Traffic Law Publication – Headings to useful criminal traffic law publication for Australian criminal traffic lawyers

Below are the subject headings to a very useful criminal traffic law publication for Australian criminal traffic lawyers

Table of Subject and Keyword headings

Presentation note

Aborigines

Articles

Sentencing

Accumulation of sentence

‘A consequence of’ the driving of the vehicle’

Acts endangering life or creating risk of serious harm

Adjacent land

Entering road from

Aiding & abetting dangerous driving

Alcohol

Articles

Accustomed to heavy drinking

Effect of consumables on alcohol testing results

Breath analysis principles

Drinking after ceases driving and before breath test

Effects of (on motorcyclist)

Elimination rates

Evidence

Intervention orders

Leading animals while driving/riding

Mouth wash

Passengers (articles)

Post-accident use of

Reaction time (expert evidence)

Alighting passengers

Ambulances

Animal drawn vehicles

Lights on

Animals

ARRs

Arising out of use of motor vehicle

Arrows

Assumptions

Driving of others (re)

Law being observed

Australian Capital Territory

Annotations and/or links to relevant legislation

Crimes Act 1900

s29(2) – Culpable driving of motor vehicle

s29(4)

Crime (Sentencing) Act 2005

s17 – Non-conviction order

s33(1) – Sentencing – Relevant considerations

Criminal Code 2002

Road Transport (Alcohol and Drugs) Act 1977

s15AA – Taking blood samples from people in hospital

s17 – Exemptions from requirements to take blood samples …

s19 – Prescribed blood alcohol concentration exceeded

s22 – Refusing to provide breath sample

s23 – Refusing blood test etc

Road Transport (Driver Licensing) Act 1999

s32(1)(a) – Offences committed by disqualified drivers

s32(2) – Offences committed by disqualified drivers

Road Transport (General) Act 1999

s44 – Suspension for non payment of infringement notice penalties

s61B – Immediate suspension of licence

s61C – Drive while suspension notice in effect

Road Transport (Safety and Traffic Management) Act 1999

s5B(2)(b) – Burnouts

s6 – Negligent driving

s10B – Impounding or forfeiture of vehicles

Australian Road Rules 1999 (ARRs)

Applicability of

Definitions in

List of rules indexed

Governor’s power to make regs beyond ARRs

NSW

Table of rules judicially considered

Whether ARRs validly enacted

Authority

Whether driving with owner’s

Automatism

Autopsy

Bicycle crossing

Lights

Stopping at or near

Bicycle lanes

Bicycle – Motorised/power-assisted

Bicycle parking sign

Stopping where

Bicycle path

Pedestrians

Riding on

Stopping on

Bicycle ‘riding’

Bicycle trailer

Blood samples – Issues with

Body parts outside vehicle

Boomgate

Brakes/braking

Bicycles

Expert evidence

Failure to brake

Breast feeding (offender)

Driveways – Breath test in

Bridge

Giving way

Overtaking on

Stopping on

Burnouts/Doughnuts

Buses

Braking sharply

Doors

Giving way to

No buses sign

Pulling out from stop

Special traffic light signals

Warning lights

Bus lane

Bus stop

Stopping at or near

Bus zone

Stopping in

Car doors

Carjacking

CB radio

Changing lanes

Continuous lines (when)

Giving way

No indication

Children’s crossings

Clearance signs

Clearway

Stopping on

Continuous lines

Changing lanes when

White edge line

Control of vehicle

‘Contumacious’ conduct

‘Convicts’/’Conviction’

Conviction of non-drivers

Convoy

Councils/authorities

Criminal actions (duty to guard against)

Criminal injuries compensation

Criminality

P’s violence toward D

Cyclists

ARRs

Car doors (collisions with)

Crossings

Cycles (brakes & warning devices)

Hand signals

Helmets

Hook turns

Motorised/power-assisted bike

Night riding

No bicycles signs and markings

Overtaking vehicles

‘Riding’

Sudden moves into vehicle’s path

Towing of

Traffic hazard (must not cause)

