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Motor Cycles Etc. (Single Vehicle Approval) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2004

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Regulation 2

SCHEDULE 1SCHEDULE 1 VEHICLES

Meaning of “Schedule 1 vehicle”

1.  A Schedule 1 vehicle is a relevant vehicle which is an amateur built vehicle within the meaning of paragraph 2, a rebuilt vehicle within the meaning of paragraph 3 or a vehicle manufactured using parts of a registered vehicle within the meaning of paragraph 4.

Amateur built vehicles

2.—(1) A vehicle is an amateur built vehicle if –

(a)it was constructed or assembled for the personal use of a relevant individual; and

(b)the construction or assembly or a substantial part of the construction or assembly was carried out by –

(i)the individual referred to in paragraph (a),

(ii)one or more relevant individuals acting on his behalf and under his direction, or

(iii)the individual referred to in paragraph (a) and one or more relevant individuals acting on his behalf and under his direction.

(2) For the purposes of this paragraph, a reference to a relevant individual, in relation to a motor vehicle, is a reference to an individual who did not, at any time during the period when the construction or assembly of the vehicle was being carried out, carry on a business in the course of which motor vehicles are normally constructed or assembled.

Rebuilt vehicles

3.  A vehicle is a rebuilt vehicle if it –

(a)is a vehicle to which the Department is required by regulation 6 to assign a vehicle identification number;

(b)is not an amateur built vehicle within the meaning of paragraph 2 or a vehicle manufactured using parts of a registered vehicle within the meaning of paragraph 4; and

(c)has been rebuilt using a replacement chassis, or an integral chassis body, which is of the same design and construction as that of the original vehicle and which –

(i)was supplied for the purpose without having been previously used, or

(ii)previously formed part of a registered vehicle.

Vehicles manufactured using parts of a registered vehicle

4.  A vehicle is a vehicle manufactured using parts of a registered vehicle if it is –

(a)constructed or assembled by a person carrying on a business in the course of which motor vehicles are normally constructed or assembled;

(b)equipped with an engine which has previously been used as the engine of another vehicle which had been registered under the 1994 Act or any earlier Act relating to the registration of mechanically propelled vehicles; and

(c)equipped with one or more of the following components taken from the same vehicle as from which the engine was taken –

(i)chassis or frame;

(ii)body;

(iii)suspension;

(iv)a braked axle with more than one wheel;

(v)transmission; or

(vi)steering assembly.

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