false! and again false. Side exhaust systems are not legal at all, it is in ADRs that the exhaust must leak after welding/connecting the rear seal into the bodywork. As mentioned earlier with the hanger configurations on hardcore 4×4 configurations, they leave little or no room for exhausts in the rear, so they put it on the side. In addition, each Ute/4×4 requires only one exhaust that passes in front of the cabin. There is no need to leave the back of the tray. All vehicle devices, such as fire extinguishers, GPS navigation or additional measuring devices, must be securely attached. The installation of replacement or additional fuel tanks (petrol tanks) in vehicles manufactured before July 1976 does not infringe the requirements of the Road Traffic Act and the Highway Code, provided that ground clearance is maintained and that they are installed outside the passenger compartment. When assessing an application, the following factors are taken into account: yellow/yellow lights are allowed for turn signals, fog lamps and side lights on large vehicles and buses. With the exception of turn signals, orange flashing lights are not allowed on any vehicle, with the exception of special vehicles used in dangerous situations and emergency vehicles. The installation of belts on passenger cars manufactured on or after 1 January 1969 but before 1 January 1975 shall be considered only on presentation of a technical report drawn up by a licensed professional engineer demonstrating continued compliance with Australian design rule 5A and that there is no rear seating position. If you have a low car, there is no room for side tubes. Unless you cut into the bodywork?? The catless downspout pipe causes high emissions and is illegal in every state in the United States. For 90% of enthusiasts, I would rather recommend looking into categorized downspouts.
The RTA in New South Wales has already been caught accepting cars from other states under the rules and regulations of other states, as they are all different and must comply with all applicable New South Wales regulations. No side pipes have been legally installed for either side in New South Wales, which I know. If the driving height of a vehicle is lowered, the vehicle must also meet other legal requirements – for example, lowering the vehicle affects the height of the vehicle`s lights and reflectors, and these must remain within certain legal limits, that is, the headlights must be at least 500 mm above the ground, measured from the center of the light. The exhaust outlet, when mounted on the side of the vehicle, shall discharge on the right side of the vehicle and downwards at an angle to the horizontal axis of not less than 15 degrees and not more than 45 degrees. Cosmetic body modifications such as hubcaps, side skirts and front or rear spoilers are allowed without permission, provided that they are installed with respect for the safety of other road users. Specifications for total tyre diameters are listed in the Tyre and Rim Association of Australia Standards Manual. Note: If you wish to equip tires with a diameter outside of this requirement, submit a request to amend a light vehicle form and a report from an MR426 Chartered Engineer (PDF 507.1 KB) is required. Most of the world drives on the right side of the road, including the United States of America, Europe and the United Kingdom. For vehicles imported into Australia from these parts of the world, this means that the driver`s seat is on the wrong side. So-called left-hand drive (LHD) vehicles can legally travel on Australian roads under certain conditions, but not all. Each state has its own laws on the types of LHD vehicles that can be driven on their roads. They must also comply with the location and performance requirements of the Australian design rules 13/00 and 76/00 respectively.
Daytime running lights shall not be installed on the roof, hood or side mirrors. For Queensland in any case; The exhaust gas outlet shall exceed by at least 40 mm above the outermost outermost outer or rear gas gas of the floor which is not continuously welded or permanently sealed, which could allow direct access of the exhaust gases to the passenger compartment, but not beyond the circumference of the vehicle when considered in the plane. The exhaust outlet when discharged on the side of the vehicle, on the right side of the vehicle and at a horizontal angle of at least 15 degrees and not more than 45 degrees downwards. The exhaust outlet, if located at the rear of the vehicle, shall discharge at a maximum of 10 degrees above or 45 degrees below the horizontal. But as Moe said, if it were in stock (like a Cobra), you wouldn`t have a problem. ROCK ONR~R Working side pipes are now legal in South Australia – Club Cobra.