Travelling too close

Two or more abreast

Dangerous conduct

Dangerous driving

Date of offence (incorrectly specified)

‘Decision’

‘Defect in the vehicle’

Defensive driving

Delegated powers

Demerit points

Disabilities

Stopping in parking area for people with

Disqualification from driving

Distances

Perceiving

Dividing strip

Giving way at

Keeping off

Stopping on

Door-to-door delivery/collection

Vehicles travelling for

Double parking

Drag racing

Drink driving

‘Driver’

Driver disqualification

Lengthy periods of

Driveways

Obstructing access to

Driving (whether)

ARRS – Definitions

General

Interference with steering by another

Passenger

Short distances

Whether driving with owner’s authority

Drugs

Post-accident use of

Reaction time (expert evidence)

Dusty conditions

Duties of driver involved in crash

Duty of Care

Driver (after accident}

Edging out into path of traffic

‘Effective’ or ‘proper’ control of vehicle

Emergency vehicles

Emergency situations

General

Indicators of degree of

Emergency stopping lane

Signs

Stopping in

Entering road dangerously

Epileptic seizure

Evidence

Breath analysis certificate

Character as a driver

Diagram of police officer

Guide to driving test

Improper conduct (evidence excluded because of)

Photographic

Police reports

Reaction times

Res gestae

Tendency/propensity evidence

Video footage

View

Wikipedia

Exempt vehicles

Duties of

Expert evidence

Accident reconstruction

Calculations

Distances (perceiving)

Evidence Act 1995 (s79)

Evidence Act 1995 (s135)

Experts (qualifying as)

Tyres

Failure to stop (offence of)

Fatigue – Driving with

Fire fighting

Fire hydrant

Stopping near

First or second offence?

Foggy conditions

Fog lights

Following drivers/vehicles

Safe distances

Footpath

Cyclists

Definition of

Driving on

Obstructing access to

Pedestrians

Forgiveness of victim

Freedom of information

Freeway

Stopping on

Gears

Give way signs

Giving way

Habitual traffic offenders

Hazards

Dust

Objects on road

Hazard warning lights

Head lights

Dazzling

Head lights not on when poor visibility

High beam

Heavy vehicles

Definitions

Gears

Speed limits

Stopping on roads

Hit & run

Honest & reasonable mistake of fact

Hook turns

Horn

Illegal enterprise

Illegality

Swerving deliberately at pedestrians

Inattention

‘In’ a vehicle

Incapable of exercising ‘effective’ or ‘proper’ control of vehicle

‘In charge of motor vehicle’

Incorrect side of road (driving on)

Indication

ARRs

Changing lanes

‘Changing direction’

Hand signals

Stopping

Indicators

Judicial notice

Inexperienced drivers

Intersection controlled by traffic lights

Intersections

Blocked

Joy-riding

Articles

Judicial notice

Alcohol

Indicators

Juvenile traffic offenders

Immaturity

Keep clear markings

Keep left/keep right signs

Keeping to the left

Lane

Special use

Stopping in

Travelling in

Learner drivers

Instructor regarded as driver

Left turns

Left turn signs

Level crossings

Pedestrians

Stopping on or near

Licence disqualification

Licence disqualification – Back-dating

Licence disqualification and employment

Licensing

Lights

Dazzling

Hazardous weather conditions

Night driving

Spotlights

Stopped vehicles

Loading zone

Stopping in

Load limit signs

Load(s)

ARRs

Long vehicles

Safe distances

Stopping on roads

Mail zone

Stopping in

Manslaughter – Motor

Median strip parking area

Median turning bay

Mental impairment

Elements of offence (mental impairment and)

Sentencing the mentally impaired

Mistake of fact or law

Mitigation in criminal cases

Victim’s conduct

Mobile phones

Articles

ARRs (‘use’ of)

General

Offences

Texting while driving

Momentary inattention

Motorcycle parking signs

Stopping where

Motorcyclists

ARRs

Car doors (collisions with)

Defensive driving

Helmets

Two or more abreast

Motor vehicle (whether)

