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Prohibition on use of communication device while driving

 

(1) No person shall drive a vehicle on a public road--

  • while holding a cellular or mobile telephone or any other communication device in one or both hands or with any other part of the body;
  • while using or operating a cellular or mobile telephone or other communication device unless such a cellular or mobile telephone or other communication device is affixed to the vehicle or is part of the fixture in the vehicle and remains so affixed while being used or operated, or is specially adapted or designed to be affixed to the person of the driver as headgear, and is so used, to enable such driver to use or operate such telephone or communication device without holding it in the manner contemplated in paragraph (a), and remains so affixed while being used or operated.

  • (2)
    The word "headgear" is a device which is specially designed or adapted to allow the driver to use a cellular or mobile telephone or other communication device in such a manner that he or she does not hold it in one or both hands or with any other part of the body, and which is connected to the cellular or mobile telephone or other communication device, directly or indirectly, while being fitted to or attached to one or both ears of the driver.

     

     
    Racing and sport on public roads

    (1) For the purposes of this regulation the expression "race or sport" includes--

  • any race, speed trial, reliability trial, hill climbing competition or sports meeting;
  • any other activity whatsoever--
  • i.> which may constitute a source of danger to traffic; or

    ii.> which may hamper, impede or disrupt the normal flow of traffic.


    (2)
    No person shall organize or take part in any race or sport on a public road, unless the prior written consent of the MEC of the province concerned has been obtained or, where the race or sport will take place wholly within the area of jurisdiction of a local authority, the prior written consent of such local authority has been obtained.


    (3) In granting consent in terms of rule (2), the MEC or the local authority concerned, as the case may be, may--

  • in addition to any requirement prescribed in these regulations, impose such further conditions as he or she or it may deem expedient;
  • exempt any person concerned with the race or sport for the duration thereof--
  • i.> from any provision of the Act regarding any speed limit or determine another speed limit for the road concerned;

    ii.> from any other provision of the Act or from any by-law;

  • levy fees for defraying the expenses incurred by the Provincial Administration or local authority concerned in connection with the race or sport.
  • (4) Any consent granted in terms of rule (2) may be withdrawn at any time.

     
     
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