Teoman Deniz, the founder of Oruçoğlu company, said that they rejected the requests for modified vehicles that do not comply with the Highway Traffic Regulations, and said, “Don't forget to say modified. Actually, this is a very important issue. Unfortunately, some companies do not care about the rules in order to earn more. This puts the lives of both the people who have modified it and the other citizens on the road in danger," he warned.
Teoman Deniz, the founder of Oruçoğlu company, gave important warnings to those who want to modify their vehicle. Expressing that they rejected the requests for modified vehicles that do not comply with the Highway Traffic Regulations, Deniz stated that some of the modified vehicles, which are especially popular among young people, in order to improve speed, sound or other features, do not comply with the rules, and therefore these requests were rejected and not approved.
“NOT APPLICABLE TO EVERY MODIFIED VEHICLE”
Teoman Deniz, who also mentioned the illegal situations, said, “For example, there is an obligation to have a silencer specified in the regulation regarding exhaust-related requests. Compliance with this requirement is an important point. What has been done to increase the engine power must be in accordance with the original. In addition, chassis shortening situations are also against the regulation. Because they cut the middle part of the vehicle to give more speed to the vehicle and make it lighter. These are actions that are against the law and endanger traffic safety," he said.
Noting that not every modification is applied to every vehicle, Deniz said, “Both speed and other features attract the attention of young people and attract them. We have stated that we will not make any illegal modifications for any reason whatsoever. Although this sometimes upsets our prospective customers, especially young people, we act in accordance with the law and we do not go beyond it.”
“BE CAREFUL IN CHOOSING THE COMPANY”
Emphasizing that the passion for tuning should be considered normal, Deniz argued that there is a prejudiced view towards tuning enthusiasts in the public, but everyone has the right to modify their vehicles according to their own taste when the rules are followed.
“Don't forget to say modified. Actually, this is a very important issue. Unfortunately, some companies do not care about the rules in order to earn more. This puts the lives of both the people who have the tuned up and the other citizens on the road in danger,” Deniz said, continuing his words as follows:
“The slightest risk is to face heavy traffic fines. Care should be taken in choosing a company. Modifications should not be made to people who do not have a certain place and are not taxpayers. In this regard, instead of making a lot of money, we chose to earn people. The passion for tuning should now be seen as a normal pleasure in public. Care should be taken in choosing the company.”