Motor Vehicles Act (SA)

Moving vehicles

Entering or getting on

Narrow roads/spaces/streets

National Measurement Act 1960

Nature strip

Driving on

Stopping on

Necessity

New South Wales

Annotations and/or links to relevant legislation

Civil Liability Act 2002

s54 – Criminals not to be awarded damages

Crimes Act 1900

s33 – Wounding or grievous bodily harm with intent

s52A(1) – Dangerous driving occasioning death

s52A(1)(c) – Dangerous driving occasioning death

s52A(2) – Aggravated dangerous driving occasioning death

s52A(3) –  Dangerous driving causing grievous bodily harm

s52A(4) – Aggravated dangerous driving causing GBH

See also Manslaughter (motor)

s52AB – Failing to stop and assist

s59 – Assault occasioning actual bodily harm

s154A(1)(b) – Taking a conveyance without consent of owner

Road Obstructions (Special Provisions) Act 1979

Road Obstructions (Special Provisions) Regulation 1990

Road Rules 2008

Road Transport Act 2013

Road Transport (Driver Licensing) Act 1998  *now repealed

s16 – Suspension of licence

s25(2)&(3) – Driver must be licensed

s25A(1)(a) – Offences committed by disqualified drivers

s25A(2)(a)

s25A(6)(b) & (10)(b)

s25A(7) – Offences committed by disqualified drivers etc

s33 – Cancellation or suspension of licence

Road Transport (General) Act 2005 *now repealed

s3 – Definitions

s21(1) – Operators

s53 – Liability of consignor

s56 – Liability of operator

s57 – Liability of driver

s58(3) – Liability of consignee

s60 – Matters to be taken into consideration by courts (breach of mass, load etc)

s87 – Reasonable steps defence

s92 – Special defence for all owners or operators

s136 – Direction to stop vehicle

s173 – Requirement to disclose identity

s179(7) – False nomination of person in charge of vehicle

s187(1) – Licence disqualification

s188(2)(d)(i) & (ii) – Disqualification for major offences

s198(1)(a)(iii) – Habitual traffic offenders

s199 – Habitual traffic offenders

s202 – Quashing of declaration and bar against appeals

Road Transport (General) Regulation 2005 *now repealed

  1. 44 – Impaired with fatigue
  2. 68 – BFM hours solo drivers

Road Transport (Safety and Traffic Management) Act 1999 *now repealed

s9 – Prescribed concentrations of alcohol

s27(1) – Procedure for taking samples following arrest

s29(2)(a) – Offences re sobriety assessments and testing for drugs

s42 – Negligent, furious or reckless driving

s44 – Approved speed measuring devices

s46 – Certificates concerning approved speed measuring devices

s47 – Photographic evidence of speeding offences

s73A(2) – Rebuttal of evidence of matters of specialised knowledge

Roads Regulation 2008

Night driving

Lights

No entry sign

Noise

No-stopping zone

Stopping in

Northern Territory

Annotations and/or links to relevant legislation

Criminal Code

Schedule One

s174D – Recklessly endangering serious harm

s174F(1) – Death

s174F(2) – Serious harm

s174FA – Hit & run

Motor Accidents (Compensation) Act

Motor Accidents (Compensation) Regulations 2007

Motor Vehicles Act

Motor Vehicles Regulations

Sentencing decisions generally

Traffic Act

s21 – High range breath or blood alcohol content

s22(1) – Driving under influence

s22(3)(b)(ii)

s29AAC(1)(b)(ii)

s29AAD(2) – Further breath analyses

s29AAE – Failing to submit to breath analysis

s31 – Driving disqualified

s32 – Driving unlicensed

s33 – Driving unregistered vehicle

s46 – Liability at common law and by statute

Traffic Regulations

r9 – Persons to give particulars

r19 – Duties of driver after crash

r58 – Conduct of breath analysis

No turn signs

Number plates

Obstructing drivers or pedestrians

Obstructing police

Obstructions on the road

Keeping to the left

Stopping near

One-way streets

Service roads

Signs

Overhead lane control devices

Oversized vehicles

Overtaking

ARRs

Illegally

Turning vehicles (right)

