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This document goes into great detail about the requirements for wheels, tires, brakes, steering, suspension, lights, seats, seat belts, engine and transmission, exhaust, emission controls, and more.

So, it’s not definitive, but this is where the Australian design rules come to play. Clause 14 revision 2 of these federal regulations require that every self-propelled vehicle with four or more wheels manufactured on or after January 1, 1993 must have one inside rearview mirror and two outside rearview mirrors. For some other vehicles, the regulation went into effect on July 1, 1992, but for passenger cars, ATVs and the like, January 1, 1993 was the day.

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Glenn Butler is one of Australia’s best known automotive journalists and has spent the last 25 years reporting on cars for radio, television, web and print. He was editor of Wheels, Australia’s most respected car magazine, and before that he was deputy editor of Drive.com.au. Glenn has also worked at an executive level for two of Australia’s most prominent car companies, so he understands how much care and consideration it takes to design and develop new cars. As a journalist, he has driven everything from Ferraris to Fiats on every continent except Antarctica (which he hopes to one day achieve) and loves discovering the unique personality and strengths of each car. Glenn knows that the price of a car is not indicative of its competition, and even the cheapest car can improve your life and broaden your horizons.

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