(1) A member of the Police Force may inspect any motor vehicle to which this Part applies in order to ascertain:(a) whether a monitoring device is fitted to the vehicle, and(b) whether any device so fitted appears to be operating correctly.(2) For the purposes of an inspection under subsection (1), a member of the Police Force may require the driver to operate the vehicle and to co-operate in any other manner reasonably necessary to facilitate the inspection.(3) A prescribed officer may:(a) require the driver of a motor vehicle to which this Part applies to produce for inspection:(i) his or her licence to drive the vehicle (whether issued in New South Wales or elsewhere), and(ii) any record required by this Part or the regulations to be carried by the driver of the vehicle during the journey, and(iii) any record carried by the driver in connection with the business to which the journey relates, and(b) make copies of, or take extracts from, any such record, and(c) make reasonable inquiries of the driver concerning any entries in any such record that are made by the driver.(4) For the purposes of this section:(a) a member of the Police Force wearing the uniform of the Force, or(b) a prescribed officer identifying himself or herself in the manner required by the regulations,may by any reasonably clear signal require the driver of any vehicle to which this Part applies to stop and park the vehicle.(5) A member of the Police Force or a prescribed officer may require a vehicle and its driver to stay for such time as is reasonably necessary for the exercise of a power conferred on the member or officer by this section.(6) A person must not:(a) obstruct or hinder a member of the Police Force or a prescribed officer in the exercise of a power conferred by this section, or(b) fail to comply with a requirement made under this section.
Maximum penalty: 50 penalty units.