About loading zones

In NSW “only drivers of vehicles principally constructed for carrying goods may park their vehicle in a loading zone”.

This includes vans, trucks, utes and other commercial vehicles, which are allowed to park for 30 minutes unless otherwise signed. correctly

Station wagons or three-wheeled goods vehicles are permitted to park in loading zones, but only for a maximum time of 15 minutes.

Any other passenger vehicle is allowed to stop in a loading zone only for the purposes of picking up or dropping off passengers. Loading zones in NSW are often subject to time conditions, outside of which they should be treated as a normal parking area unless otherwise signed.

Disability permit holders are not permitted to stand or park a vehicle in a loading zone in NSW.

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