When a Motor is initially inspected an Identification Tag is fitted. This does NOT signify compliance of anything – it is merely a VIN number. These tags may be RED or BLUE in colour. After the Tag has been fitted a check sheet will be issued with a PASS/FAIL and signed and dated by the […]
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Just updated the ALRC & MSA page with the following- the latest ALRC AGM minutes, the latest SORC minutes, the recent Permitted Tyres Rule Change and clarification on Membership Cards.
Just posted on the ALRC & MSA page– minutes of the November ALRC meeting, minutes of the November Scrutineering & Off Road Committee, a letter from the ALRC- ratification of rule changes & rule change proposals and a letter about the background to the Q Class Trial and how this class should be operated at […]
Hi All, As you will have seen from a recent update email and facebook (for those who use it) there is now an additional TAG for CCV roll cages. This is so should a TAG need to be removed due to damage the vehicles history and “identity” is not lost and can be fully traceable. […]
Just posted a letter from the ALRC on the ALRC & MSA page with information about the rule change about recovery points and the yellow tags which both came into effect on July 9th and a proposed rule change about “Q Class” vehicles.
Just added the minutes from the latest ALRC AGM & the ALRC Scrutineering & Off Road Committee meeting.
Subsequent to the consultation the ALRC undertook last year regarding the vehicle regulations, a working group from various parts of the country have been undertaking a re-write to try and reflect the responses they received. The first stage of this to be publicised are a draft set of RTV vehicle regulations. They want as many […]