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Rego HELP

Discussion in 'Interior' started by Happy_Camper, Oct 7, 2016.

  1. Happy_Camper

    Happy_Camper Active Member

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  2. Happy_Camper

    Happy_Camper Active Member

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  3. Barry

    Barry Well-Known Member

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    Start with a phone call with RMS or maybe a Blue slip person

    Worst case a call to an Engineer
     
  4. Happy_Camper

    Happy_Camper Active Member

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    Thanks for that, yeah i would've thought the compliance plate from Sopru would've been sufficient?
     
  5. jjdz

    jjdz Active Member

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    our dormmobile has the plate saying its a 4 seater but when we got it the rego was only for 2 we had to get a new r&r bed get a engineer to pass it and take the paper work back to where you pay for the rego and get it changed a bit of mucking around but did not want to have a accident with someone in the back or pulled over think there would be big fines
     
  6. Barry

    Barry Well-Known Member

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    What sort of rear seat do you have in the back?
     
  7. jjdz

    jjdz Active Member

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    it had the original r&r seat/bed. I think it ran out of rego at 1 stage
     
  8. KahunaKombi

    KahunaKombi Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Any original rego paperwork from NSW? Will give you the ammunition if you have this.

    If rear seat/bed not in & compliant seat belts expect blue slip inspector hasn't checked compliance plate = a myriad of things over or under looked not to mention the inspector not being a friendly sole :oops:
     
  9. syncro

    syncro Well-Known Member

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    Yes but the blue slip person has to look at it. They don't do it at the RMS.

    Years ago you did not have to notify of a change of seating capacity. That is why the RMS records show 2.
     
  10. Happy_Camper

    Happy_Camper Active Member

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    Ahh okay, I'm going to call the person who did the blueslip tomorrow, hopefully he says it's all good, hopefully I don't need another blueslip as he isn't local.
     
  11. ozferret

    ozferret Member

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    Looking at the pictures of your cabinets and rear seat I don't see any seatbelt. I assume they assessed it as seating the number of places with restraints.

    Probably a good thing only fitted items are included in the assessment. I say this because when I recently had my T3 assessed (in Victoria) I had taken out the gas bottle and the stove top wasn't fitted, the assessor told me if they had been then it would have needed a certificate from an accredited gas person.

    Great job by the way, an inspirational restoration.

    Oops, just looked more closely, and I do see seatbelt - sorry (getting old and eyesight clearly failing).
     

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