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Road Rules 2014
Current version for 28 October 2019 to date (accessed 13 November 2019 at 20:23)
References to stopping or parking on a length of road etc
A driver stops or parks on a length of road, or in an area, if the driver stops or parks the driver’s vehicle so any part of the vehicle is on the length of road or in the area., and of road are defined in the Dictionary.A driver stops or parks within a particular distance from, before, or after, something if the driver stops or parks the driver’s vehicle so any part of the vehicle is within that distance.Rule 190 provides that a driver must not stop on a road within 10 metres before or after a safety zone. The example diagram in rule 190 shows a vehicle stopped so part of the vehicle is within 10 metres of the zone. For rule 190, the vehicle is taken to be stopped within 10 metres of the zone.A driver stops or parks on or across a driveway or other way of access for vehicles if the driver stops or parks the driver’s vehicle so that any part of the vehicle is on or across the driveway or way of access.In this rule—has the same meaning as in Part 12.has the same meaning as in Part 12.Part 12 deals with restrictions on stopping and parking.and are defined in the Dictionary. The definitions apply for Part 12.