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3.4.15 Tools. Unless otherwise specified (see 6.2), the vehicle shall be furnished with tools
required for exchanging a mounted tire assembly with the spare assembly, and shall include at
least a hydraulic jack, jack handle and wheel nut wrench. The jack shall be of such closed height
as to permit its location under axle or other satisfactory lift point, at any wheel with a tire flat.
The jack, without blocking, shall be capable of raising any wheel of the loaded vehicle to a height
adequate to permit removal and replacement of the wheel and tire assembly.
3.4.16 Controls and operating mechanisms. All controls and operating mechanisms shall be
located for left-hand drive. The controls shall be complete and conveniently operable by the
driver. Lever controls shall be designed and located to permit easy entrance and exit of the
operator to and from the driver's compartment. Instruments and controls shall be identified as to
their function and installed in a manner to facilitate removal and servicing. The instruments shall
be panel mounted.
3.4.17 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:
Inside rearview mirror
Key-operated ignition switch
Ammeter or charging indicator
Fuel gage
Oil-pressure gage or indicator
Engine temperature gage or indicator
Speedometer with recording odometer
Dual sunvisors
Front door mounted armrest on driver's side
Hooded dash light, located to illuminate accessory controls
A positive locking hand throttle, when manual transmission and winch are furnished
Tachometer (for diesel engine driven vehicles).
3.4.18 Outside rearview mirrors. An outside rearview mirror shall be provided on each side
of the vehicle. The mirrors shall be of the Junior West Coast or low-mount type incorporating a
wide angle viewing system. The Junior West Coast type shall have an upper mirror of not less
than 35 square inches of flat reflective area and a lower mirror of not less than 35 square inches
of convex reflective area. The low-mount type shall have an upper mirror of not less than
32 square inches of flat reflective area and a lower mirror of not less than 20 square inches of
convex reflective area. The mirror assemblies shall be adjustable and mounted to minimize
obstruction of forward lines of vision.

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