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Toy Museum
The Buenos Aires Toy Museum
Kids en la web.com
Muky, Argentina Hotwheels
Garbage Pail Kids made in Argentina
The Buenos Aires Toy Museum Exhibit
Design Furniture for Art and Toy Exhibit
Juego del Sapo

Collectibles
Collectibles found in Argentina
Art Glass

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Eating Pizza in Buenos Aires
Food and Wine
Los Morteros Restaurant in Purmararca

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Bob Frassinetti on Facebook

Toy Museum Forum
The Buenos Aires Toy Museum Forum

Food & Wine Photo Gallery
Curry in the Kitchen, Image Gallery
Los Morteros Restaurant in Purmararca
Food and Wine Argentina
Boutique Restaurant. La Florida Colonia Uruguay
Inside La Florida
Argentine food Asado name for Barbeques
See Picture Image Gallery for, Asado
Hesperidina is Argentinas most famous aperitif.
Eating Pizza at Las Cuartetas

Art for Sale Gallery
J Viski oil painting for sale
Leopoldo Torres Aguero oil painting for sale
Religious Painting of South America & Argentina
Image Photo Gallery for Quintanilla, Alberto.
Francisco Adaro, up coming artist mural artist
Monique Rozanes is a brilliant contemporary artist.
Spisso Liberato was a great Argentinean artist
Francisco Adaro, erotic art.
Francisco Adaro
Relegoius Art for sale
Viski Largest World Picture Gallery
Vito Campanella Art Argentina
Leopoldo Torres Aguero and Monique Rozanes
Contemporary Art Argentina
iArtdealer 5 square meters Art Gallery
Jorge Luis Garay in Dean Funes
Jorge Luis Garay

Insulator Photo Gallery
Glass Insulator Argentina
Porcelain Insulator Argentina
French Insulator only found in Argentina
Silver or Grey Insulators made in Argentina
Insulators out in the Wild
Insulators found along the roads in Argentina

Books Review and for Sale
Book on Lighthouses in Argentina
Book on Steam Train in Argentina
Book on Shipwrecks around Argentina,South Atlantic
Book on Soccer - Football Trading Cards, Argentina
Guide Book on Trading Cards Argentina
Book on Highway Route 40
Book on Pop Star Diva Susana Gimenez
Book on Buby,diecast toys made in Argentina.
Book on Art Fileteado
Kaiser, Ika Industries Argentina
The legend of Time Travel

Photo Gallery For Art Dealer
Vito Campanella
Leopoldo Torres Aguero and Monique Rozanes
Arte BA 2006 Argentina
Francisco Adaro, up coming artist from Argentina
Francisco Adaro
Francisco Adaro,erotic art.
J Viski,Janos Viski. 1891- 1961 Hungary Photo Gallery
Cloudio Giannini, Argentina
Jorge Luis Garay Dean Funes

Toy Museum Picture Gallery
My Little Pony, Argentina Photo Gallery
Buby Photo Book, Photo Gallery
Strawberry Shortcake, Frutillitas made in Argentina Photo Gallery
Toy Tractors & Farm Toys,Argentina.Photo Gallery
The Giants Attacking You , Los Titanes de Atakan, CD.Photo Gallery
Super Powers, Super Amigos, Argentina.Photo Gallery
Robot's from Argentina. Image Gallery
Batman CollectiblesPhoto Gallery
Buby Die cast, Sample Photo Gallery
Toy Soldier, Lead & Plastic Photo Gallery
Mazinger Z Argentina, Photo Gallery
Duravit Indian Rubber, Photo Gallery
Buby Estanciera IKA Die cast, Photo Gallery
The Incredibles in Argentina Photo Gallery
Estanciera IKA by Buby re painted model
Kaiser Frazer Willy Station Wagon
Gallery of Robot & Space Toys made in Argentina
Kaiser Frazer Carabela Manhattan, made in Argentina
Art and Toy Museum Exhibit Furniture
The Buenos Aires Toy Museum Picture Gallery
Robots and Space Toys made in Argentina
Gallery Nights, BAC and The Buenos AIres Toy Museum

