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Old 14-08-14, 09:35   #9
conci
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4 Probationary prohibited vehicles
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(1) For regulation 56(1) of the Road Safety (Drivers) Regulations 2009 substitute—
"(1) Subject to subregulation (2), for the purpose of regulation 57, a probationary prohibited vehicle is a motor vehicle (other than a motor cycle) that—
(a) in the case of a motor vehicle manufactured prior to 1 January 2010—
(i) has an engine with 8 cylinders or more; or
(ii) has an engine that is turbocharged or supercharged (other than a diesel powered vehicle); or
(iii) has an engine that has been modified to increase the vehicle's performance (other than a modification made by the manufacturer in the course of the manufacture of the vehicle); or
(iv) is declared by the Corporation under subregulation (4)(a) to be a probationary prohibited vehicle for the purposes of this regulation; or
(v) has a modification declared by the Corporation under subregulation (4)(b) to be a high powered modification; or


(b) in the case of a motor vehicle manufactured on or after 1 January 2010—
(i) has a power to mass ratio which exceeds 130 kilowatts per tonne; or
(ii) has an engine that has been modified to increase the vehicle's performance, other than a modification made by the manufacturer in the course of the manufacture of the vehicle.".
(2) For regulation 56(2) of the Road Safety (Drivers) Regulations 2009 substitute—
"(2) A probationary prohibited vehicle does not include—
(a) a vehicle declared by the Corporation under subregulation (4)(c) not to be a probationary prohibited vehicle; or
(b) a vehicle operating under a club permit issued under Part 3.4 of the Road Safety (Vehicles) Regulations 2009.".


the last section states that a car operating under the club permit scheme does not get included into restrictions, put it on club reg and you can drive al vlt
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