Moderator: 3ne2nr Mods
cacasplat3 wrote:what exactly is considered an antique vehicle?
“antique vehicle” means a private motor vehicle or commercial vehicle,
which is at least thirty years old;
(2) Except as otherwise provided in this section, the following vehicles
shall not be used on any road or highway:
a motor vehicle exceeding the maximum gross weight of
a trailer exceeding the maximum gross weight of eight
a vehicle or trailer not fitted with pneumatic tyres; or
a vehicle windscreen or any other window of which is fitted
with glass so tinted as to exceed the limit prescribed by
redmanjp wrote:u know what i feel it should include is graduating driving permits - so that e.g. someone who has a permit for less than 1 or 2 yrs would have certain restrictions like no driving at night on the highway or lower BAC level of alcohol in their system
5onDfloor wrote:I would like them get rid of the bloody Taiwanese HID's
Immunity of Board members 13. A member of the Board shall not be held to be personally liable for anything done, permitted to be done or omitted to be done in good faith in the exercise of his duties under this Act.
Powers and duties of the Motor Vehicles Enforcement Officer 30. (1) The Chief Motor Vehicles Enforcement Officer and any Motor Vehicles Enforcement Officer shall, in the exercise of his powers and duties conferred under this Act, have the powers, authorities and privileges and shall be entitled to all the immunities given by any written law from time to time in force to any member of the Police Service.
(4) Where the holder of a driver’s licence or learner driver’s licence suffers the loss of use of an eye or limb, the Authority shall revoke the licence and the holder shall return the licence to the Authority within three months from the date of suffering the disability.
A driver’s licence issued under subsection (3) shall, unless suspended, cancelled or revoked by the Authority, or surrendered by the holder, be valid for - (a) five years or ten years at the option of the applicant, from the date of renewal where, on such date the holder of the licence has not yet attained the age of fifty-six years
Defensive driving courses are the new Motor Vehicle Testing Centers.(8) Where the holder of a driver’s licence suffers a change in medical condition that may impair his ability to drive or operate a vehicle, he shall inform the Authority of his medical condition forthwith
Make sure and renew before you travel else...(9) Notwithstanding subsection (1), a person issued with a driver’s licence shall not drive a vehicle unless that person successfully undergoes a defensive driving course administered by an institution certified by the Authority.
How would this affect the selling of "wrecks"?ssue of International driver’s licence Sixth Schedule 68. (1) A citizen of Trinidad and Tobago who desires to obtain an international driver’s licence to drive or operate a motor vehicle in a country specified in the Part A of the Sixth Schedule shall be the holder of a valid driver’s licence issued by the Authority and shall - (a) apply to the Authority for the issue of an international driver’s licence;
and moving to the system where cars no longer retain their plates.Requirement to notify Authority where a vehicle is involved in accident Chap. 48:51 92. (1) Where a vehicle is involved in an accident and is damaged and (a) there is a constructive loss; or (b) there is total loss, the insurer of the vehicle shall notify the Authority in accordance with the Motor Vehicles (Third Party Risks) Act. (2) The Authority shall on receipt of notification under subsection (1), record the details of the damage to the vehicle involved in the accident. (3) An insurer who fails to comply with subsection (1) commits an offence and is liable on summary conviction to a fine of ten thousand dollars.
(3) Where licence plates have been issued under this section or section 86, the licence plates shall remain on the vehicle until such time as any of the following circumstances occur: (a) the transfer of the vehicle to another person by the owner of the vehicle;
wagonrunner wrote:]Make sure and renew before you travel else...
< 6months = $350 + license renewal fee
Prohibition on trading in vehicles 117. (1) Subject to section 131 a person shall not trade in vehicles unless that person is registered with the Authority as a vehicle trader in accordance with this Part and is issued with a Vehicle Trader Registration Certificate. (2) A person who contravenes this section commits an offence and is liable on summary conviction to a fine of ten thousand dollars.
Restrictions on use of certain equipment on maxi-taxi 177. (1) An operator of a maxi-taxi shall not use a television, video equipment, digital versatile disc player, radio, tape deck, compact disc player, amplifier, equalizer, speaker or other electrical or electronic equipment for the purpose of playing music or other electrically or electronically transmitted sounds or images in a maxi-taxi
wagon r wrote:..that maxi thing is torture....them MPs should sit in bus with all them restrictions and go south on a normal day @ 5pm...!