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Date Posted:31/08/2010 07:36:36Copy HTML

Hi again Greg in my last post about down rating we decided it would be a simple task but I was wondering if to make things easier I could still run it as MOT exempt or would I then have to have it tested thanks Chris
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Re:Test exemption after down-rating

Date Posted:31/08/2010 10:54:11Copy HTML

 Naa it is much harder to exempt a 3500kgs or under vehicle as there is only about 6 exemption categories, cant remember off hand what they are, it is a V112 for the exemption cert.
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Re:Test exemption after down-rating

Date Posted:01/09/2010 09:02:51Copy HTML

Hi again Greg I have today tried to download a V112 but have not been able to find it but for that matter I could not find the V112G either but I have downloaded it at some other time so fortunately have it in my documents would you know where I could get a V112 if only to find out what the qualifications are for it many thanks Chris
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Re:Test exemption after down-rating

Date Posted:01/09/2010 10:27:44Copy HTML

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Re:Test exemption after down-rating

Date Posted:02/09/2010 03:28:41Copy HTML

hi chris aint you got her on the road yet mate.
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Re:Test exemption after down-rating

Date Posted:02/09/2010 06:37:20Copy HTML

Hi Greg and Clive well I am nearly there a man of that horrible breed welders is supposed to be coming Saturday I had a go myself but I am not up to the job if I could put it in a vice on the bench I could do it but unfortunately that is not the case anyway the start of this thread was exemptions and the like having just done loads of research on the exemptions from test it is definitely coming to an end shortly and if I get it under the weight I would not be exempt anyway, but that is the route I have to go because I am much happier going to an independent garage than a VOSA station I now have the rear brakes reassembled and re-piped ready for bleeding so it is all down to the welder now never take a welder at his word you can tell when they are lying there lips move . Anyway I digress in my research I came across this and I think you might find it a good idea to put on the site as it is definitely going to affect a lot of members the site address
http://www.dft.gov.uk/consultations/closed/mottestingexemptions/consultation.pdf
The end is nie Chris
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Re:Test exemption after down-rating

Date Posted:02/09/2010 07:32:55Copy HTML

 Thats a good link, thanks.

that is the europ directive  about mots.

Some vehicles are still exempt like dual purpose but recovery / display ect are all gonna have to have a test.

I would say that there would be a bit of a fight with an RB44 chassis as it is a mod spec chassis and was different from the hgv chassis and the clearence or exemptions is based on hgv chassis, so would a military spec chassis get a vehicle around this?

Anyhow, they are gonna be getting much much tougher on older vehicles as a whole. *sad face*
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Date Posted:02/09/2010 07:45:34Copy HTML

 Oh and I will put something up on the main site as soon as i can as yes, this is gonna affect a lot of people.
40,000 vehicles according to your link
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Re:Test exemption after down-rating

Date Posted:02/09/2010 08:24:59Copy HTML

thats my beast of the road soon then looks like buying a tranny then till i manage to save the kids pocket money to buy new parts for the old girl
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Re:Test exemption after down-rating

Date Posted:08/09/2010 03:59:01Copy HTML

Hi again Greg I hope you are not getting fed up with seeing my name appear (LOL) I have just been on the phone to VOSA about down rating and was told to get form VTG 10 which I have done he says fill that in and we will decide if we have to see the vehicle I asked how does that work and he could not really help me with that as it is a different department as the adjustments are pretty minor are they likely to want to see it I am trying to feel the water here because I dread the thought of driving it in there and them going over it and not letting it go and demand I have it recovered from there site thanks Chris 

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Re:Test exemption after down-rating

Date Posted:08/09/2010 04:16:37Copy HTML

 Well you might be lucky as the changes are so minor but I cannot say if they will or wont want to see it as the  VTG10 says, 'we reserve  the right to see your vehicle' or words to that effect. I guess it a risk you are gonna have to take?

Oh and you are welcome to pester and post as much as you like, I can always delete ya posts LOL >>>>>>>runs away>>>>>>>>>
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Re:Test exemption after down-rating

Date Posted:08/09/2010 04:38:28Copy HTML

I appreciate you cant say yae or nae but with your wealth of Dodgey knowledge do you now anyone who has had it done and what there outcome was thanks Chris
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Re:Test exemption after down-rating

Date Posted:08/09/2010 09:17:38Copy HTML

 I know of lots who have downrated but usually vosa want to see the vehicle and the modifications but these all had mot's / plate so I have no idea how they will treat an exempt vehicle, did you see this post?

