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Conditions

Registration conditions associated with conditional registration.

Class A1: Farm Use

 

Class A2: Industrial Use

The vehicle is used solely for farm or industrial use and requires limited access to public roads while moving from one part of the property to another.

Conditions:

  • Use is limited to sections of road between parts of one property or separate properties owned by the same operator - MS1
  • Vehicle not to be driven/ridden on a public street between sunset and sunrise - TR1
  • Distance travelled is not to exceed 10 km in length - MS2
  • Vehicle not to exceed manufacturer's loading and towing specifications - GO1

In addition to the above, All Terrain Vehicles and motor cycles must comply with the following:

  • Driver/rider to hold a current driver licence of the appropriate class - MS3
  • The vehicle must be manufactured by a recognised manufacturer or be the subject of an engineer's report on stability and overall safety. Manufacturers recognised by the Department are Polaris, Yamaha, BMW, Kawasaki, Honda and Suzuki.
  • Approved helmet must be worn - MS4
  • No pillion passengers to be carried - MS5
  • Speed not to exceed the lesser of 40km/h or the manufacturer's maximum recommended speed rating when on a public street - MS6

Class B: Recreational Use

The vehicle is used for recreational purposes on public land (Municipal, State or Commonwealth).

Conditions:

  • The driver/rider must comply with directions and advice contained in the most current edition of the "Ride Around Tasmania" brochure, available from Service Tasmania - MS12
  • Must not be driven on any classified or council road other than those specifically mentioned in the permit allowing use of the vehicle in a particular area - MS13
  • Speed limit on all pathways, tracks or roadways not to exceed the lesser of 40km/h or the manufacturers maximum recommended speed rating - MS6
  • Vehicles to be transported to and from the approved recreation area by truck or trailer - MS14 Vehicle not to be driven/ridden between sunset and sunrise - TR1

In addition to the above, all terrain vehicles and motor cycles must comply with the following:

  • The vehicle is manufactured by a recognised manufacturer or be the subject of an engineer's report on stability and overall safety. Manufacturers recognised by the Department are Polaris, Yamaha, BMW, Kawasaki, Honda and Suzuki.
  • Driver/rider to hold a current driver's licence of the appropriate class - MS3
  • Approved helmet must be worn - MS4
  • No pillion passengers to be carried - MS5

Class C: Municipal and Other Work Use (All Terrain Vehicles only)

The vehicle is used for roadside maintenance such as grass cutting or weed spraying.

Conditions:

  • The vehicle is required to be manufactured by a recognised manufacturer or be the subject of an engineer's report on stability and overall safety. Manufacturers recognised by the Department are Polaris, Yamaha, BMW, Kawasaki, Honda and Suzuki.
  • Vehicle is only to be used while at work and when returning to the starting point of the work - GO5
  • Spraying or cutting attachments must be affixed at all times - MS8
  • Vehicle is not to be ridden on a public street from its depot to the start of work or from the finish of work back to the depot unless the distance is less than 2km - MS9
  • Speed not to exceed the lesser of 40 km/h or the manufacturer's maximum recommended speed rating when on a public street - S1
  • Driver to hold a current driver licence of the appropriate class - MS3
  • No pillion passengers to be carried - MS5.
  • Vehicle not to exceed manufacturers loading specifications - MS15 (enter condition)
  • Approved helmet must be worn except while spraying if protective breathing equipment is being worn - MS10
  • Vehicle not to be driven between sunset and sunrise - TR1

Class D: Boat Transportation Use

The vehicle is used for the transportation of a boat trailer to and from a person's property to the nearest launching ramp.

Conditions:

  • Use is limited to the streets between the operator's property and a designated boat ramp - MS11
  • Distance travelled is not to exceed 10 km in length - MS2
  • Vehicle not to exceed manufacturer's loading and towing specifications - GO1

Class E: Golf Buggies

An electric or combustion powered vehicle designed as a 3 or 4 wheeled golf buggy used either on private or public golf courses that use public thoroughfares or cross public roads.

Conditions:

  • Driver to hold a current drivers licence of the appropriate class - MS3
  • Must not be driven on any classified or council road other than for the purpose of crossing the road in a safe area provided by the golf course - MS13
  • Vehicle not to be driven between sunset and sunrise - TR1

Class F:Over Snow Vehicles

The vehicle is used in designated National Park areas with approval of the relevant authority.

Conditions:

  • Driver to hold a current driver licence of the appropriate class - MS4