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AS 4876.1-2002 pdf free.Motor vehicle frontal protection systems Part 1: Road user protection.
1.3.6 Over-bumper VFPS (including nudge bar)
A VFPS that is primarily designed to reduce damage to a vehicle in the event of low speed collisions, in which the vehicle’s front bumper is retained and the VFPS is mounted in front of the bumper (refer to Figure 1.1(b) and (c)).
1.3.7 Shall
Indicates that a statement is mandatory.
1.3.8 Should
Indicates a recommendation.
1.3.9 Vehicle frontal protection system (VFPS)
A structure fitted to the front of the vehicle to reduce damage to the vehicle structure and
systems in the event of either a front-end impact or an animal strike (refer to Figure 1 .1).
1.4.1 General
The VFPS shall have a durable label of permanent marking (refer to Clause 1.5.2), which shall be either permanently attached or permanently marked in an area that is readily visible.
1.4.2 Information to be included on either plaque or label or permanent marking The plaque or label or permanent marking shall display the following information in permanent, legible, upper and lower case, black characters in English not less than 4 mm high:
(a) The name and address of the manufacturer, supplier or importer, or the manufacturer’s trade mark, if made in Australia.
1.5.1 General
The packaging shall include all components including threaded fasteners, if applicable, to suit the motor vehicle model for which the VFPS is intended.
The vehicle make, model and type for which the VFPS is suitable shall he clearly marked on the outside of the package, if the packaging material conceals the label on the VFPS.
Inside the packaging or attached to the vehicle frontal protection system shall be full installation instructions for the frontal protection system as specified in Clause 1 .5.2.
1.5.2 Installation instructions
Each model of VFPS shall he supplied with complete instructions for the specific make, model, type and year(s) of manufacture of the vehicle for which it is intended, including the fitting of anchorages onto the motor vehicle, unless these are provided in the vehicle structure by its manufacturer. These instructions, wherever possible, should he illustrated by diagrams with a minimum of additional text. The instructions, in legible letters, shall include the following:
(a) Do not attach VFPS to the vehicle using anchorages not intended for this purpose (e.g. engine mountings bolts).
(b) Do not use this product for any vehicle make or model, other than those specified by the VFPS manufacturer.
(c) Do not remove the plaque or label from the VFPS.
(d) Do not modify the structure of the VFPS in any way.AS 4876.1 pdf download.

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