This is an HTML version of an attachment to the Official Information request 'WOF/REGO enforcement during Covid-19'.

20 Viaduct Harbour Avenue Auckland 1010 
Private Bag 92250, Auckland 1142, New Zealand 
Ph 09 355 3553   Fax 09 355 3550 
27 January 2022 
James Scott 
[email address] 
Kia ora James, 
The information you requested - CAS-470888-Z9S6Z3 
Thank you for your request for information dated 23 November 2021 regarding the number 
of infringement notices that have been issued for 'out of date' Warrant of Fitness and Vehicle 
Licence (Registration) for the period 15 September 2021 to 30 November 2021. 
The Waka Kotahi Moratorium information can be found at https:/
This covers WoFs/CoFs that expired during the period of 21 July 2021 to 30 November 2021 
and Vehicle licences (regos) that expire during the period 21 July 2021 to 30 November 
2021. If a mistake is believed to have been made regarding an infringement within these 
dates, the relevant party has the option to dispute the infringement and the Adjudication 
team wil  deal with these on a case-by-case basis.   
The data below reflects the number of infringements issued to vehicles that have expired 
WoF/CoF’s/regos outside of these dates covered by the moratorium: 
C101-No evidence of current vehicle inspection - private  802 infringements issued 
C201-No evidence of current vehicle inspection - 
40 infringements issued 
commercial vehicle 
P411- Current licence label not affixed in prescribed 
1005 infringements issued 
manner – parked vehicle 
The moratorium does not cover expiries prior to nor post the dates provided within the 
moratorium. Any questions based on the development of the moratorium and dates selected 
should be addressed to Waka Kotahi. 
“Please also provide ALL communications to parking wardens concerning the current 
exemption period and outlining your enforcement of this offence during this period.” 
I have attached a copy of the information to this response. Some information has been 
withheld under section 7(2)(a) of the LGOIMA, to protect the privacy of natural persons, 
including that of deceased natural persons.  
Should you believe that we have not dealt with your request appropriately, you are able to 
make a complaint to the Of ice of the Ombudsman in accordance with section 27(3) of the 
LGOIMA Act and seek an investigation and review regarding this matter. 

Rick Bidgood 
Manager, Parking Compliance 
On behalf of John Strawbridge 
Group Manager, Parking Services and Compliance. 
-  Exemption communication-dated 13 October 2021_Redacted.pdf