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Road Rules 2014
Current version for 28 October 2019 to date (accessed 19 November 2019 at 05:38)
NSW rule: special provisions relating to boat trailers
Any boat trailer is taken to comply with an affixing provision if the affixed item is securely affixed to a removable panel or panels, constructed of wood, metal or other suitable material and the panel or panels are—while a boat is being carried on the trailer—securely affixed to the boat in such a manner that the affixed item is in a position and is facing in a direction that would comply with the provisions of these Rules if the boat comprised part of the trailer, andwhile a boat is not being carried on the trailer—securely affixed to the trailer in such a manner that the affixed item is in a position and is facing in a direction that complies with the provisions of these Rules.In this rule—, in relation to an affixing provision, means any light, reflector or flashing light turn signal to which the affixing provision applies.means any provision of these Rules relating to the affixing of and any fitting for any light, reflector or flashing light turn signal required or permitted by these Rules to be fitted to the trailer.means a trailer constructed or that is being used for the conveyance of a boat.is defined in the Dictionary.This rule is an additional NSW road rule. There is no corresponding rule in the Australian Road Rules.