Section 104N of the Road Transport Act 2013 (NSW) is ‘Duty to Attach Written-Off Warning Label to Written-Off Heavy Vehicles’ and is extracted below.
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Section 104N of the Road Transport Act 2013 is Duty to Attach Written-Off Warning Label to Written-Off Heavy Vehicles and reads as follows:
Duty to attach written-off warning label to written-off heavy vehicles
(1) An assessor must ensure that a written-off warning label is attached, in accordance with the statutory rules, at all times to any heavy vehicle in the person’s possession or control that has been assessed as being a total loss:
(a) to the part of the vehicle to which the vehicle identifier is attached (in the case of a dismantled vehicle), or
(b) to the vehicle (in any other case).
(2) The label must be attached within the period in which the information must be provided to the Authority about the vehicle under section 104J.
Maximum penalty: 20 penalty units.
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