Signs

Overtaking lanes

Head-on collision

Ownership of vehicle

Proof of

Painted island

Parked vehicles

No parking sign

Parking

Angle

Double

Median strip area

Owner deemed to have committed offence (where)

Parallel

Parking bays (in)

Parole

Passengers

Alighting

Duty of driver towards (when displaced)

Interfering/obstructing drivers

Path

Driving on

Pedestrian crossing

Crossing near

Duties re approaching

Giving way at

Lights (controlled by)

Lights malfunctioning

Passing or overtaking

Stopping on or near

Pedestrians

ARRs (crossing road)

ARRs (definition of pedestrians)

Definition of

Hit from behind

Traffic lights (disobeying)

Traffic hazard or obstruction (not to cause)

Walking along road (facing oncoming traffic)

Permit zone

Stopping in

Police officers

ARRs

Duties of drivers towards

Duties of re driving

Emergency situation

Escort

Exempt vehicles

Police chase/pursuit

Roadblock

Roadblock (negligence in not maintaining)

Stopping traffic

Taking control

Traffic lights (going through red light)

Warnings of

Police vehicles

Post-accident

Driver’s responsibilities

Post box

Stopping near

Precedents

Relevance of

Public road/street

Pulling out

Queensland

Annotations and/or links to relevant legislation

Civil Liability Act 2003

s45 – Criminals not to be awarded damages

Criminal Code 1899

s24 – Mistake of fact

s317 – Acts intended to cause grievous bodily harm etc

s328A(3) – Dangerous operation of a vehicle

s328A(4) – Dangerous operation of a vehicle causing grievous bodily harm

s328A(4) – Dangerous operation of a vehicle … causing death

s575 – Offences involving circumstances of aggravation

Justices Act 1886

s47 – What is sufficient description of offence

s222(2)(c) – Appeal to single judge where sole ground that penalty excessive

Traffic Regulation 1962

r210

Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995

s67 – Obligation to stop at intersection

s78 – Driving without a licence/driving disqualified

s79(1) – Vehicle offences involving liquor or other drugs

s79(1)(c)

s79(2A) – Over no alcohol limit, but not general limit

s79(6)(a)(ii)

s80(2) – Breath and saliva tests, and analysis and laboratory tests

s80(15G) – Evidence from breath analysing instrument

s83 – Driving without due care and attention

s86 – Disqualification of drivers of motor vehicles for certain offences

s87 – Issue of a restricted licence to a disqualified person

s106 – Paid parking offences

s112 – Use of speed detection devices

s118 – Photographic evidence – inspections and challenges

s120 – Evidentiary provisions

s124  – Facilitation of proof

s124(1)(r)(ii) & (1)(t) – Facilitation of proof

s124(4)

s131(2) – Appeals with respect to issue of licences etc

Schedule 4

Transport Operations (Road Use Management – Road Rules) Regulation 1999

r132(3)

r138(1)

r287(2)(c)

Transport Operations (Road Use Management – Road Rules) Regulation 2009

s57(2)(a)(i) – Stopping for a yellow traffic light or arrow

Transport Operations (Road Use Management – Vehicle Registration) Regulation 2010

s64(5) – Use of dealer plates

Radar detectors

Rear end collisions

100% responsibility

Removing objects from road

Reversing vehicle

ARRs

‘Rider’

‘Riding’

Right hand rule

Right-turns

ARRs

Right turn signs

Road

Definition of

Road access signs

‘Road-related area’

Road rules

Breach of

‘Road user’

Roundabouts

ARRs

General

Rubbish collection/recycling

Safety zone

Driving past

Stopping in or near

Speed limits

School bus warning sign

School zone

Speed limits

Seat belts

ARRs

Child restraints

Exemptions from wearing

Judicial notice

Properly adjusted & fastened (whether)

Securing motor vehicle

Sentencing for traffic offences

Antecedents (relevance of)

Assertions from bar table

Comparative sentences

‘Mathematical’ approach to sentencing

Post-offence convictions (relevance of)

Service road

Shared path

Riding on

Shared zone

Giving way to pedestrians in

Speed limits in

Stopping in

Signage

Advisory speed limits

Sleeping/sleepy (Driving when)

At wheel (did P consent?)

