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A Bill for an Act to amend the operation of Australian Design Rules as they relate to the provision of spare wheels for passenger vehicles
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Introduced HR 21 Jun 2004

Australian Design Rule Amendment Bill 2004
First Reading

Australian Design Rule Amendment Bill 2004
First Reading

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2002-2003-2004

The Parliament of the

Commonwealth of Australia

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Presented and read a first time

Australian Design Rule Amendment Bill 2004

(Mr Wilkie)

A Bill for an Act to amend the operation of Australian Design Rules as they relate to the provision of spare wheels for passenger vehicles

Contents

1 Short title       1

2 Commencement       1

3 Schedule       2

Schedule 1--Amendment of the Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989       3

"7B       Spare wheels and tyres 3

"7C       ADR not valid if inconsistent 3

A Bill for an Act to amend the operation of Australian Design Rules as they relate to the provision of spare wheels for passenger vehicles

The Parliament of Australia enacts:

1 Short title
        This Act may be cited as the Australian Design Rule Amendment Bill 2004

2 Commencement
        This Act commences on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

3 Schedule
        The Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989 is amended as set out in the applicable items in Schedule 1.

Schedule 1--Amendment of the Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989
1 After section 7A

Insert

"7B Spare wheels and tyres
        Unless the Minister by order determines otherwise, a passenger motor vehicle that is not fitted with a spare wheel and tyre of similar design specifications to wheels and tyres fitted to the vehicle does not comply with national standards.".

2 After section 7A

Insert

"7C ADR not valid if inconsistent
        Any Australian Design Rule that is inconsistent with the requirement of section 7B is, to the extent of the inconsistency, invalid.".

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