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All ASMF meetings, runs and events are cancelled until at least 30.06.2020. This may be extended.


USE OF SIV REGISTERED VEHICLES.

Please note that under the following COVID-19 related restrictions it would be hard to justify the use of a vehicle under the TMR SIV registration scheme.

Please ensure that your use of the vehicle fits within the TMR SIV guidelines, AND also meets the guidelines below.

Any use of the vehicle outside of both sets of guidelines may see you issued with an infringement notice.

If YOU ARE UNSURE if the use of your SIV registered vehicle meets both criteria then DO NOT USE IT.

PART 1 — DIRECTION – HOME CONFINEMENT, MOVEMENT AND GATHERING

This direction applies from 11:59 pm on 2 April 2020 until the end of the declared public health emergency, unless it is revoked or replaced.

Home Confinement requirements in Queensland

A person who resides in Queensland must not leave their principal place of residence except for, and only to the extent reasonably necessary to accomplish, the following permitted purposes:

  • to obtain food or other essential goods or services;
  • to obtain medical treatment or other health care services;
  • to engage in physical exercise;
  • to perform work or volunteering, or carry out or conduct an essential business, activity or undertaking, and the work, business activity or undertaking to be performed is of a nature that cannot reasonably be performed from the person’s principal place of residence;
  • to visit another person’s residence in accordance with paragraph 9;
  • education and early childhood workers may travel to and from their home centre over the term 1 break;
  • to visit a terminally ill relative or to attend a funeral or wedding, subject to any applicable restrictions under other relevant Public Health Directions;
  • to provide assistance, care or support to an immediate family member;
  • to attend any court or tribunal of Australia or to comply with or give effect to orders of the court or tribunal of Australia;
  • to attend a childcare facility, school, university, or other educational institution, to the extent care or instruction cannot reasonably be obtained in the person’s principal place of residence;
  • to assist with or participate in an investigation or other action by a law enforcement authority, whether voluntarily or not;
  • for children under 18 years who do not live in the same household as their biological parents or siblings or one of their parents or siblings, continuing existing arrangements for access to, and contact between, parents and children and siblings, but not allowing access or contact with vulnerable groups or persons;
    Example of a vulnerable group or person – a person over 70 years or a person with a medical condition that makes them vulnerable to COVID-19
  • avoiding injury or illness or to escape a risk of harm;
    Example – escaping a risk of harm related to domestic and family violence
  • to comply with or give effect to the exercise of a power or function of a government agency or entity under a law.
  • Outdoor gatherings of up to 2 persons or with members of household

Subject to paragraph 8, a person who leaves their principal place of residence for a permitted purpose under paragraph 6 may be accompanied by members of their household or, alternatively, by no more than one person who is not a member of their household.

If a person requires physical assistance to leave their principal place of residence or it is reasonably necessary for the safety of the person or the public, and there is no other reasonable way for a purpose under paragraph 6 to be achieved, a person may be accompanied by more than one person who is not a member of their household and who is a carer or support worker for that person.
Example – a person with a disability may be accompanied by more than one carer or support worker.