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1Class A1/A2 Farm 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.

Condition

Conditions requirements

MS1

Use is limited to sections of road between parts of one property or separate properties owned by the same operator

TR1

Vehicle not to be driven/ridden on a public street between sunset and sunrise

MS2

Distance travelled is not to exceed 10 km in length

GO1

Vehicle not to exceed manufacturer's loading and towing specifications

Additional conditions for All Terrain Vehicles and Motorcycles1

MS3

Driver/rider to hold a current driver licence of the appropriate class

MS4

Approved helmet must be worn

MS5

No pillion passengers to be carried

MS6

Speed not to exceed the lesser of 40km/h or the manufacturer's maximum recommended speed rating when on a public street

2Class B Recreational Use

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

Condition

Conditions requirements

MS12

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

MS13

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

MS6

Speed limit on all pathways, tracks or roadways not to exceed the lesser of 40km/h or the manufacturers maximum recommended speed rating

MS14

Vehicles to be transported to and from the approved recreation area by truck or trailer

TR1

Vehicle not to be driven/ridden between sunset and sunrise

Additional conditions for All Terrain Vehicles and Motorcycles1

MS3

Driver/rider to hold a current driver's licence of the appropriate class

MS4

Approved helmet must be worn

MS5

No pillion passengers to be carried

3Class C All-Terrain Vehicles used for Municipal/Other work

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

Condition

Conditions requirements

GO5

Vehicle is only to be used while at work and when returning to the starting point of the work

MS8

Spraying or cutting attachments must be affixed at all times

MS9

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

S1

Speed not to exceed the lesser of 40 km/h or the manufacturer's maximum recommended speed rating when on a public street

MS3

Driver to hold a current driver licence of the appropriate class

MS5

No pillion passengers to be carried

MS15

Vehicle not to exceed manufacturers loading specifications

MS10

Approved helmet must be worn except while spraying if protective breathing equipment is being worn

TR1

Vehicle not to be driven between sunset and sunrise

4Class 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.

Condition

Conditions requirements

MS11

Use is limited to the streets between the operator's property and a designated boat ramp

MS2

Distance travelled is not to exceed 10 km in length

GO1

Vehicle not to exceed manufacturer's loading and towing specifications

5Class 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.

Condition

Conditions requirements

MS3

Driver to hold a current drivers licence of the appropriate class -

MS13

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

TR1

Vehicle not to be driven between sunset and sunrise

6Class F: Boat Transportation Use

Condition

Conditions requirements

MS4

Driver to hold a current driver licence of the appropriate class

1The 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 we recognise are:

  • Yamaha
  • BMW
  • Kawasaki
  • Honda
  • Suzuki.