Criminal sentencing cases

Employees who are sleep-deprived

Intoxicated driver found sleeping in car

Proof of

Whether

Slip lane

Slow moving vehicles

Smoke

South Australia

Annotations and/or links to relevant legislation

Criminal Law (Clamping, Impounding and Forfeiture of Vehicles) Act 2007

s9 – Payment of clamping or impounding fees

s10 – Interpretation

s12 &13 – Court order for impounding …

s13(1) – Court may decline to make order in certain circumstances

Criminal Law Consolidation Act

s19A(1) – Causing death by dangerous use of vehicle or vessel

s19A(3) – Causing harm by dangerous use of vehicle or vessel

s19AB – Leaving accident scene causing death or harm after careless use …

s19AC – Dangerous driving to escape police pursuit etc

s29(3) – Acts endangering life or creating risk of serious harm

s86A – Using motor vehicle without consent

Criminal Law (Sentencing) Act 1988

s15 – Discharge without penalty

s16 – Imposition of penalty without conviction

s32A(3) – Mandatory minimum non-parole periods and proportionality

s39 – Discharge without sentence on D entering into bond

s70E(5) – Suspension of driver’s licence

Expiation of offences Act 1966

s6 – Expiation notices

Motor Vehicles Act 1959

s5 – Definition of road

s9 – Driving unregistered

s47A – Numbers and number plates

s74(1) – Duty to hold licence or learner’s permit

s74(2)

s74(5)

s74(6)

s80(1) – Ability or fitness to hold licence or permit

s81A(5) – Provisional licences

s81B – Consequences of contravening provisions of learner’s permit etc

s81BB (4)(a) & (b) – Appeals to Magistrate’s Court

s81BB(8) – Offences by holders of provisional and probationary licences

s82 – Vehicle offences and unsuitability to hold licence or permit

s91 – Driving disqualified

s98B(4)- Demerit points

s98D – Certain towtruck drivers required to hold certificates

s99(3)

s102 – Duty to insure against third party risks

s125 & s125A(3) – Power of insuerer to deal with claims & joinder of insurer as D

s139BD – Service and commencement of notices of disqualification

s140 – Evidence

s141 – Evidence

s148 – Duty of health professionals

Motor Vehicles Regs 1996 (repealed)

Reg. 22 – Offences re number plates

Road Traffic Act (SA) 1961

s40H(5) – Direction to stop vehicle to enable exercise of other powers

s42(1)(b)

s43 – Duty to stop, give assistance and present to police where person killed or injured

s43(3)

s45 – Careless driving

s45(2) & (3) – Driving without due care (aggravated)

s46 – Reckless and dangerous driving

s46(3)(b) – (whether offence ‘trifling’)

s47(1)(a) – Driving under influence

s47(3)(a) – Driving under the influence (disqualification)

s47(4) – First or subsequent offence

s47B – Driving whilst having prescribed concentration…

s47B(3)(b) – Whether offence ‘trifling’

s47E(3) – Police may require alcotest or breath analysis

s47E(4)(ab) – Prescribed oral advice

s47E(4)(b) – Good cause for refusal or failure to comply with direction

s47EA – Exercise of random breath testing powers

s47IAA – Power of police to impose immediate licence disqualification …

s47J – Recurrent offenders

s47K – Evidence

s47K(1) – Breath analysing instrument operated by a person authorised.

