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All-terrain vehicles: registration licensing and safety (Factsheet 19)

Published: | Category: Vehicle registration / licensing , Factsheets | Audience: Motorists

This factsheet provides an overview of what an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) is and what the registration, driver licensing requirements as well as guidelines for using an ATV safely. View this content in our vehicles section

Epilepsy/seizures and driving (Factsheet 17)

Published: | Category: Medical , Factsheets | Audience: Motorists

This factsheet provides information for drivers with epilepsy or drivers who have had seizures. It gives advice on some of the risks and precautions and outlines limitations and conditions which may apply to your licence when you are driving. View this information in our driver licence section

Volunteer drivers and exempt passenger services (Factsheet 18)

Published: | Category: Occupational driving , Factsheets | Audiences: General, Motorists, Taxi drivers & operators

This factsheet summarises rules for volunteer drivers of a passenger service and the type of passenger services that are exempt from holding a passenger service licence. Check this information in our commercial driving section

Sharing the road with trucks and oversize vehicles (Factsheet 34)

| Category: Driver safety , Factsheets | Audience: Motorists

This information is no longer available in factsheet format. However, you can view this content in our safety section.

Head injuries and driving (Factsheet 36)

Published: | Category: Medical , Factsheets | Audience: Motorists

This factsheet provides information for drivers with head injuries. It outlines the impact such injuries can have on your driving ability and advises general and medical requirements to retain or get your licence back after you have had a head injury. View this content in our driver licence section

Importing a vehicle temporarily (Factsheet 35)

Published: | Category: Importing vehicles , Factsheets | Audience: Visitors & new residents

This factsheet explains what to do when you import a vehicle from overseas for a period of time. A temporary vehicle import is where a vehicle is brought into New Zealand by a resident of another country, usually for a maximum of 12 months, while remaining registered in its country of origin. View this content in our section on importing a vehicle

R T W endorsements for special-type vehicles (Factsheet 40)

Published: | Category: Occupational driving , Factsheets | Audience: Heavy vehicle operators

This factsheet advises when you need to have a rollers, tracks or wheels endorsement on your driver licence and provides information on how to get one. View this content in our driver licence section

Buying and selling: your legal obligations (Factsheet 41)

Published: | Category: Buying & selling , Factsheets | Audience: Motorists

This factsheet provides information on a person’s legal obligations with regard to the sale and acquisition of a vehicle. View this content in our vehicles section

P endorsements for carrying passengers (Factsheet 42)

Published: | Category: Occupational driving , Factsheets | Audience: Taxi drivers & operators

This factsheet advises when you need to have a passenger endorsement on your driver licence (eg when driving a bus or taxi) and provides information on how to get one. View this information in our driver licence section

Safety tips for cyclists and bus and truck drivers

Published: | Category: Cycles , Driver safety , Road user safety , Factsheets | Audiences: General, Heavy vehicle operators, Motorists, Walkers & cyclists

This leaflet provides practical advice on how people riding bikes or driving a truck or bus can safely share the road together.
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