and pedestrian crossings).
A driver must stop at the first stop line of the area reserved for cyclists, and must not enter this area when the traffic light is red.
If obstructing a driveway, a driver is only allowed two minutes to pick up or drop off passengers and must not leave the vehicle unattended.
When driving a car, the driver must not have another person or animal on their lap.
NOTE - This rule does not apply to Learner and P1 drivers, who are not permitted to use a hand-held or hands-free mobile phone while driving.
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