|374||Title:||Road Traffic Ordinance||Gazette Number:||E.R. 2 of 2012|
|Section:||66||Heading:||Power to test for excessive smoke||Version Date:||02/08/2012|
(1) A police officer in uniform of the rank of sergeant or above who has reason to believe that an offence relating to the emission of smoke or visible vapour is being or has been committed in respect of a motor vehicle which is on a road or in any public place may stop and examine the vehicle, and may measure or cause to be measured by means of prescribed apparatus the emission of smoke or visible vapour from the vehicle.
(2) A police officer of the rank of sergeant or above who has reason to believe that an offence against this Ordinance relating to the emission of smoke or visible vapour has been committed within the preceding 14 days may by notice in writing served personally or by post on the owner of the vehicle require production of the vehicle at such vehicle examination centre or police station on such date and at such time as may be specified in the notice for the purpose of-