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5.1 Security

Method of Inspection Reason for rejection
A Security of attachment

1. Check the side car attachments to the motorcycle and ensure that all fixing devices are in place and secure.

2. Attempt to move the side car in relation to the motorcycle to check for security of attachment.

3. For 'leanable' side cars check the operation of the attachment pivot Joints.
1. Insecurity or abnormal wear or play in the side car attachment.

2. Any attachment between the side car and motorcycle missing or not fully secure.

3. Excessively tight, worn or deteriorated pivot points or bushes on a loanable' side car.
Issue Date July 2001
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