Ill. Admin. Code tit. 92, § E - Filter, Oil through Frame and Body

Current through Register Vol. 46, No. 15, April 8, 2022

a)

FILTER, OIL

PROCEDURES/SPECIFICATIONS:

Replaceable element or cartridge type. Minimum one-quart capacity.

REJECT VEHICLE IF:

Oil filter leaks or does not meet requirements.

b)

FIRE

EXTINGUISHER

PROCEDURES/SPECIFICATIONS:

Pressurized dry-chemical gauge type approved by Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc., rating of not less than 10 B.C. mounted in bracket and readily accessible. Sealed with a type of seal that will not interfere with operation. If stored in locked compartment, compartment must be labeled. Halon fire extinguishers (10 B.C.) are approved.

REJECT VEHICLE IF:

Gauge does not indicate in the calibrated or marked "Full Charge" area. Seal is broken. Extinguisher is not mounted, not in a quick release holder or not labeled in compartment, if applicable. Improper rating. Missing.

c)

FIRST AID KIT

PROCEDURES/SPECIFICATIONS:

Kit shall be readily identifiable, removable, and mounted in readily accessible place in driver's compartment - either in full view or in secured compartment (see LOCKED COMPARTMENT). If not carried in compartment, the case shall be dust tight and substantially constructed of durable material. The contents shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

Unit Type (Minimum Contents)

4" bandage compress - 2 packages (May be 1 package in bus with chassis [incomplete vehicle] manufactured in March 1977 or earlier.)

2" bandage compress - 2 packages (May be 1 package in bus with chassis [incomplete vehicle] manufactured in March 1977 or earlier.)

1" bandage or adhesive compress - 1 package

40" triangle bandage with two safety pins - 1

Splint, wire or wood - 1

A tourniquet or any type of ointment, antiseptic, or other medicine shall not be included.

AGENCY NOTE:

OSHA approved blood-borne pathogen kits are permitted.

REJECT VEHICLE IF:

Kit is not complete. Dust or other visible dirt is present inside case. Minimum number of individual packages are not sealed. Medicine or tourniquet is present. Locked compartment containing kit is not labeled. Not mounted in readily accessible location. Missing.

d)

FLOORS AND

FLOOR

COVERING

PROCEDURES/SPECIFICATIONS:

Covering in underseat area, including tops of wheel housings, driver's compartment, interior engine cover, and toeboard shall be covered with fire-resistant floor covering of type commonly used in passenger transportation equipment. The floor covering in the aisle and entrance area shall be a nonskid, wear-resistant, and fire-resistant type commonly used in commercial passenger transportation vehicles. Covering and metal floor stripping must be permanently bonded to floor and must not crack when subjected to sudden changes in temperature. Bonding or adhesive material shall be waterproof. All seams must be sealed with waterproof sealer.

All openings in floorboard or firewall between chassis and passenger-carrying compartment must be solid and sealed. Interior engine cover must be securely fastened.

Boots and seals around shift levers, emergency brakes and interior engine covers must be secure and solidly attached.

REJECT VEHICLE IF:

Abnormal wear and obstructions are present. Holes or openings are present in floors, floor covering, or boots. Metal floor stripping is not securely attached or broken. Interior engine cover is not fastened securely. Floor or floor covering does not meet requirements.

e)

FRAME AND

BODY

PROCEDURES/SPECIFICATIONS:

Visually inspect:

1)

Body mounts shall be attached and sealed to the chassis cowl so as to prevent the entry of water, dust or fumes through the joint between the chassis cowl and the body.

2)

Cross members and mounting bolts.

3)

Engine mounting bolts.

4)

Frame shall extend to rear of body cross member.

5)

Frame extension is permitted when alterations are behind rear hanger or rear springs and not for the purpose of extending wheel base.

6)

Collision damage which is detrimental to the safe operation of the vehicle.

REJECT VEHICLE IF:

1)

Cracked, loose, missing bolts. Any repair done by welding body to frame, insulation strip missing.

2)

Loose, cracked, broken or missing.

3)

Missing, loose.

4)

Cracked, broken, bent, rusted to a depth as to substantially weaken frame - welding except by body manufacturer.

5)

Unless permitted, frame extends past wheel base.

6)

Collision damage which is detrimental to the safe operation of the vehicle.

Notes

Ill. Admin. Code tit. 92, § E
Amended at 22 Ill. Reg. 11889, effective June 29, 1998

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