s47K(2a)(a) – Prescribed oral advice

s47K(3)(a) – Authorisation to operate breath analysing instruments

s47K(3)(b) – Certification of breath analysing instrument and its use

s79B(10) – Photographic detection devices

s114 (repealed) – Mass and loading requirements (offences related to)

s120 – Meaning of minor, substantial or severe risk breaches

s123 – Breaches of mass, dimension or load restraint requirements

s130 – Sanctions (matters to be taken into consideration by courts)

s165 – False statements

s168 – Orders relating to licences or registration

s175(3) – Evidence re speed detection devices

s175(3)(b) – Evidence re speedometer

s175(3)(ba) – Evidence

Summary Procedure Act 1921

s52 – Limitation on time in which proceedings can be commenced

s189A(2) – Costs payable by D in certain criminal proceedings

Road Traffic (Heavy Vehicle Driver Fatigue) Regulations 2008 (repealed)

Reg 40 – False entry

Road Traffic (Mass and Loading Requirements) Regulations 1999 (repealed)

Sched. 1 clause 4(1) – Mass limit for combinations

Road Traffic (Miscellaneous) Regs 1999

Reg 8A – Conduct of breath analysis

Reg 9 – Prescribed oral advice on recording of positive breath reading

Reg 11(c) – Procedures for voluntary blood test (sufficient quantity)

Reg 17(2)(a) – Cameras at intersections with traffic lights (photographic evidence)

Reg 17 (2)(f)(i) – Operation and testing of photographic detection devices

SCHEDULE 1 – Prescribed oral advice and written notice

Road Traffic (Road Rules – Ancillary and Miscellaneous Provisions) Regs 1999

Speed

Below speed limit (travelling)

Estimating

Proof of

State of speedometer post-accident

Speeding

Australian Road Rules

Corporate offenders

Mistake of law

Speed limits

Speed detection devices

Articles

Authorisation to use

Challenges to

Common law considerations

Delegation

Evidentiary discrepancies

Not lawfully approved or lack of evidence of such

Positioning of

Where multiple vehicles/marksmanship

Speed limit sign

Application of

Default

Legally effective (whether)

No sign

Temporary

Speedometer

Steering/Steeringwheel

Interference with

Stopped vehicles

Lighting of

Stopping

After accident (failure to stop)

Crest or curve (outside built-up area)

Emergency

In compliance with road rule

Intersection (in or near)

No stopping sign

Paths or strips (on)

Restricted places

Yellow edge line (road with)

Stop lines/signs

ARRs

General

Street racing

Talking while driving

Tasmania

Annotations and/or links to relevant legislation

Criminal Code

s167A – Causing death by dangerous driving

s167B – Causing grievous harm by dangerous driving

Monetary Penalties Enforcement Act 2005

s56(2A) – Registrar to suspend driver licence

Road Safety (Alcohol and Drugs) Act 1970

s2(4) – Meaning of ‘driving’

s4 – Driving while under influence …

s6(1) – Driving while excessive concentration …

s8(1) – Liability for breath test as a result of conduct

s8(3) – Liability for breath test where reasonable belief that vehicle involved in accident

s10(4A) – Right to elect to have blood sample taken

s10(4B) – Enforcement of obligations

s10(6)(c)

s10A(2)

s11(3) – Rights and obligations on completion of breath analysis

s13 – Duties of medical practitioners and nurses re taking of blood samples

s13B – Analysis of blood and urine samples by approved analyst

s14(1A) – Offences under Div. 2

s14(2) – Failing to submit to breath analysis

s17 – Penalties for drink driving

s17(5)

s18B(6) – Immediate disqualification

s19A(1) – Driving disqualified

s23(1) & (4) – Statutory presumptions

s23(4)

s23A – Statutory presumptions re prescribed illicit drugs

s27 – Certificates in relation to taking of blood or urine samples

s28 – Certificates of analysis of blood or urine samples

s29 – Limitation on tendering of certificates …

Traffic Act 1925

s32(1)(a) – Reckless driving

s32(2A) – Reckless driving

s54 – Proceedings in relation to certain offences

Vehicle & Traffic Act 1999

s8 – Requirement to hold a driver’s licence

s9 – Driving while subject to licence suspension

s13(1) – Driving while disqualified

s18 – Restricted driver licences

s27 – Requirements for registration

Traffic (Road Rules) Regs 1999

Vehicle and Traffic (Driver Licensing and Vehicle Registration) Regulations 2010

r19 – Issue of driver licence – eligibility

r33(2)(a) – Variation, suspension, cancellation …

Vehicle and Traffic (Offence Detection Devices) Regulations 2002

Wrongs Act 1954

s3(6) – Proceedings against and contribution …

Taxis

Taxi zone

Stopping in

Television/visual display units in/on vehicles

T-junction/intersection

Totality

Towing

‘Towtruck’

