Body exterior components and sheet metal parts, if damaged or dislocated so that they project from the vehicle to present a safety hazard to occupants, pedestrians, or other vehicles, may be cause for rejection of the vehicle.
|Procedures:||Reject Vehicle If:|
|A. Protruding Metal: Inspect for torn metal parts, moldings, rub rails, etc., which may protrude from vehicle.||
(1) Body components or sheet metal are subject to rejection if a condition exists which is hazardous to occupants, pedestrians or other vehicles.
|(2) Torn metal, broken glass, or other loose or dislocated parts protrude from the surface of the vehicle which is hazardous to occupants, pedestrians, or other vehicles.|
Figure 23SCHOOL VEHICLE CONSTRUCTION AND SEATING.