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  1. T4 Articles & Information
    Type Approval The United Nations has standardised international Type Approval directives to a common standard, so (in theory) new vehicles produced anywhere in the world can be sold anywhere in the world, because they are all built to meet the same safety and emissions criteria. Vehicle...
  2. Tax, Insurance & Licensing
    Type Approval The United Nations has standardised international Type Approval directives to a common standard, so (in theory) new vehicles produced anywhere in the world can be sold anywhere in the world, because they are all built to meet the same safety and emissions criteria. Vehicle...
  3. T5 Articles & Information
    Type Approval The United Nations has standardised international Type Approval directives to a common standard, so (in theory) new vehicles produced anywhere in the world can be sold anywhere in the world, because they are all built to meet the same safety and emissions criteria. Vehicle...
  4. Tax, Insurance & Licensing
    I have seen an couple of brief mentions of this in the thread about dvla re-classifying vans to campers on the V5 However I can't find any information on it and I know some of you out there are professional converters and one or two of you are all over DVLA and VOSA regs like clingfilm on an...
  5. T4 Conversions
    I found this on a motor home site. Thought it would be handy. DVLA revise their rule change on campervan conversions [last updated 13th September 2011] Up until recently anyone who converted a commercial vehicle to a motorhome or campervan could apply to the DVLA for the 'body type'...
  6. Tax, Insurance & Licensing
    There has just been a big reveiw of the MOT (with another one on the way) and as a result the guidelines to MOT testers have been clarified for testing rear seat belts and seat security in Camper vans first used after April 1987. Basically, before any van converted from a panel van to carry...
  7. Technical Articles
    Seat Belt Law At the time of writing... ... European legislation dictates that, in all Motor Caravans built after September 2001, either a fully retractable three point restraint of some description or a lap belt must be fitted to each forward and rear facing seat - but not side-facing seats...
  8. Technical Articles
    What Is Type Approval? The United Nations has standardised international Type Approval directives to a common standard, so (in theory) new vehicles produced anywhere in the world can be sold anywhere in the world, because they are all built to meet the same safety and emissions criteria...
  9. Technical Articles
    What began during the fifties, sixties and seventies with firms making Westfalia like and Devon-esque kits for the Type 2 - not forgetting Westfalia's removable Mosaic furniture kit for T1 and T2 Window Vans (nee Kombi) - evolved through the T3 era, only to flourish with the T4 and continues...
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