Carnival Glass Photo Gallery
Carnival Glass made in Argentina

Bob Frassinetti Video & Photo Gallery
Bob Frassinetti in the news
Cultura Cero
Profile of a Journalist
Bob's Photo Album
Cheap Hotels
Cheap Hotels World Wide
Documentary, The Masters of the Universe
Video Bob Frassinetti
Bob Frassinetti Photo Album
Bob Frassinetti and Lonely Planet Guide Books
Fire Places and Chimneys
Hanky Panky

Buenos Aires Architecture Video & Photo Gallery
Architecture, Buenos Aires. Argentina
Bridges in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires Buildings and Sights
Pilar Church Recolecta
Recoleta Cemetery Buenos Aires
Recoleta Cemetery Buenos Aires
Palermo Hollywood and Soho, Buenos Aires
Palermo Hollywood Part Two
Down Town Buenos Aires
Down Town buildings, shops , art galleries, hotels and more
Art and Light Lighthouses

Lighthouse & Shipwrecks Video & Photo Gallery
Lighthouse at Medanos Point
Helmets of the Deep Collectibles
Jose Ignacio, near Punta del Este, Uruguay
Walking around Colonia, Urugauy
Buenos Aires to Colonia, Uruguay.
Lighthouse on Martin Garcia Island
Lighthouses Argentina.
East Point Lighthouse Uruguay, Punta del Este.
Perlas Islands Submarine,the true story
Lighthouses in Argentina & Uruguay
Art and Light Lighthouses

Steam Tractor & Old Tractor Photo Gallery
Steam Tractors,found in Argentina
Old Tractor's Made in Argentina
Old Tractors found in Uruguay
Lanz Bulldog and the Pampa Tractor from Argentina
Antique German Tractors from South America
David Brown 50D Found and Sold
British Made Steam Train Crane 1900's
Old Patagonia Express La Trochita Photo Gallery

Trains in Argentina Photo Gallery
The Old Patagonia Express
Trains in Argentina
Train Tours for Argentina

Photo Gallery on Buenos Aires,San Telmo as well as other Flea Markets
San Telmo Flea Market, Image Gallery
Down Town Buenos Aires,Image Gallery
Railway Station Flea Market, Image Gallery
Mercado de las Pulgas Buenos Aires

Collectibles Photo Gallery
Enamel Advertising Signs found in Argentina,Image Gallery.
Vintage Telephone Equipment found in Argentina, Image Gallery
Helmets of the Deep Collectibles
Royal Doulton found in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Glass Candy Containers made in Argentina
Picture Image Gallery for Vintage real photos from Argentina.Old photos
First Day Covers Argentina
Diving Helmet Argentina
Ford Falcon Made in Argentina

The Land of Fire,the End of The World
The Land of Fire: The Wondera. The Story begins.Image Gallery
The Wondera, the strange and enicmatic old man

Vintage & Old Cars
Estanciera IKA, Jeep Willy vesrion made in Argentina
Torino Car designed in Argentina
Siam Di Tella, was a trademark company in Argentina
Fiat 1100 Argentina
Rambler made by Kaiser here in Argentina
Fiat 1500 Berlina made in Argentina
Fiat 1500 Coupe
Argentine Kaiser Carabela, see image of this rare Argentine Kaiser
Vintage Cars from Argentina or Uruguay
Kaiser Funeral Car made in Argentina
Carabela Kaiser IKA Argentina,
Rally Car Project in Argentina
Old Vintage Cars from Argentina and Uruguay
Old Cars and Old Tractors found in Uruguay
Classic Car Show San Telmo
Car Show 2006 Argentina
Club Ford Argentina

Art and Antique Tours for Dealers
Lonely Planet and Bob Frassinetti
Mad Dog Antiques & Maudlin travel to Buenos Aires, Argentina
ArtDealer and Pascal Debusschere from Paris,France.
Bob Frassinetti as your Personal Shopper
Giuseppe Pirone
Dr Jenny Fortune
Diana's Bobo lodge. Bed & Breakfast in San Isidro
Valeria del Mar. Pinamar
Father and Mother Christmas from the USA visiting Argentina

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Tour 2011 Bob Frassinetti
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Religions Tours
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Lighthouse Tour
Train Tours in Argentina
Royal Road Camino Real
Travel Argentina
Route 40 Tour
Art and Antiques Tour
Antiques Bronze and marble Sculptures
Accommodation for Art & Antique Dealers In Argentina

