Notice Type
Authorities/Other Agencies of State
Notice Title

Exemption of Vehicles From Standards Compliance for the Purposes of Operation

and Certification
Pursuant to section 166 (1) of the Land Transport Act 1998 ("the Act"), and Regulation 36 of the Transport (Vehicle Standards) Regulations 1990, and being satisfied on those matters in section 166 (2) of the Act, and pursuant to an authority delegated to me by the Director of Land Transport Safety, I, John Andrew Justice, Acting Manager Safer Vehicles, exempt the vehicle specified in Schedule 1 of this notice from the requirements listed in Schedule 2, subject to the conditions specified in Schedule 3.
Schedule 1
Vehicle details
Make: Chrysler Jeep
Model: Sahara
Year: 1998
VIN No.: 1J4FYA9S9WP760449
Date Imported: February 2002
Owners: B. A. van Hove and R. van Hove
Schedule 2
Exempted requirements relating to
1. Sections 2.2 (1) and 2.3 (1) (a) of the Land
Transport Rule: Vehicle Standards Compliance 1998 ("the Compliance Rule") in respect of compliance with the requirements 2, 3 and 4 below.
2. Section 4.4 of the Compliance Rule; and
3. The requirements of the Transport (Vehicle Standards) Regulations 1990 relating to compliance with vehicle standards; and
4. The requirements of the following Land Transport Rules relating to compliance with approved vehicle standards:
Land Transport Rule: Door Retention Systems 1997
Land Transport Rule: Interior Impact 1997
Land Transport Rule: Steering Systems 1997
Land Transport Rule: External Projections 1997
Land Transport Rule: Glazing Windscreen Wipe and Wash and Mirrors 1999
Schedule 3
(i) The vehicle must have current evidence of in service inspection to be operated on the road
(i.e. be displaying a current Warrant of Fitness label).
(ii) This exemption will cease to be valid if the ownership of the vehicle is transferred within
3 years from the date the vehicle was imported into New Zealand.
(iii) A copy of this notice must be carried in the vehicle at all times and must be readily available for inspection.
Dated at Wellington this 26th day of February 2002.
JOHN ANDREW JUSTICE, Acting Manager Safer Vehicles, acting under the authority delegated to me by way of instrument of delegation dated 3 May 1999.