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Motor Vehicles (Construction and Use) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1999

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7.  In this Schedule—

“maximum engine power” means the maximum net power the motor cycle engine will develop, in kilowatts, when measured in accordance with the test conditions specified in the International Standard number ISO 4106 developed by the technical committee of the International Organisation for Standardisation, and approved by member bodies, including the United Kingdom, and published under the reference ISO 1978 4106-09-01;

“moped” means a motor cycle which—

(a)

has a kerbside weight not exceeding 250 kg, and

(b)

if propelled by an internal combustion engine, has an engine with a cylinder capacity which does not exceed 50 cc, and

(c)

is designed to have a maximum speed not exceeding 30 mph when driven under the conditions set out in paragraph 8.

“power to weight ratio” means the ratio of the maximum engine power to the kerbside weight of the vehicle measured, as regards the maximum engine power, in kilowatts and, as regards the kerbside weight, in 1000 kg;

“standard motor cycle” means a motor cycle which is not a moped.

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