Application for horse powered vehicles or pedicabs carrying passengers permit - Queensland

Service summary

This permit is required for horse powered carriages or pedicabs carrying passengers.

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Duration

Council determines the length of this approval.

Fees

Contact council to determine applicable fees.

Application

Contact council for more information on the current application process and relevant form.


Additional information

A statement is to be provided by the owner that the vehicle complies with the provisions of the Transport Operations (Road Use Management-Road Rules) Regulation 1999 - Part 13 Division 2 Section 223 and Part 18 Division 2A Section 303B (Horse Drawn Carriages) or Part 15 Sections 246, 258 and 259 (Pedicabs).

Provide a veterinarian certificate confirming condition of each horse.

Provide a copy of relevant stable approval.

Insurance

The permit holder shall effect and maintain in force at all times a Public Liability Insurance Policy noting Council's interests as an insured party in respect of the purpose for which the permit is granted. The sum insured of such policy shall not be less than $10,000,000.00 or such other amount as determined by an authorised person. Evidence of such cover is to be provided with the application.

Administering agency

Local Council

Contact details

Contact the local council/s for the area/s in which you intend to operate
Local Council

Supporting information

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