1O1O introduces the Lantau’s secret delicacies to you. 171010 Personal Assistant team would apply for a Lantau Closed Road Permit on your behalf, so you can drive freely throughout Ngong Ping, Tai O, Changsha and Mui Wo and enjoy the splendour and gourmet of Lantau Island.
Lantau Island Driving Tour
Lantau Island Driving Tour
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171010 Personal Assistant team will apply for the "Lantau Closed Road Permit" on your behalf. Therefore, 1O1O customers can use the closed roads of Lantau Island to Ngong Ping, Tai O, Changsha and Mui Wo during weekdays (Monday to Friday).
Please contact the 171010 Personal Assistant for details.
1O1O’s Personal Assistant team – application for a Lantau Closed Road Permit on your behalf
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Terms & Conditions:
- The above-mentioned service is provided by ’s Personal Assistant service (Personal Assistant team) and has been designed to assist customers to apply for a Lantau Closed Road Permit (LCRP) via the Transport Department’s (TD) online application system. The LCRP fee is HK$75.
- Above service is provided by Personal Assistant Service (Personal Assistant team), for representing customers on behalf to apply for a Lantau Closed Road Permit (LCRP) through the online application system of the Transport Department(TD). The LCRP fee is HK$75. For using this service, customer must be 1O1O personal customers and eligible customer must provide the customer information (such as valid vehicle licence / customer name / contact number / e-mail address and address) and vehicle information before an application can be made.
- The LCRP is granted subject to availability and at the discretion of the TD. Customers must provide the Personal Assistant team with vehicle information before an application can be made.
- Terms & Conditions of ’s Personal Assistant Service can be seen at: https://www.1010.com.hk/personal_assistant.
- The TD is solely responsible for its provision of food, drinks, products and/or services, and CSL Mobile Limited accepts no liability for the quality of, or any other matters relating to the same.
- CSL Mobile Limited reserves the right to vary or cancel the service and/or amend or alter these Terms & Conditions at any time without notice.
- In the event of dispute, decisions made by CSL Mobile Limited shall be final and binding.
- In the event of inconsistency between the English and Chinese versions of these Terms & Conditions, the English shall prevail.
- The LCRP is applicable only to private cars, and not to motorcycles or light trucks.
- Up to 25 private cars a day are allowed to use Lantau Island’s closed roads. Five places are reserved for electric vehicles and are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.
- Private cars are permitted to use Lantau’s closed roads from 8am to 7pm, Monday to Friday (except public holidays), and must leave Lantau’s closed roads before 7pm.
- A private car must be issued with a valid vehicle licence on the day it enters South Lantau.
- Each private car can take part in the “Driving on Lantau Island” scheme one time only each month.
Eligibility of drivers
- The driver of a vehicle issued with the LCRP must hold a full and valid Hong Kong driving license.
- After completing the application (ie after paying the permit fee), any request to change application particulars (such as date of entering South Lantau and vehicle registration number) will not be entertained.
- Request for refund of the permit fee for the LCRP will not be entertained.
- In general, an applicant may apply to enter South Lantau Monday to Friday (except public holidays) within one month, while the earliest day of entry is the third working day after the day he/she submits an application. If places for a particular day have been fully allocated, an applicant may have to select another day.
- If an LCRP application is made less than five working days before the day of entry to South Lantau (eg an application made on or after 19 February 2016 for access to South Lantau on 26 February 2016), the applicant, or his/her authorized person, must collect the LCRP in person at the New Territories Regional Office of the Transport Department at 7/F, Mong Kok Government Offices, 30 Luen Wan Street, Kowloon.
- If an LCRP application is made five working days, or more, before the date of entry to South Lantau (eg an application made on or before 18 February 2016 for access to South Lantau on 26 February 2016), the TD will send the LCRP to the applicant by surface mail.
Conditions of the LCRP
- A vehicle identified by a specific vehicle registration mark must be driven on Lantau Island’s closed roads within a specified time period on a specified date.
- The driver must comply with the following conditions (printed on the back of the LCRP):
- The LCRP must be displayed on the front of the vehicle as near as possible to the vehicle license disc at all times, when the vehicle is being used in accordance with the permit.
- The LCRP does not apply to any motor vehicle driven on a road closed by virtue of regulation 28 of the Road Traffic (Traffic Control) Regulations.
- The LCRP does not authorize entry to roads in contravention of a “no entry” sign.
- The LCRP does not confer any parking privileges. Parking is permitted only within a parking place designated by authorized traffic signs and road markings.
- The LCRP may be revoked at any time.
- The LCRP does not authorize access to closed military areas.
- The LCRP must be produced for inspection by police officers/traffic wardens, if so requested.
- When the front page of the LCRP states that vehicle registration numbers and/or conditions of use are referred to by an approval letter, that approval letter, issued by the TD must be produced forthwith for inspection by police officers/traffic wardens, if so requested.
- The LCRP is non-transferable.
- The LCRP must be returned to the TD on expiry or on demand. Please send the LCRP by post to the New Territories Regional Office of Transport Department at 7/F, Mongkok Government Offices, 30 Luen Wan Street, Kowloon.