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  • current IVA Manual

    Here is what I beleive to be the current edition, please upload newer versions as they are published if you can.

    124-iva-m1-inspection-manual-version-4.pdf
    Last edited by cameronfurnival; 12-10-12, 02:25 PM.

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    Re: current IVA Manual

    That is the one I quoted from recently, freshly d/l'd from the VOSA website.

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      Re: current IVA Manual

      I have just found this thread hidden away.

      Current copy as at Dec 2013
      https://www.gov.uk/government/upload...ion_manual.pdf

      I suggest that reference to previous issue in Camerons post is deleted.

      It is also odd that this publicly available document should be in a Members Only, Club Discussion section, and not in the public access Build Diaries as a stickie as those are the guys who would be most interested and be most likely to be up to date with new issues.

      Edit: This thread has since been moved by the Moderators from Club Discussion to General car chat.
      Last edited by stevejgreen; 08-12-13, 08:17 AM. Reason: Clarification
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