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Road Rules 2014
Current version for 28 October 2019 to date (accessed 19 November 2019 at 23:51)
Part 19 Rule 313–1
313–1   NSW rule: exemptions for cash in transit vehicle drivers and escort vehicle drivers
(1)  A provision mentioned in column 1 of the table to subrule (3) does not apply to the driver of a cash in transit vehicle if—
(a)  the driver is engaged in picking up or delivering cash or other valuables for the holder of a master security licence who is providing the driver to carry on security activities involving the protection of cash in transit, and
(b)  the driver ensures that the conditions (if any) for that provision not to apply mentioned in column 2 of the table to subrule (3) are met, and
(c)  in the circumstances—
(i)  the driver can do so safely, and
(ii)  the driver is taking reasonable care, and
(iii)  it is reasonable that the provision should not apply.
(2)  A provision mentioned in column 1 of the table to subrule (3) does not apply to the driver of a cash in transit escort vehicle if—
(a)  the driver is accompanying a cash in transit vehicle that is engaged in picking up or delivering cash or other valuables for the holder of a master security licence who is providing the driver to carry on security activities involving the protection of cash in transit, and
(b)  the driver ensures that the conditions (if any) for that provision not to apply mentioned in column 2 of the table to subrule (3) are met, and
(c)  in the circumstances—
(i)  the driver can do so safely, and
(ii)  the driver is taking reasonable care, and
(iii)  it is reasonable that the provision should not apply.
(3)  For subrules (1) and (2), the provisions and conditions are as set out in the following table—
Column 1
Column 2
Provision
Conditions for provision not to apply
rule 167 (No stopping signs)
The driver stops the driver’s vehicle along a length of road to which a no stopping sign applies in circumstances where—
(a)  the sign has effect only during specified days or times, and
(b)  the driver stops at a place along the road that is not—
(i)  in a school zone, or
(ii)  on a pedestrian crossing (or within 20 metres before the crossing and 10 metres after the crossing), except at an intersection.
rule 168 (No parking signs)
 
rule 168–1 (NSW rule: restricted parking areas)
 
rule 179 (Stopping in a loading zone)
 
rule 179–1 (NSW rule: stopping in ticket-operated loading zone)
 
rule 180 (Stopping in a truck zone)
 
rule 181 (Stopping in a works zone)
 
rule 186 (Stopping in a mail zone)
 
rule 188 (Stopping in a shared zone)
The driver ensures that the driver’s vehicle has its hazard warning lights flashing while the vehicle is stopped.
rule 197 (Stopping on a path, dividing strip, nature strip, painted island or traffic island)
The driver ensures that the driver’s vehicle—
(a)  is not stopped on any of the following places—
(i)  a bicycle path,
(ii)  a dividing strip,
(iii)  a painted island (other than a painted island located on the side of a road),
(iv)  a footpath within 20 metres from the nearest point of an intersecting road at an intersection with traffic lights,
(v)  a footpath within 10 metres from the nearest point of an intersecting road at an intersection without traffic lights,
(vi)  a footpath within 20 metres before or 10 metres after a children’s crossing,
(vii)  a footpath within 20 metres before or 10 metres after a pedestrian crossing (except at an intersection),
(viii)  a footpath within 10 metres before or 3 metres after a marked foot crossing (except at an intersection), and
(b)  has its hazard warning lights flashing while the driver stops, and
(c)  does not impede the direct route of pedestrians.
rule 198 (Obstructing access to and from a footpath, driveway etc)
The driver—
(a)  stays in the driver’s vehicle while the vehicle is stopped, and
(b)  ensures that the driver’s vehicle has its hazard warning lights flashing while the vehicle is stopped, and
(c)  complies with any reasonable request to move the vehicle.
rule 199 (Stopping near a postbox)
 
rule 201 (Stopping on a road with bicycle parking sign)
 
rule 202 (Stopping on a road with motor bike parking sign)
 
rule 205 (Parking for longer than indicated)
 
rule 205A–1 (NSW rule: parking in special event parking areas)
 
rule 207 (Parking where fees are payable)
 
rule 207–1 (NSW rule: parking in metered parking areas)
 
rule 207–2 (NSW rule: parking in metered parking spaces)
 
rule 207–3 (NSW rule: parking in ticket parking areas)
 
rule 207–4 (NSW rule: parking in ticket parking spaces)
 
rule 207–5 (NSW rule: parking in coupon parking areas)
 
rule 207–6 (NSW rule: parking in coupon parking spaces)
 
rule 207–8 (NSW rule: parking in phone parking areas)
 
rule 207–9 (NSW rule: parking in phone parking spaces)
 
(4)  In this rule—
cash in transit escort vehicle means a vehicle (other than an armoured vehicle) to which the condition for a master security licence that is prescribed by clause 38(2) of the Security Industry Regulation 2007 applies.
cash in transit vehicle means an armoured vehicle to which the condition for a master security licence that is prescribed by clause 38(1) of the Security Industry Regulation 2007 applies.
master security licence means a master licence under the Security Industry Act 1997.
Note 1.
 Clause 38 of the Security Industry Regulation 2007 provides for conditions for a master security licence for security activities involving the protection of cash in transit. Those conditions require cash in transit vehicles and cash in transit escort vehicles used by the holder of the licence to have certain security features and display permanent company signage and markings.
Note 2.
 This rule is an additional NSW road rule. There is no corresponding rule in the Australian Road Rules.