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

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The Motor Cycle Etc. (Single Vehicle Approval) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2004 (the “Approval Regulations”) established a statutory scheme for granting single vehicle approval of motor cycles, mopeds, tricycles and quadricycles in terms of their design and provide for such vehicles to be examined for the purposes of obtaining a Department’s approval certificate under Article 31A(4) of the Road Traffic (Northern Ireland) Order 1981.

The Motor Cycles Etc. (Single Vehicle Approval) (Fees) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2004 (the “fees Regulations”) prescribe the fees payable in connection with applications made in accordance with the Approval Regulations. The fees Regulations also prescribe the fee payable for a further application. They also prescribe the fee payable for the replacement of a Department’s approval certificate which has been lost or defaced.

The fees payable are as follows –

(a)£70 in the case of a vehicle which has two wheels other than a low power moped;

(b)£85 in the case of a vehicle which has three or more wheels other than a low power moped;

(c)£45 in the case of a low power moped; and

(d)£12 for a duplicate approval certificate.

The fees payable for a further application are as follows –

(a)£15 in the case of a vehicle which has two wheels other than a low power moped;

(b)£15 in the case of a vehicle which has three or more wheels other than a low power moped; and

(c)£15 in the case of a low power moped.

In the case of a further application, no fee is payable, if the vehicle is submitted within 5 days of the original test and the items that did not comply in the original test can be proven to comply using documentary evidence, or the items that did not comply in the original test are listed in Item 27 in Schedule 2 to the Approval Regulations.

Copies of the Regulations referred to in these Regulations can be obtained from TSO, 16 Arthur Street, Belfast BT1 4GD.

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