Engine, driveline and emissions

Engine, Driveline & Emissions: Ensuring Performance, Safety, and Sustainability

Ausmec examiners pay close attention to these three key aspects during an engine, driveline, and emissions inspection:

  1. Operator Safety: A properly functioning engine and driveline ensure the vehicle performs predictably and responds reliably to driver or rider input. This minimizes the risk of breakdowns or loss of control on the road.
  2. Public Safety for Occupants: A secure engine and driveline assembly minimizes the risk of components detaching during an accident and causing further injuries to occupants of the vehicle or others on the road.
  3. Environmental Impact: Meeting emission standards reduces harmful pollutants released into the environment, contributing to cleaner air and a healthier environment for everyone.

By meticulously examining these areas, Ausmec examiners ensure that the engine, driveline, and emissions systems function safely and contribute to a more sustainable transportation system.

Roadworthy Rules relating to Engine, driveline and emissions can be found on pages 37 to 42 of the Queensland Light Vehicle Inspection Manual

Extra information on some RWC rules :

Background,  Seats and Restraints,  Lamps lights and Electrical,  Windscreen,  Body chassis and frame, Tow Couplings,  Steering and Suspension,  Wheels and Tyres,  Brakes, Engine driveline and emissions,  Vehicle safety Features,  Vehicle Identification,  Modifications,  Road Test,  Motorcycle RWC Standards, 


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