Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Wayne, Oct 15, 2020 at 5:02 PM.
Yep. Light trailers now also. Thankfully only when transferring ownership or importing into the province.
I expect annual or biennial inspections are coming. There is allot of junk on the road out there.
Thankfully not required (yet) in New Brunswick. Light trailers in NB used to require annual inspections but now only when being sold.
Is the MC inspection required annually in NL?
When I was working in PEI, I had a new bike delivered to me from St. Stephen, NB and still needed to get is inspected in PEI in order to get a plate.
So what you're saying is we're going to need motorcycle inspections now? Do we have a definition of exactly what?
Linky to Standards: https://www.gov.nl.ca/dgsnl/files/drivers-motorvehicleinspections-motorcycle-inspection-standard.pdf
Found this Section interesting:
Sec.1.3.g) Exhaust sound pressure level Note: the test procedure noted in SAE J2825 Measurement of Exhaust Sound Pressure Levels of Stationary On-Highway Motorcycles as amended must be followed.
Some info on the SAE J2825 sound test:
I am at a lost if existing motorcycles need to be inspected, or only transferred biked?
My interpretation is:
- When importing a bike into province for registration.
- When transferring ownership.
I think there has been some confusion in wording.
This is from nl dualsport group on FB.
Here you... From MRD . Sister works there...
Your question on Inspections???
NOTHING HAS CHANGED!!!!
This was misinterpreted by media and others yesterday...this was just a notice to inspection stations of new standards "IF" an inspection is required if in an accident OR by Enforcement Agencies (ie police, Highway Enforcement, Registrar, etc).
So we DO NOT require inspections on Trailers or Motorcycles
When I read header for this Thread, my first thought was that here we go again ... the damned Gubmint looking to lighten our suffering wallets with yet another fee. We are already paying up the poop chute ... grumble, grumble
Mostly good news with a little bad. Might be nice to get some truly dangerous bikes off the road but I would be happy to see the end of excessively loud bikes (and cars) as well as non-conforming badly aimed and overly bright aftermarket LED replacement bulbs. (LEDs in OEM buckets, not aftermarket auxiliary lights when used appropriately.)
I had to Google that one!
Not going there
I didn’t google it and am still unaware
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