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Old February 23rd 20, 12:10 AM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
Senna Van den Bosch
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Op donderdag 20 februari 2020 12:30:04 UTC+1 schreef Dave Walsh:
At 07:31 20 February 2020, wrote:
Try on this french forum:
http://www.volavoile.net/index.php?act=3Didx
Fran=C3=A7ois


Trying Volavoile.net is a good idea, especially if you have good
French (I don't).
Looking back over the thread I'm not clear what is your exact
problem? Is the Certificate of Conformity wrong/has errors? If the
trailer has French registration then presumably the French thought
the (French) paperwork was in all in order?
Have you tried to contact the French authorities by email, attaching
copies of your documents?
During my protracted registration process I was advised, by the
French authorities, to have the trailer inspected by the French DRIRE
authorities. This was done at no small expense and trouble and the
trailer was pronounced roadworthy and the all the documents were
deemed correct. The French registration authorities then declined to
accept the DRIRE recommendation and simply said "Non" (again). So
my advice would be to continue trying to sort the paperwork and do
not get involved in physical trailer inspections because the
registration authorities and the inspection authorities are two quite
different systems and they don't seem to integrate.
i'm resident here in France and would be happy to get a "connect"
number if that would help.
Best of luck.


Problem is, the original registration documents are incorrect, and the trailer has since been deregistered. The serial number and weights are wrong, there is no possible way to change this document anymore. Also, Anschau can't provide me with a certificate of conformity as it doesn't exist for this trailer, and won't make one, even at a cost. Basically, I own a trailer with no papers.
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Old February 23rd 20, 05:23 AM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
John Foster
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On Saturday, February 22, 2020 at 5:12:18 PM UTC-7, Senna Van den Bosch wrote:
Op vrijdag 21 februari 2020 08:45:17 UTC+1 schreef Eric Munk:
The. Register it as a new-build in the Netherlands and import from
there. They do accept homebuilt trailers.


At 20:21 20 February 2020, wrote:
Le jeudi 20 f=C3=A9vrier 2020 13:15:06 UTC+1, Eric Munk a

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May bge more cost effective to change the axle and towbar,

and register
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a newly-built trailer...

This used to be an accepted system in Belgium (until the 90's,

when we got
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the possibility to make all our old, non registered trailers

conform to
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changed legislation), but as far as I know, this is not a viable

option
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ymore, unless you find a legitimate trailer building firm to take

the
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nsability for the trailer and do the paperwork for you. At a cost...


I called the RDW and they said they do home built trailers up to 750kg, which is the same for Belgium. Any idea where I could find the info that they would allow 850kg home built trailers?


Any way to remove 100kg from the trailer and then call it a "home built" trailer? Fenders, internal supports for the glider, spare tire, etc? Go get it registered, then put back what you need?
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Old February 23rd 20, 03:48 PM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
Dan Marotta
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On 2/22/2020 5:10 PM, Senna Van den Bosch wrote:

Problem is, the original registration documents are incorrect, and the trailer has since been deregistered. The serial number and weights are wrong, there is no possible way to change this document anymore. Also, Anschau can't provide me with a certificate of conformity as it doesn't exist for this trailer, and won't make one, even at a cost. Basically, I own a trailer with no papers.

No, you own a pile of loose parts.* See if you can assemble them into a
home made trailer, give it a data plate with your name as manufacturer,
and create a serial number for it.* Or is that not an option in your
country?
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Dan, 5J
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Old February 23rd 20, 07:10 PM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
Nigel Pocock[_2_]
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Sell your trailer to the Uk where trailers do not have to be registered so

no documentation is needed. Then buy another one from a write off
with the correct documentation.

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Old February 24th 20, 07:54 AM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
Senna Van den Bosch
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Op zondag 23 februari 2020 20:15:05 UTC+1 schreef Nigel Pocock:
Sell your trailer to the Uk where trailers do not have to be registered so

no documentation is needed. Then buy another one from a write off
with the correct documentation.


That would probably be the best option
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Old February 24th 20, 07:55 AM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
Senna Van den Bosch
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Op zondag 23 februari 2020 16:48:17 UTC+1 schreef Dan Marotta:
On 2/22/2020 5:10 PM, Senna Van den Bosch wrote:

Problem is, the original registration documents are incorrect, and the trailer has since been deregistered. The serial number and weights are wrong, there is no possible way to change this document anymore. Also, Anschau can't provide me with a certificate of conformity as it doesn't exist for this trailer, and won't make one, even at a cost. Basically, I own a trailer with no papers.

No, you own a pile of loose parts.* See if you can assemble them into a
home made trailer, give it a data plate with your name as manufacturer,
and create a serial number for it.* Or is that not an option in your
country?
--
Dan, 5J


Not in Belgium. We can only register home made trailers up to 750 kg, and I'd like it to have a licence plate, which needs a certificate of conformity or the correct original registration documents :/
 




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