Land Transport Rule: Vehicle Standards Compliance 2002Rule 35001/1Part 1 Rule requirements.2Section 1 Application.18.104.22.168.4Title.2Scope of the rule.2Date when rule comes into force.3Application of rule provisions.3Section 2 Appointments of vehicle inspectors and inspecting organisations.32.1Vehicle inspectors and inspecting organisations.32.2Appointment of vehicle inspectors and inspecting organisations.32.3Requirements and conditions of appointment.32.4Delegations.42.5Application for appointment.42.6Fit and proper person criteria.5Section 3 Monitoring and reviewing of performance, and suspension and revocation of appointments.53.1Procedures for monitoring and reviewing performance.53.2Action following failure to comply with conditions of appointment or with this rule.53.3Immediate suspension or imposing of conditions.6Section 4 Inspection of vehicles at the border.64.1Application.64.2Inspection requirements.64.3Information to be recorded.6[4.4Assigning, affixing and attaching a VIN.6Section 5 Inspection of vehicles for conditional operation before entering or re-entering service.75.1Application.75.2Inspection requirements and conditions.75.3Determining whether a vehicle is safe for conditional operation.75.4Record of determination.75.5Conditional permits.7Section 6 Inspection and certification of vehicles for entry or re-entry into service.76.1Application.76.2When a vehicle must be certified for entry into service.76.3Inspection and certification of vehicles.86.4Determining compliance of a vehicle.96.5Specialist inspection and certification.96.6Record of determination.106.7Providing the [Agency] with other information.106.8Evidence of vehicle inspection.106.9Low volume vehicles.10Section 7 Inspection and certification of vehicles for operation in service.107.1Application.107.2Vehicles that may not be certified for operation in service.117.3Inspection and certification of vehicles for operation in service.117.4Determining compliance of a vehicle.117.5Specialist inspection and certification.127.6Record of determination.127.7Providing the [Agency] with other information.127.8Determining that a vehicle is safe to be operated subject to conditions.127.9Evidence of vehicle inspection.137.10Conditional permits.137.11Low volume vehicles.13Section 8 Verification and recording of vehicle loading and weight limits.138.1Application.138.2Pre-requisite for verification and recording of vehicle loading and weight limits.138.3Verification of loading and weight limits.138.4Record of loading and weight limits.148.5Certificates of loading.14Section 9 Evidence of vehicle inspection, conditional permits and certificates of loading.149.1Scope.149.2Evidence of vehicle inspection.149.3Requirements for warrants of fitness, certificates of fitness and alternative fuel inspection certificates.149.4Conditional permits.159.5Expiry dates for warrants of fitness and certificates of fitness.159.6Expiry dates for conditional permits.159.7When warrants of fitness, certificates of fitness, alternative fuel inspection certificates and conditional permits cease to be current.159.8Alternative expiry dates for certificates of fitness.159.9Certificates of loading.169.10Validity of certificate of loading.169.11Expiry dates for alternative fuel inspection certificates.169.12Inspection and certification for in-service fitness at change of ownership.16Section 10 Operation of vehicles.1610.1Application.1610.2Operation of vehicles with evidence of vehicle inspection or certificates of loading.1610.3Operation on annex B or annex C conditional permits.1710.4Purposes for conditional operation of a vehicle before entering or re-entering service.1710.5Conditional operation of vehicles in service.1710.6Operation of a low volume vehicle.1710.7Surrender of evidence of vehicle inspection, conditional permits and certificates of loading.17Section 11 Additional powers of the [Agency] [and responsibilities of other persons].1711.1Water-damaged vehicles.1711.2[Agency] may carry out functions of vehicle inspectors and inspecting organisations.17Brookers Online http://www.brookersonline.co.nz1
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