Standard Vehicle Meaning

1. Vehicle Exterior

Any body kits, spoilers, wings and other modifications, other than options offered by the manufacturer at the time of the vehicles manufacture, are not permitted.

2. Under the Hood

Any aftermarket intercoolers that are not factory standard in size or shape or mounting position, external blow off valves, air filters and any other external engine modifications are not permitted.

3. Tyres and Rims

Only the original rims which are offered by the manufacturer at the time of the vehicles manufacture are permitted. The new tyres must be of specified size, for example – 16×61/2JJ* alloy wheels, 225/50R16 or 205/55R16 with appropriate DOT or E markings and manufacture date code.

4. Exhaust System

Only the original muffler as offered by the manufacturer at the time of the vehicles manufacture is permitted. The exhaust pipe diameter must be as original and must not cause excess noise levels. The catalytic converter will be replaced as part of the compliance work carried out by the RAW.

5. Vehicle Interior

Only original seats, seatbelts, gear knobs, pedal pads, etc. As offered by the Manufacturer at the time of the vehicles manufacture is permitted. Parcel shelf speakers cannot be much higher than original, as there will be problems with fitting of child restraints. No gauges or turbo timers of any kind are permitted. Any trims or alterations such as leather or colourful inserts are fine, as long as they do not in any way alter the original dimensions, operation and structure of the vehicle.

6. Suspension

specifications, it must be reverted to DOTARS & VSS approved levels.

7. Rail Damage

If there is any longitudinal damage found on the railings of the vehicle or the floor panels the vehicle is “unsuitable to comply” and will have to be shipped back to the country of its origin or destroyed. Please make sure that your suppliers are aware of this.