June 2006
Company Vehicle;Jun2006, p36
The article focuses on the amendment to the Land Transport Rule 1999 in New Zealand which has been enacted by Honorable Harry Duynhoven and came into force on June 1, 2006. The amendment Rule is aimed at helping to address the lack of qualified drivers of heavy vehicles. It cites that the six-month period for which drivers have to hold Class 2, 3 and 4 licences before applying for a licence of a higher class will be lessened to three months for drivers aged 25 or over.


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