Minor changes and improvements register
VIRM: In-service certification
|20 April 2018||5 Inspection premises and equipment||AECS SST 45 roller brake machine added for CoF B.|
|26 March 2018||Updated to include some Fuso-manufactured tipper bodies.|
|17 November 2017||Heavy vehicles 7-5 Seatbelts and seatbelt requirements||Table 7-5-7 title updated for clarity to:|
Seatbelt requirements for heavy vehicles (first registered in New Zealand from 1 April 2002) and all heavy motorhomes (first registered anytime)
|20 June 2017||Heavy vehicle 14-2: Stock crates and stock crate retention devices|
Technical bulletin (CoF) 7: Stock crate certification
|Clarifications around plating requirements|
|11 May 2017||5 Inspection premises and equipment||Sherpa PBT-24-4757 roller brake machine added for WoF and CoF A.|
|10 April 2017||5 Inspection premises and equipment||BM Autoteknik BM18200 roller brake machines added for WoF, CoF A and CoF B|
|16 March 2017||5 Inspection premises and equipment||Vamag RBT3500 C7 and RBT 3500 XS roller brake machines added for WoF and CoF A|
|6 March 2017||5 Inspection premises and equipment||MAHA MTL 5250 rollerbrake machine added for WoF, CoF A and CoF B|
|5 January 2017||5 Inspection premises and equipment||AECS SST 10 roller brake machine added for WoF and CoF A.|
|14 October 2016|
|What to do regarding the Takata airbag recall.|
|14 October 2016||Technical bulletin (CoF) 7: Stock crate certification||New technical bulletin.|
It is important that stock crate retention is correctly certified to the appropriate standard. This technical bulletin provides explanations of different types of stock crates (fitted to a vehicle with a GVM of 6000 kg or more) their attachments, how to identify them, and how to identify their certification.
|28 June 2016||3-1 Duties and responsibilities|
Section 22.214.171.124 has been updated.
The previous wording could have been interpreted as the Transport Agency being required to give 21 days notice before imposing any remedial action (such as training, revisiting the VIRM requirements etc) where an inspecting organisation or vehicle inspector fails to comply with requirements. It is in everyone’s best interests that there is no delay in ordering remedial action.
The 21 days notice only applies to suspension (excluding immediate suspension) and revocation.
|15 June 2016||5 Inspection premises and equipment|
WoF and CoF A
|10 June 2016||Technical bulletin (CoF) 6: MIchelin X Multiway tyre||New bulletin for clarification.|
|31 May 2016||Introduction 5 Inspection premises and equipment||Additional Jevol RBMs added to Table 5.5, 5.6 and 5.7.|
|12 April 2016||Technical bulletin (CoF) 2: OEM wheel rim options||Wheel rim options for MAN Truck and Bus added.|
|19 November 2015||MC 10-1 Tyres and wheels||A low volume vehicle of class LC which was certified before 1/11/2015 may be fitted with a car tyre if listed on its LVV certification plate.|
|13 August 2015||Service brake, parking brake and breakaway brake||Removed ' emergency brake' from title.|
|3 July 2015|
14-1 Load anchorages
|Removed due to J-hooks being an operational, not a certification issue.|
|26 June 2015||Introduction 6 Appointments||6.1.4 Requirements to retain appointment|
Added clarity around the new requirements regarding the number of inspections required per year to retain appointment.
|3 June 2015||LPSV 10-1 Tyres and wheels||Under Note 3: Clarified definition of winter tyres.|
|3 June 2015||Figure 7-5-5 FS012 Upper seatbelt anchorage request form: Updated to new version.|