[url]http://dodge50.aimoo.com/ReplyID-4649231/TopicID-1002860/GoToTopic.html[/url]
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Re:Test exemption after down-rating

Date Posted:08/09/2010 11:40:21Copy HTML

if you read the eu directive you will see that there is no need to remove the exemtions.
its just the uk gov being total prats as per usual spineless prats looking for a pat on the head.
when in fact the rest of the eu se them for what they are a lot of mind less pissed up toffs that do not live in the real  world.
its no wonder we have no industry left and this countrys gone down the toilet.
duuuuu rules is rules old boy.
pathetic.
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Re:Test exemption after down-rating

Date Posted:09/09/2010 02:50:25Copy HTML

 They don't have exemptions in other eu countries from what I was told and any test exempt vehicle in the UK isn't legal to be driven abroad though a vast number of people do.
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Date Posted:10/09/2010 12:00:14Copy HTML

f--ck the eu wish we were out of it
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Re:Test exemption after down-rating

Date Posted:10/09/2010 12:33:53Copy HTML

Order, order, order, in the house gentlemen please and guess what the poxy welder who was supposed to be coming today is not, where is his head at I purposely held money back so he had to come and he still isn't, if he ever shows again no money until finished I just do not understand it he moans about being skint and wont get off his arse to get any I have been giving him £10,00 an hour he is using all my equipment and materials its cash straight in his pocket and even gets supplied with all the tea and coffee he can drink and food as well if he is here at the time we eat which he normally is. I guess that's why he is not working I would tell him to fuck off but he is good at his job when he does it anyway enough ranting good news aimoo is out of the spam bucket so now I might be able to reply in a timely fashion, I am off now to get a doll call it a welder and stick pins, knives swords and what ever else I can find Chris
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Re:Test exemption after down-rating

Date Posted:10/09/2010 12:59:25Copy HTML

 Glad you sorted out ya tin of spam.

If you get a bigger doll then you can use welding rods as well as pins.

Have you phoned him and asked if he is coming back?
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Date Posted:10/09/2010 02:51:42Copy HTML

Yes I texed him he wiil never ever answer the phone but he will answer texts and he never ever rings he only texts any way he said he was to busy probably listening to his wierd techno music would you believe he wears a proper dogs collar round his neck I suppose the disc on it is in case he gets lost how I have kept my temper with this man I will never know, isn't there anyone in the kent area up for it so I can tell him to fuck off Chris

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Date Posted:10/09/2010 05:37:06Copy HTML

chris he gets £20 an hour on the dole they dont need to work
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Date Posted:10/09/2010 06:26:18Copy HTML

£20 an hour 

Thats got to be worth 20 of them ^^^^^ above 
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Date Posted:10/09/2010 09:04:13Copy HTML

Greg I cant tell you how with the spam it just happened a bit like this welder Chris
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Re:Test exemption after down-rating

Date Posted:11/09/2010 10:53:23Copy HTML

hi all,

Long time on speak, its like watching the chrisfen and karrier show - how u all doing - I c mums still full of steam!

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Re:Test exemption after down-rating

Date Posted:12/09/2010 11:30:40Copy HTML

 Hi there

I moved your post here as you had posted the above on a for sale thread. :-)

I am good thanks, not sure about Chris though LOL.

So where have you been?
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Date Posted:12/09/2010 01:47:16Copy HTML

GOOD !!! GOOD !!! IS THAT WORD AN ENGLISH ONE IF NOT KINDLY TRANSLATE Chris
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Date Posted:12/09/2010 03:34:23Copy HTML

I wish the time I spend on here getting answers to problems was as productive as that bastard truck is at giving me more problems while curing another I think that's what I mean Chris. They're coming to to take me away Ha Ha
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Re:Test exemption after down-rating

Date Posted:12/09/2010 04:13:42Copy HTML

 I dunno, you seem to get quite a bit of advice, mainly about tins of spam and slippers but thats life.

>>>>>runs away>>>>>
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Date Posted:13/09/2010 12:00:21Copy HTML

chris im sorry you are having all this trouble mate.
gazzer im not full of steam anymore cos im full of scammell explorer now.
they are fuc-in masive resistance is futile i can recover tanks with it and dodges
and and i just have to have one.
you got anymore of that magic tobbaco greg?
and a bloody big pair of slippers to drive it in.
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Date Posted:13/09/2010 10:51:55Copy HTML

 You gonna need masive slippers, I will have a look around but I reckon size 16 will be what ya need.
As for thje tobacco I have run out sadly.
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Date Posted:13/09/2010 02:01:37Copy HTML

Our office cleaner could recover a dodge with a dustpan and brush

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Date Posted:13/09/2010 07:17:36Copy HTML

your office cleaner might have to if it stands there much longer chris.
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Date Posted:13/09/2010 07:22:02Copy HTML

greg no tobacco.
bet your lecy bills gone from £300 a day to £30 a week now.
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