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These Regulations amend the Public Service Vehicles (Registration of Local Services) (Scotland) Regulations 2001 by—
(a)prescribing new particulars which must be registered before a local service may be provided and specifying two classes of service, standard and flexible, for that purpose (regulation 2(2) and (3) and the Schedule);
(b)making minor amendments to the provisions about notice periods and minor service variations (regulation 2(4) and (5));
(c)making new provision for the display of service information in and on vehicles and the publication of information about flexible services and imposing requirements as to the records which must be kept about the operation of flexible services (regulation 2(7)); and
(d)making minor and consequential amendments.
The Regulations also contain transitional provisions to preserve the validity of an existing registration until such time as an application made to vary the registration takes effect. There are some exceptions to that rule (regulation 3).
A Business and Regulatory Impact Assessment covering these Regulations and the Bus Service Operators Grant (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2012 has been prepared and may be viewed at http://home.scotland.gov.uk.
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