Wednesday, October 1, 2008

rules

http://www.vicroads.vic.gov.au/NR/rdonlyres/8A00D79B-03C5-4084-B5C2-7BE6A60406D3/0/part_15.pdf

256. Bicycle helmets
(1) The rider of a bicycle must wear an approved bicycle helmet securely fitted
and fastened on the rider’s head.
Penalty: 1 penalty unit.
Note Approved bicycle helmetis defined in the dictionary.
(2) Subrule (1) does not apply to a rider who—
(a) is exempt from wearing a bicycle helmet under subrule (5);and
(b) is carrying written evidence of that exemption;and
(c) produces that evidence to a police officer or authorised person when
asked to do so.
Note Authorised personand police officerare defined in the dictionary.
(3) The rider of a bicycle must not carry a passenger on the bicycle unless—
(a) the passenger is wearing an approved bicycle helmet securely fitted
and fastened on the passenger’s head;or
(b) the passenger—
(i) is exempt from wearing a bicycle helmet under subrule (5);and
(ii) is carrying written evidence of that exemption;and
(iii) produces that evidence to a police officer or authorised person
when asked to do so.
Penalty: 1 penalty unit.
Note Authorised personand police officerare defined in the dictionary.
(4) Subrule (3) does not apply to the rider of a three or four-wheeled bicycle who
is carrying a paying passenger.
(5) The Corporation may exempt, in writing, the rider of, or passenger on, a
bicycle from subrules (1) or (3).

258. Equipment on a bicycle
A person must not ride a bicycle that does not have—
(a) at least 1 effective brake;and
(b) a bell, horn, or similar warning device, in working order.
Penalty: 1 penalty unit.

259. Riding at night
The rider of a bicycle must not ride at night, or in hazardous weather
conditions causing reduced visibility, unless the bicycle, or the rider,
displays—
(a) a flashing or steady white light that is clearly visible for at least
200 metres from the front of the bicycle;and
(b) a flashing or steady red light that is clearly visible for at least
200 metres from the rear of the bicycle;and
(c) a red reflector that is clearly visible for at least 50 metres from the rear
of the bicycle when light is projected onto it by a vehicle’s headlight on
low-beam.
Penalty: 1 penalty unit.
Note Low-beamand nightare defined in the dictionary.

5 comments:

Jazzie said...

fuck the police

RDJ said...

true dat

adam said...

i believe it's "fuck da police"

BIG SIME said...

thats if your coming straight from the underground

RDJ said...

an afterthought...

note "kiss my nutsack" is defined in the dictionary.