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If the guidance states that you should (or could) check the visible parts of all child restraints fitted then this implies that as testers we should check the actual child seat belts, and if faulty then apply the appropriate fail criteria as we would with a regular seat belt or buckle. What would you do in this scenario?
Picture this: A vehicle comes in with a tyre heavily flat-spotted, so much so that it’s jumping around in the brake tester. There are no fails in the Inspection Manual for ‘tyre flat spotted’. What would you do?
Take a look at the attached image of a VIN plate from a 2.4 litre Toyota crew cab Hilux, with the rear seats removed to allow for tool storage. Would you MOT this as a class 4, or a class 7 vehicle?