The New York State Department of Labor inspects all amusement devices on or before the scheduled start date of an event. Only those devices deemed safe are allowed to operate. Detailed inspection results for each individual device will be posted within two weeks of the event start date.
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|5/24/2017||The following cars have broken plastic bumpers that have been repaired with bolts and steel plate. Provide a document for this type of repair procedure or replace bumpers before putting cars in operation. See Cars: KK1-007, KK1-387, KK-316 & KK-317.||45-1.6(c)|
45-1.6(c)Parts which are excessively worn or which have been materially damaged shall not be used. Close visual inspection of parts shall be made during assembly to discover such wear or damage and immediate inspection of fastening devices shall be made after assembly to assure that they have been properly installed.
|5/24/2017||The following cars have gas caps that do not hold back gasoline when invented. Provide required gas caps before putting cars in operation. See Cars: KK1-284, KK166, KK1-286 & KK1-285.||45-6.9(d)|
45-6.9(d)All go-kart fuels systems shall be designed to minimize fuel spills in the event of a rollover and be located away from exhaust, mounted to minimize the potential for rupture or damage in case of collision, or roll over and not capable of leaking more than one ounce of fuel from the tank during a five minute period when inverted;
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