Regulation 90.

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Regulation 90 applies to a vehicles braking components and requires that any car registered after 1st April 2001 be installed with braking components that meet the approval within certain tolerances of the original specification. The approval process comprises of variaous tests. In the tests components must come within + or - 15% or the original equipment manufacturers specifications, only then are they deemed to meet Regulation 90 standards.

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