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LOL. When the law in the UK changed to ban R/H sidecars in 1981, many of Neval's machines were supplied from the factory with lugs on both sides of the frame,I have a couple that were made like that. our registration laws are quite liberal and it would be quite possible to register a bike , as a trike though, because of the 3 distinct wheeltracks it would make in a straight line. It would also need sidecar brakes and a headlamp on each chair within 300mm of the extremities.

Our registration laws mean we can import and register anything over 10 years old with the old papers or a legal dating certificate. Anything less than 10 years that does not have European Type Aproval, can be tested and passed under our own aproval scheme provided it's up to standard.

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if you are scared of the sidecar coming ooff the ground

then do what this chap did

hello kg4pvo,

 

now that's what i call a quad! there was a piece in one of the classic bike mags quite a while ago,where an American gent attatched two sidecars to an old [Meriden] Triumph.that looked neat as well,as with both rigs,i hope that the brakes were uprated-or they have a ship's anchor on board to help 'em stop.

 

ride safe and free. martyn,aberdare.:biggrin:

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Would it be better to get an old VW? LOL .....Ken

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