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Trucks, Tank: Fuel Servicing and Aircraft Fuel Servicing, 1,000 to 4,000 Gallon Diesel and Gasoline Engine Driven
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3.4.20 Accessories and equipment. Chassis equipment shall be complete with all
accessories furnished as standard equipment by the manufacturer. The following minimum
equipment shall be furnished:
Key-operated ignition switch
Ammeter, charging indicator or voltmeter
Fuel gage
Oil pressure gage or red indicator warning light
Engine coolant temperature gage or high coolant temperature or low coolant level
red indicator light
(f)  High coolant temperature or low coolant level alarm buzzer
(g)  Speedometer with recording odometer
(h)  Dual sunvisors
(i)  Front door mounted armrest on driver's side
(j)  Driver's compartment ventilator other than window
(k)  Tachometer
(l)  No cigar lighter shall be furnished
(m) An ash tray, if furnished, shall be secured shut.
3.4.21 Rearview mirrors. Outside rearview mirrors shall be mounted on each side of the
cab. The mirrors shall be of the combination type having flat and convex areas. The flat portion
shall have not less than 50 square inches of reflective area. The convex portion shall have not
less than 25 square inches of reflective area and a radius of curvature of not less than 20 inches.
The mirrors shall have not less than two supports.
3.4.22 Horn. The manufacturer's standard electric horn shall be furnished. When
specified (see 6.2), in addition, an air operated horn shall be furnished on vehicles equipped with
air brakes.
3.4.23 Engine hour meter. Except for type V bulk haul vehicle, an engine hour meter
having a totalizing mechanism of not less than 9,999 hours shall be furnished for the chassis
engine to register accurately the number of hours of operating time. The meter shall be of
rugged construction to ensure continuous trouble-free performance under severe operating
conditions. The engine hour meter shall be mounted on the cab instrument panel, or in the
engine compartment in a readable location.
3.5 Basic tank body and equipment. The vehicle shall be designed and constructed for
the legal highway transportation of all types of gasoline, diesel fuel, and turbine fuel, including
fuels conforming to MIL-T-5624, MIL-T-83133 and ASTM D-910. Accordingly, the vehicle
shall conform in all respects to the Department of Transportation (DoT) Regulations Governing
the Transportation of Dangerous Articles in Tank Motor Vehicles. The vehicle shall conform to
49 CFR, sections 178.340 and 178.341, specification MC-306, as published in the latest issues of
the Code of Federal Regulations and as modified by all issues of the Federal Register published

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