Road Traffic (No. 61) (Jersey) Regulations 2014
Made 24th September 2014
Coming into force 1st
THE STATES, in pursuance of Order in Council of 26th December 1851 and Article 92 of the Road
Traffic (Jersey) Law 1956, have made the following
1 Amendment of the Road Traffic (Jersey) Law 1956
Road Traffic (Jersey) Law 1956 is amended as follows.
Article 1 after the definition of “provisional licence” there
shall be inserted the following definition –
“ ‘public parking place’ means a place for the parking of vehicles or vehicles of any
class or description, under the administration of any public or parochial
a consequence of paragraph (2), Article 59(5) and the words “as
defined in Article 59” in Article 61(3)(a)
shall be deleted.
Article 67 there shall be inserted the following heading and
“provisions relating to
public parking places and public roads
on parking of vehicles for sale or hire in the course of a business
(1) A person is guilty of an offence if –
(a) the person carries
on a business at least one of the objects of which involves the sale or hire of
motor vehicles; and
(b) a motor vehicle that
is for the time being offered, exposed or advertised for sale or hire in the
course of that business is parked in a public parking place or on a road.
(2) However, it is a defence for the person to
prove that the vehicle was so parked by a customer or potential customer of the
business in the course of that customer or potential customer’s continued
use of the vehicle.
(3) A person guilty of an offence under paragraph (1)
is liable to a fine of level 2 on the standard scale.
(4) An offence under paragraph (1) may be
charged by reference to a day or any longer period of time and a person may be
convicted of a second offence or subsequent offences under that paragraph by
reference to any period of time following the preceding conviction for such an
These Regulations may be cited as the Road Traffic (No. 61)
(Jersey) Regulations 2014 and come into force 7 days after they are
m.n. de la haye, o.b.e.
Greffier of the States