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Road Rules 2014
Current version for 1 February 2019 to date (accessed 25 June 2019 at 03:20)
Part 21 Rule 349
349   References to certain kinds of roads
A reference in these Rules to a road of a particular kind is a reference to a road of that kind at any relevant place.
Example.
 Rule 31 deals with a driver starting a right turn at an intersection from a road (except a multi-lane road). The rule applies to a particular driver only if the road from which the driver is turning is not a multi-lane road at the intersection. In applying the rule to the driver, it is irrelevant that the road is, or is not, a multi-lane road at another place away from the intersection.