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Maledetto: nobody is telling you to do anything. What made you conclude that?
About those brakes: no clue about the UK, but in Belgium you're not even allowed to upgrade the brakes. I had to have paperwork with me every time I went to the MOT, to prove my sports brakes and larger rims were authorized for the old Mondeo I used to drive. Yup, despite it coming off the assembly line with them installed. You're not even allowed to upgrade your brake hoses from standard rubber to metal if the car didn't come with metal hoses.I can understand there have to be certain rules to prevent people from doing potentially dangerous mods to their cars, but upgrading parts to increase safety should not be illegal IMHO.
Depends on the country, of course. I don't know about bikes, but here in Belgium we have a one-time inspection when you register a classic car. You can change some stuff, but only with other parts that were available for that model.Of course, what happens is, people register their old Renault R6, pass the inspection, and then drive it straight home to drop a modern Golf engine in there. Since that car will never have to pass inspection again as long as you own it, you can get away with that. Just don't get involved in any accidents. ;)There was also talk a while back about having an annual inspection, like for every other car that's older than 4 years. But I'm not sure if they passed that law yet or not.
I don't think you're using that meme correctly. ;)
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