Enquired about the Electric Assist regulations with regards to placing a wheelchair motor, to help on some of the longer climbs round here, on a Brox. Quads not being covered/recognised by the regulations. Cutting it as short as possible: If I do fit a wheelchair motor, I will have to have it tested under the SVA regulations. In order to undergo this test the vehicle has to be registered, MOT'd & taxed. I'll also require the appropriate licence to ride it. However, having already visited one VOSA test station where I was told that they were unable to test it at it doesn't have an engine. Nor does it have a registration mark, of any sort. "Primary power is supplied through a set of rotaing cranks & a chain". This kind of rules out getting the thing taxed as well. Am unable to get an MOT, again no-one able to test it & no test for it. Anyone got any ideas on how the above may be got.