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On Tue, 18 Apr 2006 12:16:14 -0600, Anne & Lynn Wheeler My grandfater had a dairy in Meath St. Dublin, near the center. The fodder for...
Some of the large "truck SUV"'s come in two varieties, one for personal use and one for use as a small lorry, and are formally two different vehicles regarding the tax code. It is also possible to take a car and modify it to the "clbutt 2 commercial vehicle" spec and present it for inspection. The requirement is that you have a permanent loading bay of minimum capacity and that permanent fasteners are in place for securing goods; and that it is isolated from the driver's compartment. It also needs a minimum loading capacity.
It is pretty normal for craftsmen etc. to drive this kind of vehicle. It requires a "C1" driver's license; not a standard "B". (EU std codes).
The registration also requires loading attachments, so you are permitted to transport many loads that are not permitted for cars, such as 50L gas cannisters, large welding equipment, explosive goods; large gasoline loads etc. as long as you follow the standard marking procedures.
As long as you don't commercially engage in transport you get a waiver for the speed recording and lorry limits; but you are a small lorry regarding all other uses; taxes, toll booths, insurance, access roads, emissions, ferries, mountain pbuttes etc. Even if the car in front of you is identical and pbuttes for a car. The taxes are also deductible against commercial income; which a regular car tax is not.
it is important to actually send the waiver application, even it it only takes 2 minutes to do so, on the web
It is all part of a drive to support small business without making too many concessions to private taxation. The regulations were tightened in 2001, with stricter requirements for loading. Too many yuppie SUV's were registered as such cars.
The Pankian Metaphor 3081
lets say you have a heavily loaded highway infrastructure that was built for a specific number of heavy truck axle-loads; i.e. the highway design specifications say that highways are designed and have lifetimes...