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Road Rules 2014
Current version for 29 November 2019 to date (accessed 10 April 2020 at 10:20)
323A Audible lines
(1) An audible line is a line on a road that is made up of a series of closely spaced raised pieces of material designed to create a continuous noise or vibration if driven on by a motor vehicle.Note.Motor vehicle is defined in the Dictionary.(2) A reference in these Rules to a line is to be taken to include a reference to an audible line, unless otherwise expressly stated.(3) For the purposes of these Rules—(a) an audible line is to be taken to be continuous even if there is no physical link between the pieces of material that make up the line,(b) if there is no physical link between those pieces, the colour of the audible line is to be taken to be the visible colour of those pieces.