All road rules, event signage, directions of event marshals and police must be obeyed at all times.
You will be travelling on public roads and must share the road with other users. Please remain courteous to other road users.
Keep our “in-group” overtaking to a minimum.
No crossing the white centreline.
Please keep to the left of the left lane and remain single file in all the posted speed zones, especially the 100kph sites – other road users must be able to pass you.
Please remain between the pilot-vehicle (motorhome) and the tail-end-charlie.
Your lights must be turned on and dipped for the duration of the ride.
No scooter attachments or fittings that could cause injury to other riders are permitted.
Alcohol - Do not drink and drive.
This is a Smokefree event.
All participants and support crews must attend the safety briefing prior to the start.
Helmets must be of a standard recognised by NZ Transport Agency (NZTA) and must remain on your head, securely fastened at all times while the scooter is in motion.
There are railway lines on the route. Please obey the road rules and stop for trains.
There are one-lane bridges on the route. Please obey the road rules and give way to traffic.
When entering an official stop point, please look out for the cones, signage and marshals directing you where to park. We will need to bunch up in the order that you arrived. If you arrive last, please do not push forward in an effort to get away first as this just creates a bottle neck on the road.
All riders & support crew must check in to the event using the Covid-19 QR code or manual form and follow personal hygiene guidelines.
The Scooter Safari is a charity event involving 250 motorized Scooters riding 250kms Coast-to-Coast over the Southern Alps from Christchurch to Hokitika to raise funds for the Cancer Society of New Zealand, Canterbury-West Coast Division.