What is a MR2A form?

When did Nzta become Waka kotahi?

1 August 2008
NZ Transport Agency

Waka Kotahi
Agency overview
Formed 1 August 2008
Preceding agencies Land Transport New Zealand Transit New Zealand
Jurisdiction Government of New Zealand

What is a MR2A form?

Printing an MR2A registration form for issue is acknowledgement by the issuer that the vehicle defined on the MR2A complies with applicable requirements. An MR2A is only valid for two years from the date of certification. If the vehicle is not registered within two years, it must be recertified.

How do I register a trailer in NZ?

call in to your local VTNZ testing station or Automobile Association office WITH YOUR DRIVERS LICENCE. You don’t need the trailer with you and you cant get a WOF until the ‘Rego’ is done first.

Who owns NZ Transport Agency?

We are governed by a Board, with a current membership of seven, appointed by the Minister of Transport. We have a broad mandate and many functions, with new energy and new ideas to create a better land transport system for New Zealanders. Our core functions can be summarised as: investing in land transport activities.

Why was Nzta renamed?

Our name is Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency. ‘Waka’ means ‘vessel’ and ‘kotahi’ means ‘one’ so our Māori name conveys the concept of ‘travelling together as one’ and embraces integration, affordability, safety, responsiveness and sustainability.

Is Waka kotahi a Crown entity?

Waka Kotahi is a Crown agent under the Crown Entities Act 2004, with responsibility for financial investments in, and the management and regulation of, the land transport system.

What is a MR13B form?

Vehicles that are part of the trader network are not subject to continuous vehicle licensing (CVL). As soon as the Notice by person acquiring motor vehicle form (MR13B) is processed, the vehicle becomes subject to CVL again.

What is a 52 plate?

52 plate. This pattern should continue until 2050. The March-August plate is simply the year and the September-February plate is the year plus 50 e.g. a 2019 bike would be a 69 plate (19+50).

How long can a trailer be unregistered NZ?

Registration has lapsed The vehicle’s registration has been cancelled by the NZTA – not by the vehicle owner. Passenger vehicles can only remain unlicensed for 12 months, or 24 months if currently owned by a vehicle trader. Non-passenger vehicles (trailers, ATVs, etc) can remain unlicensed for 24 months.

Do tractors need to be registered in NZ?

Unless they fall into one of the exempt classifications, all motor vehicles used on the road must be registered and licensed.

Who is the Director of land transport?

Kane Patena
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency – Auckland – Waka Kotahi’s Director of Land Transport, Kane Patena, on Vision Zero and Road Safety Week | Facebook.

Who is the CEO of Nzta?

Nicole Rosie
Nicole Rosie – Chief Executive Nicole Rosie joined Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency as Chief Executive in February 2020. Prior to her appointment, Nicole was the CE of Worksafe for three years. She has more than two decades of senior executive experience across the public and private sectors.

How are New Zealand’s Land Records managed?

From the 1840s New Zealand’s land records were managed under a paper system. Since 2002, the titles, survey plans and related documents have been held in an electronic database called Landonline.

Why was the Land Transport Act 1998 introduced?

to enable New Zealand to implement international agreements relating to road safety and land transport This Act may be cited as the Land Transport Act 1998.

Who administers the road transport regulations in Australia?

These regulations are administered by the Ministry of Transport. Pursuant to section 269 of the Land Transport Act 1998, His Excellency the Governor-General, acting on the advice and with the consent of the Executive Council, makes the following regulations.

What is a farm vehicle in New Zealand?

a vehicle listed as a farm vehicle in Part 1 of the Schedule of the Transit New Zealand (Apportionment and Refund of Excise Duty) Regulations 1998 or in any provisions made in substitution for that schedule; or a tractor (being a motor vehicle designed principally for traction at speeds not exceeding 50 km per hour); or