You will require this certificate if you intend to park in a loading zone and do not want to display the name and address of the registered operator on the side of the vehicle. An example of this could include a cash collection service or a pharmaceutical delivery service where display of the name and address of the registered owner is considered to pose an unacceptable security risk.
Not displaying name and address for aesthetic reasons alone are not considered sufficient grounds to grant approval for an exemption certificate. Loading zones are parking areas set aside for short term use by vehicles when loading or unloading goods in the course of business. A bus may also use a loading zone to set down or pick up passengers. A Loading Zone Exemption Certificate is in the form of a self-adhesive windscreen label. The label must be affixed to your vehicle for it to be valid.
Please consult the Contact Officer for more information.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
Normally, to qualify this permit, the name and address of the registered operator of the vehicle must be permanently affixed to the right hand side of the vehicle. Only under special circumstances can application be made for an exemption to the normal use of loading zones. To be eligible for a this certificate, you must demonstrate that the display of the name and address of the registered operator on the side of your vehicle will cause an unacceptable security risk.
An example could be where your business name might create a clear and obvious link to a cash collection or pharmaceutical delivery service. Special or unusual circumstances does not include an objection to displaying name and address for aesthetic reasons.
Please consult the Contact Officer for more information regarding eligibility requirements.
12 months from date of issue.
No fees are required.
Department of State Growth
Transport, Regulatory and Customer Services
Traffic Act 1925 (Tasmania)
Road Rules 2009 (Tasmania)
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