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document Doors, covers, hinges and latch mechanisms
All doors must be securely latched in the closed position Doors and door apertures must have blunted edges Door handles and controls must be...
Not rated 20 Feb, 2008 Views: 3113 Comments: 0
document I would like to fit my car with a mascot, is this allowed?
It is but it will fail if it does not meet the following criteria;   “A mascot, emblem or other ornamental object   a. does not...
Not rated 20 Feb, 2008 Views: 2392 Comments: 0
document Considering exterior projections
This is a complex subject and the best explanation of it is given by VOSA so here is an extract of it.   NOTE 1: Where the rear of a bumper is...
Not rated 20 Feb, 2008 Views: 3584 Comments: 0
document Does the SVA test look at the general construction of the car?
Absolutely. It will ensure the car is ‘fit for purpose’, looking at general construction, ie all welds in the chassis are sufficient (ie...
Not rated 22 Feb, 2008 Views: 3382 Comments: 0
document Suspension pointers
The components in the suspension, ie wheels, axle, wishbones, steering etc will all undergo the following tests.   That all items are...
Not rated 22 Feb, 2008 Views: 3380 Comments: 0
document Fuel system pointers
It stands to reason that all components used in a fuel system are designed for that purpose, ie fuel grade hoses, fuel filler and neck, fuel tank...
Not rated 22 Feb, 2008 Views: 2761 Comments: 0
document Design weights, axle weights
Be careful not to underestimate the design weight and individual axle weights of your kit car because if the weight turns out to be more than you put...
Not rated 12 Mar, 2008 Views: 4152 Comments: 0
document How should the VIN plate be presented
The VIN plate (chassis plate) should be firmly fixed to the vehicle ie, rivets, welded.   Should be made of a durable material, ie...
Not rated 12 Mar, 2008 Views: 3658 Comments: 0


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