ROVER includes generic compliance information forms for many Australian Design Rules (ADRs), including ADR 29/00 - Side Door Strength.
This video shows you how to provide compliance information for ADR 29 using a test report. Please note that when using a test report as evidence, the report will need to come from an approved testing facility.
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Narrator: In this video I'm going to show you how to enter compliance information in ROVER for ADR 29 - Side Door Strength. This ADR is currently using the generic compliance information form.
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I'm starting from the 'Compliance information' page. Scroll down to ADR 29 and click the 'Complete compliance information' button.
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Start by entering your document reference number for this compliance information form. This reference can be up to 12 characters long and may be published on your decision notice, so please don't include confidential information. The reference number needs to be unique for this application.
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This date, along with the document reference, is for your records. You can't select a date in the future.
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ROVER uses generic compliance information forms for many ADRs, including 29. It's your responsibility as an applicant to be sure the compliance demonstration method selected is appropriate.
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In this example, I've done some testing to the ADR to cover one of my variants only. So click on 'Test report details' and click the variant covered by the testing.
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Once you've selected 'Test report details', you'll see on the left hand side menu there are more options.
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Click the 'arrow' to go to the next page.
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Make sure you've got your test report handy so you can insert the test report date and the number. Please note that your test report will need to come from an approved testing facility.
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Now, include the testing facility approval number and click the 'Validate' button to double check that it is correct. You will then see a green box appear to show that it is a valid number and two mandatory fields appear.
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Next add the name and address, which will be used for validation by the assessor. Once your application is submitted, ROVER will confirm that the testing facility is approved to test against this ADR.
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You can provide any other information relating to this test report by typing in the box or uploading a supporting file. In some compliance information forms, if you add a value that does not fit within the expected range, you will be asked to provide an explanation in the comments.
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This doesn't apply here and there isn't anything else I'd like the assessors to take into consideration.
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So click 'Save and Continue'.
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If you return to your 'Compliance information' page, you can now see that there is a piece of information provided against ADR 29. To add more compliance information, click on 'Complete compliance information' again. And that's how you enter compliance information in ROVER for ADR 29.
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For more information, please refer to the Guide to Vehicle type approvals available on the department's website.
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