MANNER IN WHICH SIDE CAR TO BE ATTACHED TO MOTORCYCLE
No person shall use a motorcycle with sidecar on a public road, unless such sidecar is attached to the left side of the motorcycle.
No sidecar may be attached to a motorcycle having an engine with a cylinder capacity of less than 50 cubic centimetres.
No person shall drive/ride 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.
PEDESTRIANS RIGHT OF WAY
The driver/rider of a vehicle must yield right of way, slow down or stop, if necessary in order to yield right of way to a pedestrian crossing a roadway within a pedestrian crossing.
Whenever any vehicle has stopped at a pedestrian crossing, the driver/rider of any other vehicle may not pass the stop line or traffic light.
The “red man” light signal shows pedestrians that they may not cross the road at an intersection until the green man light signal is displayed. The pedestrians must remain stationary on the sidewalk until a “green man” light signal is displayed. If red man light signal flashes, pedestrians who have not entered the roadway must wait until a “green man” light signal is displayed. Pedestrians who are already in the intersection must cross the intersection as quickly as possible.
VEHICLE LEFT / ABANDONED
Any vehicle left for a continuous period of more than;
• 24 hours in the same place on a public road outside an urban area;
• 7 days in the same place on a public road within an urban area, shall be deemed to been abandoned by the owner.
DAMAGE TO PUBLIC ROADS
You may not;
• cause any wheel of a vehicle to drag or spin upon the surface of the roadway, except in the case of an emergency;
• make use of chocks or shoes between any wheel of a vehicle moving along the roadway and the surface of that roadway, or
• use any vehicle or thing or move any vehicle or thing on a roadway in a manner causing damage thereto.