3.1 Duties and responsibilities General duties and responsibilities The repair certifier s primary duty is to ensure that a repaired vehicle is within safe tolerance of the manufacturer s specifications. General duties and responsibilities are defined in the Deed of Appointment: Light Vehicle Repair Specialist. You can do a gearbox conversion without a LVV Cert if: the OE gearbox cross-member has not been heated, cut, or welded; and the OE gearbox cross-member mounting to the OE body or chassis members is unchanged; and no replacement gearbox cross-member is used; and. You might never have heard of this one before, but it's actually been in the regulations since at least 1976. A simple adjustment of a tuning device, or removal of the innards of a muffler from the rear of the vehicle without tools clearly constitutes. 4. The LANDATA system This part of the manual provides guidance on how to use the LANDATA system to access vehicle records and record notes describing damage. Introduction page 2-1 VIRM : Light vehicle repair certification 16 Introduction page 2-2 Introduction page 2-2 VIRM. Further copies of this manual may be obtained from: Regional Operations NZ Transport Agency Private Bag PALMERSTON NORTH 4442 Phone: Fax: Amendments to this document will be issued from time to time as inspection requirements change and improvements are made. Each section of the technical part consists of up to three parts: Summary of legislation Reasons for rejection Notes summarises the legislation that is relevant to that section. specifies the repair defects that must result in the vehicle being rejected for repair certification. 1. Repair Certifier Repair certifier means a person who is appointed by the NZTA under section 2.2(1 h) of the Rule to carry out inspection and certification activities in accordance with requirements and conditions imposed by the NZTA, and who is responsible for the inspection.