Specific vehicle jacks must be permanently and legibly marked with the following information: the name or trademark of the vehicle manufacturer the model or model designations of vehicles for the jacks intended use clear and adequate instructions for operating the jack. Please note that this advice may be provided in pictogram form for hydraulic jacks, a statement specifying: the correct hydraulic fluid for use with the jack a requirement to keep the jack at the recommended level warning advice against getting under a vehicle that is supported by a jack warning advice, in pictogram form, against getting under a vehicle that is supported by a jack, where the pictogram shows either: a figure under a jack crossed out —see Example 1 a side view of a person lying on the ground and partially or wholly underneath a side view of a vehicle supported by a jack. Additional marking requirements are required for the following jacks: high lift jacks jacks other than high lift jacks hydraulic jacks trailer jacks. Related resources.
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