How do I choose a stock-crossing site?
The Local Government Act (1993) has no criteria for the selection of a stock-crossing site. People are encouraged to be guided by commonsense regarding topography and visibility.
People should select a crossing site that provides adequate visibility to approaching motorists where possible. This should be 200 metres before the crossing site, otherwise the person should give approaching drivers effective and sufficient warning. (See Rule 363 of the Regulations)