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Amateur 'mechanics' fixing trucks - a danger? 6 Mesi 2 Giorni fa #38011

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Hello,

I carry out many repairs and all the servicing on my own cars and motorbikes, with the help of Haynes manuals, but the essential difference is those aren't carrying 20 tonne plus loads, nor do they have a variety of different drivers behind the wheel. Looking at these advertised jobs though, it did make me wonder if I'd like to drive a heavy truck down a steep hill that had been maintained by bodgers? Perhaps in this day and age if we need a certificate (dcpc) to drive commercially if it potentially helps the safety of other road users, then perhaps those carrying out repairs on commercial vehicles (other than very minor stuff) should also be required to hold proper certificates. Obviously some flexibility for owner drivers, but generally it does make you wonder how many commercial fleet vehicles involved in accidents have been poorly maintained?

Any help will be apprecited.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

References:
www.trucknetuk.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=123451
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