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3. Subject to articles 4 to 6, an exempt vehicle is authorised to be used for carriage even if it does not, or it is used in a manner that does not, conform with—
(a)regulation 4(3)(b) (audible warning before door closes);
(b)regulation 5(2) (illumination to cease before door closes);
(c)regulation 11(3) (handhold on top of seat), but only in so far as it applies to a seat in a position where there is a gap of no more than 50 millimetres between the top of the back of the seat and a partition;
(d)regulation 13(4) (passenger information when vehicle is stationary), but only in so far as it applies to the internal passenger information system;
(e)regulation 16(1)(d) (no fitting for other passengers accessible through the wheelchair space), but only in so far as it applies to a horizontal handrail; and
(f)regulation 23(1) (boarding device when there is a wheelchair-compatible doorway).
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