No wheelchair conversions shortly - artful dodger {P}
It seems that our firms that convert vehicles for wheelchair use could soon be put out of business by new EU rules.

www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2006...l

Another blunder in the making.



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Roger
I read frequently, but only post when I have something useful to say.
No wheelchair conversions shortly - Cliff Pope
A curious reversal of the position regarding buildings, which by law now have to be built with full accessiblity for wheelchair users, even if none are employed there..
No wheelchair conversions shortly - Westpig
no........... someone notices something like this..... it goes in the press... therein follows big hoo-hah..... the cretin that should have dealt with it properly in the first place, then does so, because his/her bosses bend their ear.......

and we're all back to normal
No wheelchair conversions shortly - Stuartli
A pal of mine, who has run one of this businesses for many years, sold it to a competitor about 12 months ago.

Perhaps he knew something we didn't...:-)
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No wheelchair conversions shortly - artful dodger {P}
>>and we're all back to normal

Somehow I doubt if this will be the case. Rules is rules, and civil servants will ensure these rules are strictly enforced (unlike all other EU states).


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Roger
I read frequently, but only post when I have something useful to say.
No wheelchair conversions shortly - Honestjohn
I think Dr Stephen Ladyman will do something about this. He did lobby hard for common sense over the issue of mirrors on trucks, but his department led him down by not keeping the press informed of his progress. Obviously solving a problem for the disabled would be another feather in his cap.

HJ
No wheelchair conversions shortly - boxsterboy
Mum's selling Dad's converted Pug 806. I'll tell her to ask for a premium now!
 

Ask Honest John

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