Land Transport (Clean Vehicles) Amendment Bill

About this bill

The single broad policy of this omnibus bill is to achieve a rapid reduction in carbon dioxide emissions from light vehicles imported into New Zealand by increasing the supply and variety of zero- and low-emissions vehicles, increasing the demand for zero- and low-emissions vehicles, and informing New Zealanders about vehicle emissions levels and rebates receivable or charges payable in relation to light vehicles.

Current status

Royal Assent given 22 February 2022.
Enacted as the Land Transport (Clean Vehicles) Amendment Act 2022 (2022/2)

Member of Parliament responsible
Bill type

Government bill

All data
Bill type Government bill
Parliament 53
Ref 62-3
Introduced 8 September 2021
First reading 21 September 2021
Select Committee Transport and Infrastructure Committee
Public submissions due 4 November 2021
Select Committee report back 22 December 2021
Second reading 10 February 2022
Committee of the whole House 16 February 2022
Third reading 17 February 2022
Royal Assent 22 February 2022
Enacted as Land Transport (Clean Vehicles) Amendment Act 2022 (2022/2)
Divided No

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