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3 Inspection and certification process

3-9 Vehicle quarantine

A repair certifier may operate a quarantine system for vehicles which they are undertaking the repair certification of. The quarantine period can be up to a maximum of 90 calendar days or 100km, whichever is the lesser, and will start from the entry certifiers first inspection date and milage as recorded on the check sheet.

The repair certifier must meet the following requirements in order to quarantine a vehicle:

  • The vehicle must not be driven or removed from the nominated quarantine site unless for the purposes of repair certification. The maximum distance allowable while in quarantine is 100km from the mileage recorded on the check sheet. If this mileage distance is exceeded the vehicle must be referred to the KSDP for full entry level inspection.
  • Details relating to any vehicle that is quarantined must be recorded  on LANDATA by the repair certifier in the vehicle notes screen including mileage, the dates when the vehicle entered quarantine, and the location of the quarantine.

If these requirements are not followed – the vehicle is deemed to have not entered quarantine.

Page amended 1 April 2021 (see amendment details)