Updated: 28 April 2020

We continue to sanitise every vehicle within our fleet prior to handing it over to a new customer. Together with our contactless trading protocol, our thorough handling process does reassure yours and our staffs safety which is our foremost concern.

You can only travel using our vehicles for essential personal movement in your local area (which may include crossing a regional boundary if part of your local area) if you are:

  • accessing services (e.g. supermarket, takeaways), where this is permitted at Alert Level 3
  • going to work and school
  • accessing low-risk recreation
  • facilitating extended bubble arrangements
  • travelling to permitted gatherings

You can travel between regions using these vehicles if (Note: Approval may be required for some travel purposes):

  • you are doing essential work
  • facilitating ‘shared bubble arrangements’ (ie relating to custody of children)
  • you are relocating a home or business
  • you are travelling for medical reasons
  • you are travelling for an emergency or to give effect to a court order,
  • you have an exemption to travel because of compassionate reasons (if driving between regions)
  • you are going to a funeral or tangihanga
  • you are a foreign national leaving New Zealand
  • you are a New Zealander resident in the Realm (Tokelau, Niue, Cook Islands) returning home
  • you have arrived in New Zealand from overseas and have completed 14 days’ of managed isolation or quarantine at the port of your arrival (except air and marine crew) and need to get home
  • you have been ‘stuck in wrong place’ and need to get back to your home or place of work (in this instance, a one-way trip only is permitted and the region you are travelling to must be at the same alert level, or at a higher alert level)

Even if you fall within one of the groups above, you cannot travel if: you are required to self-isolate (e.g. you have arrived from overseas); have symptoms of COVID-19; are being tested for COVID-19; or are a suspected, probable or confirmed case of COVID-19 (except where using your private car and you are acting in accordance with advice from Healthline or your healthcare provider).