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I hold an ADR 62 Test Report from an MVSA-approved Test Facility that is no longer operating or existing. Is this report still an acceptable piece of ADR evidence?

The concession to accept older evidence from test facilities that don’t exist anymore only extends to components that are part of a vehicle with an opted-in approval – from IPA (MVSA) to VTA (RVSA).  As low ATM trailer manufacturers were not previously required to hold an IPA, the test report cannot be accepted and further evidence from an RVSA approved testing facility will be required.