25.25 meter link module train was banned from use – Dagsavisen

25.25 meter link module train was banned from use – Dagsavisen
25.25 meter link module train was banned from use – Dagsavisen

The check took place at the Krossmoen control station at E 39 in Helleland on Wednesday evening.

Among other things, emphasis was placed on weight control, technical condition control, cabotage driving, ADR control, driving and rest time control and load securing.

The result of the inspection was the following:

One Type 3 module train, also called a 25.25 meter link module train, was banned from use due to poor tracking properties.

One wagon train was banned from use due to overloading. The company received an overload fee of NOK 4,450 and the driver had to unload or reload to the permitted weight of the axle/axle combination without a load margin.

Two vehicles were banned from use due to objects obstructing visibility.

Two vehicles were banned from use because the load was not properly/regulatory secured. The load had to be properly secured and in accordance with the requirement before further driving.

The technical inspection revealed a shortage of five vehicles. An inspection report/deficiency note was issued with a deadline for rectifying the errors.

Nektet å fjerne is, kjørte av gårde og ble anmeldt ]

Stoppet ikke i kontroll – sjåfør ble innhentet og anmeldt på stedet ]

The article is in Norwegian

Norway

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