FUEL TANK, ELECTRICAL WIRING AND BATTERY
A motor vehicle may not be used on a public road—
• if the fuel tank, carburettor, fuel receptacle or fuel pipes thereof is defective or so exposed that it constitutes a source of danger;
• if the fuel tank is not fitted with an effective cap; or
• unless the electrical wiring and battery are properly installed, insulated and maintained so that such wiring and battery do not constitute a source of danger.
• A light and heavy motor vehicle may not be used on a public road, unless the engine thereof is so covered as not to be a source of danger.
No person shall operate on a public road a vehicle in such a manner as to cause any excessive noise.