Trade Plates

Traffic control devices

Traffic island

Traffic lane arrows

Traffic Lights

Give way rules

Not operating

Red light (accidents when entering against)

Stopping at

Twin red lights

U-turns

Yellow/amber

Traffic regs/laws

Trailers

Detaching

Trains

Trams

Driving past rear of stopped tram

Giving way to pedestrians crossing road near

Keeping clear of trams travelling in tram lanes

Passing

Pedestrian crossing road to or from

Special traffic light signals

Stopping on tram tracks.

Tram lanes

Tram stop

Stopping at or near

Transit lanes

Travelling in or on vehicle inappropriately

Travelling too close

Cyclists

To vehicle in front

‘Trifling’ offence

Truck lanes

Trucks

No trucks sign

Uneven loads

Trucks must enter signs

Truck zone

Stopping in

Tunnel

Stopping in

Tyres

Blow out

Expert evidence

Judicial notice

Roadworthiness

Under the influence of alcohol (whether)

Unlicensed drivers

Unmanned vehicles

Unregistered &/or Unlicensed drivers

Generally

Unwilled act

‘Use or operation of motor vehicle’

Utilities

U-turns

ARRs

Illegal

Inadvertance

‘Vehicle’

Weight of (destabilising)

Visibility

Driving when none

Warning devices

ARRs

Warning lights

Warning triangles

Western Australia

Annotations and/or links to relevant legislation

Criminal Code Act 1913

s32 – Duress

s304 – Unlawful endangerment

Road Traffic Act 1974

Multiple offences

s15(3) – Vehicle licence, when required; offence

s49(1) – Driving while unlicensed or disqualified

s49(3)

s49(8)

s50 – Consequences of breaching a condition

s51 – Provisional driver’s licences

s54 – Bodily harm: duty to stop and give information and assistance

s59 – Dangerous driving causing death, injury etc

s59(2)(b)

s59(3)

s59A(1)(a) – Dangerous driving causing bodily harm

s59A(1)(b) – Driving in a ‘dangerous’ manner

s59B – Ancillary matters and defence

s60 – Reckless driving

s63(1) – Driving under the influence of alcohol etc

s64AB – Driving while impaired by drugs

s64AC – Driving with prescribed illicit drug in oral fluid or blood

s66 – Requirement to submit sample of breath or blood

s67A – Failure to comply with other requirements made by member of Police Force

s68(9) & (10) – Statement in writing of analysis result

s71 – Determination of blood alcohol content at material time

s76 – Extraordinary licences

s98 – Proof of certain matters

s98A – Certain measuring equipment

s104J(4) – Election to avoid disqualification

s106A – Mandatory disqualification

Road Traffic (Animal Drawn Vehicles) Regulations 2002

Road Traffic (Authorisation to Drive) Regulations 2008

Road Traffic (Bicycles) Regulations 2002

Road Traffic (Vehicle Standards) Regulations 2002

r62 – Police inspection powers

Road Traffic Code 2000

r3 – Meaning of ‘heavy vehicle’, ‘heavy vehicle speed zone’ and ‘heavy vehicle speed zone sign’

r11(6) – Speeding in school zone

r14 – Speed in heavy vehicle speed zone

r32(2) – U turns generally

r40(1) – Stopping for red signal

r232(1) – Driver to wear seat belt

r232(2)(c) – Defences re failing to wear seatbelt

r272 – Obedience to police or authorised persons

r297 – Power to erect traffic-control signals and road signs

Wheelchairs

Driving on path

Wheeled recreational devices

Wheeled toys

Works zone

Stopping in

Yellow edge line

Road with

Young traffic offenders