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  2. Take Ownership View File Unzip file Here's How: 1. To Add "Take Ownership" to Context Menu A) Click/tap on the Download button below to download the file below, and go to step 3 below. Add_Take_Ownership.reg 2. To Remove "Take Ownership" from Context Menu NOTE: This is the default setting. A) Click/tap on the Download button below to download the file below, and go to step 3 below. Remove_Take_Ownership.reg 3. Save the .reg file to the Desktop. 4. Double click/tap on the downloaded .reg file to merge it. 5. Click/tap on Run, Yes (UAC), Yes, and OK when prompted. 6. When finished, you can delete the downloaded .reg file if you like. Submitter Mark Dewhurst Submitted 22/06/13 Category Tools  
  3. ScanMaster-ELM for ELM327 View File ScanMaster-ELM is a OBD-2/EOBD diagnostic scan tool for vehicle diagnostics under OBD-II/EOBD standards that were developed specifically for the ELM327 chip from the company ELM Electronics and supports all 10 in SAE J1979 defined OBD-2 diagnostic modes $01 - $0A and all communications protocols. needs a EL327 adapter WIFI / Bluetooth /USB can be found on Ebay both Demo and Full Versions Submitter Mark Dewhurst Submitted 28/06/13 Category Automotive  
  4. If you have a significantly modified vehicle or a non-standard vehicle, it will need to be inspected by a Vehicle Safety Compliance Certification Scheme (VSCCS) licensed certifier, to ensure it complies with NSW vehicle safety standards. Heavy vehicle modifications are inspected and assessed for compliance by VSCCS J&P certifiers. A heavy vehicle J code modification includes simple body mountings and a P code modification includes tow coupling, fifth wheel and king pin installations. You can find these licensed certifiers online. Find a VSCCS or VSCCS J&P licensed certifier
  5. In 2011 the Road Transport (Vehicle Registration) Amendment (Certification of Vehicles) Regulation 2011 abolished the Engineering Certification Scheme (ECS). The scheme was replaced with the Vehicle Safety Compliance Certification Scheme (VSCCS) to move a paper based system online and reduce the incidence of fraud and under insurance amongst certifiers. The regulation came into effect on 2 December 2011 and from that time, ECS certificates were no longer valid. To allow existing ECS certificates to continue to be recognised a transitional provision – Clause 76AP was included in the regulation. This was intended to be a temporary period of grace to give owners six months to get vehicles with an existing ECS certificate that were not yet registered. It was intended that the grace period would end on 19 June 2012. However Roads and Maritime Services was able to extend the period until September 2017 when the regulation was revised and the clause was removed. This legal change means Roads and Maritime is no longer accepting ECS certificates and some modified and individually constructed vehicles will now have to be certified by a licensed certifier under the VSCCS. Do all modified vehicles require certification? Only vehicles with significant modifications require certification. A list of significant modifications is included in Vehicle Standards Information Sheet 06 What is the Vehicle Safety Compliance Certification Scheme? The VSCCS licenses certifiers to inspect modified and individually constructed vehicles and certify their compliance with the relevant vehicle safety standards. What is a VSCCS certificate? VSCCS certificates show that a modified or individually constructed vehicle has been assessed by a licensed certifier, complies with the applicable vehicles standards and is safe to operate on NSW roads. There is considerable road safety risk associated with modified and individually constructed vehicles that have not been inspected by a licensed certifier. Which vehicles will now need a VSCCS certificate? If a modified vehicle has an ECS certificate but has never been registered then the ECS certificate can no longer be used and a VSCCS certificate is now required. If a vehicle has been further significantly modified since certification under the ECS it will only require a VSCCS certificate for the additional modifications. A modified vehicle does not require a VSCCS certificate if it has already been registered and the ECS certificate is recorded in DRIVES. This includes:  Currently registered vehicles  Vehicles with lapsed or cancelled registration  Vehicles transferring between different types of registration. How can I tell if a modified vehicle’s ECS certificate is recorded on DRIVES? A modified vehicle will have one of the following vehicle conditions recorded on DRIVES and the registration paperwork:  V87 (modified vehicle)  V88 (vehicle modified for wheelchair)  G094 (use only in conjunction with an authorised club event or maintenance)  GO96 (modified as per report number). I have a modified vehicle which was previously registered using an ECS certificate, but the conditions are not recorded in DRIVES and do not appear on my registration paperwork. What do I do? If Roads and Maritime has no record of having accepted the ECS certificate, you will need to obtain a VSCCS certificate. Why has this happened now? On 1 September 2017, Clause 76AP was removed from the Regulation which means RMS can no longer accept ECS certificates. How was industry consulted? Industry and motoring enthusiasts were consulted extensively about this change when the ECS was abolished and the VSCCS scheme was launched in 2012. Roads and Maritime has engaged with industry and stakeholder groups prior to the release of AIS Notice36 and VSCCS Notice 15. What will it cost? Fees for inspecting and certifying vehicles are different for all vehicles
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