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Light Vehicle Certifications

1.0 Pursuant to the Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995 –

1.1 The Queensland Transport Code of Practice for Light Motor Vehicle Modifications establishes common technical standards for use throughout Australia. Administration responsibilities for type certification and registration remains with the State of Queensland Act and Regulations.

1.2 The Code of Practice is based on accepted vehicle engineering practices and the requirements of the Design rules for Motor Safety. The Australian Design Rules and the original vehicle manufacturer’s modification guidelines take precedence over the Code of Practice.

1.3The Light Motor Vehicle Certification codes include design, manufacture, sale, maintenance, modification or repair of light motor vehicles less than 4.5 tonne GVM (Gross Vehicle Mass)

1.4 Light Motor Vehicle Types include:

1.4.1 Mopeds and Motor Cycles

1.4.2 Passenger Vehicles

1.4.3 Passenger Vehicles derivatives without chassis

1.4.4 Light Commercial Vehicles

1.4.5 4WD vehicles

1.6 Light Motor Vehicle Certification inspectors have an Approved Person to certify Light Motor Vehicles less than 4.5 t

1.7 Table of Light Motor Vehicles Modification Code summary:

LA1

LA3

LB1

LD1

LD2

LG1

LG2

LH1

LH2

LH3

LH4

LH5

LH6

LK7

LM1

LO1

LO2

LO3

LS1

LS2

LT1

 

 

 

 

1.8 Table of Light Motor Vehicle Department of Transport and Main Roads Modification Code Descriptions

Code

 Light Motor Vehicle Modification

LA1

Engine Substitution

LA3

Turbocharger and Supercharger Installation

LB1

Transmission Substitution

LD1

Rear Axle Replacement

LD2

Differential Substitution

LG1

Brake System Substitution (Design)

LG2

Brake System Substitution (Modification)

LH1

Convertible and Cabriolet Conversion (Design)

LH2

Convertible and Cabriolet Conversion (Modification)

LH3

Passenger Vehicle Extended Wheelbase Conversion (Design)

LH4

Passenger Vehicle Extended Wheelbase Conversion (Modification)

LH5

Individual and Low Volume Vehicles (Design)

LH6

Individual and Low Volume Vehicles (Construction)

LK1

Seating Capacity Alteration and Seat Belt Installation

LK2

Seat, Seat Anchorage and Seat Belt Anchorage Certification

LK6

Child Restraint Anchorage Installation

LK7

Motor cycle Seating Capacity Alteration

LM1

Fuel Tank Alteration

LO1

Australian Design Rule (ADR) Compliance

LO2

Pre 1972 Imported Vehicle Safety Compliance

LO3

Personally Imported Vehicle Compliance

LS1

Steering Conversion (Design)

LS2

Steering Conversion ( Modification)

LT1

Beaming and Torsional Testing

Authorised Officer Approval for Vehicle Modification - Certification Procedure

Upon request to approve a modification the following procedure is followed:

1. Modified Vehicles The vehicle is to be inspected to ensure that the modifications have been completed in accordance with the original vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations or the Code of Practice. The authorised officer must also be satisfied that the vehicle when modified still complies with all Australian Design Rules to which it was originally manufactured.

2. Vehicle Certification Where any certification procedures are to be performed the authorised officer, REPQ engineer must satisfy himself that the vehicle meets all of the regulatory modification code checklist requirements.

3. Vehicles should be presented for inspection in a roadworthy condition. There is NO obligation to approve a modification to any vehicle if it is not in a roadworthy condition.

4. A Modification Plate is affixed in a conspicuous position preferably adjacent to vehicle’s compliance plate or prior to 1 January adjacent to the manufacturer’s plate, stamped or engraved with all relevant details. Modifications plates are to be left affixed to the vehicle.

5. All fees are to be paid prior to Inspection and is a requirement of the inspection. Without clear funds paid in full to our account the certification is not valid.

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