Real Estate in Argentina
Real Estate in Argentina
Real Estate VillaTulumba Gallery Museum Project
Cheap Hotels
Palermo Hollywood, Real Estate Investment

Route 40 Argentina Tour
Route 40 Photo Gallery Patagonia & all Argentina
Route 40 Tour Patagonia Argentina Adventure
Route 40 Argentina Blog
Road Side Sanctuaries for Route 40 Argentina
Car Rally Tour for Highway 40 Argentina
Information on Route 40 Argentina
Route 40 Argentina on Face Book

Art
Street Art
Art Argentina
The Buenos Aires Artdealer iphone APPs
The Buenos Aires Artdealer NET

Antiques
Antiques Argentina

Chile
Santiago Chile for Art, Design and Antiques
The Big Island of Chiloe Chile and its Churches
Antique German Tractors found in Chile
Photo Travel Information for Patagonia Chiloe Chile
Real Estate for Sale in Chiloe Chile
The Museum of Modern Art in Chiloe Chile
Jose Trivino
Lighthouses in Chile
The Big Island of Chiloe Chile Travel Tips

Uruguay
Art and Antiques in Uruguay
Food and Wine in Uruguay
My travels with Pascal and Michele in Uruguay


Bob Frassinetti on Face Book
Everthing on Arts and Antiques from Argentina
Travel Guide for Art and Antiques in Argentina
The Buenos Aires Toy Museum, Argentina
Route 40 Argentina
Royal Road Camino Real Cordoba


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Updates from Argentina
Saturday, 22 September 2018
Auction Mercado Libre Argentina. eBay Argentina
Topic: Auction Mercado Libre

eBay and MercadoLibre with Bob Frassinetti

Work with me from eBay and all the way with Mercado Libre here in Argentina as well as other Countries in South America.

 
Interested in Mercado Libre here in Argentina, I can help you. Press this Link
 
 
 

 

 

 

 Everything and anything from Art to Antiques to Vintage Items like Motorcycles nad Classic Cars, Steam and Old Iron Tractors, we alaso Export, Frassinetti.Biz

Interested in Mercado Libre here in Argentina, I can help you. Contact me direct by PM or email: admin@frassinetti.com 

 

FACE BOOK: Bob Frassineti.  

 

Emial: admin@frassinetti.com 

 

Welcome to Travel Argentina for Antiques and Art

Welome art and antique dealers and travellers looking for information on Buenos Aires and all Argentina,...

Location:  La Lucila, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Born/ Birthday:  24 February, 1955
Bio:  My name is Roberto Dario Frassinetti. Art & Antique Dealer & Journalist. My friends all call me Bob Frassinetti. ( ex Mount St. Mary's College (UK) ) I in my early fifties and because I love art and antiques Ie been developing several collectibles oriented projects and Developments

 

Interests:  The first project: The Buenos Aires Toy Museum, I began to work on was the oy museum I found myself finding in flea markets, fairs and old toy shops beautiful and rare toys made in Argentina about which there was no information available. I looked everywhere until I found out that I couldn find it ause it didn exist. All the amazing Argentine made toys I collected were made during the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s, and unlike other countries in the world who worry about their history and cultural legacy, we s a society- have let them in forget. So at the same time I collected vintage and antique toys I began to develop a research group who was in charge of finding all loose pieces available to complete the puzzle of the Argentinean toy industry history. The result has been so far not only encouraging but amazing, for besides of understanding the true nature of some of our most marvellous items, Ie had the pleasure of meeting and interviewing many of the most outstanding Argentinean industrials. The Museum has grown ever since I blended the objects with the information about them. And it has become to be the first virtual museum on Argentinean toys in the country and in Latin America. The feedback wee received throughout these incredible years of hard and hearted work have gave us strength and passion to keep on developing what so far is has come to be a brilliant idea. At the same time the Museum grew and I began to discover the richness in Argentina cultural and social history through means of one of its material productions: toys. A ticking question my toy oriented research unveiled was that every culture reflexes their vision of the world through their objects, and I found out that many American models that were been produced in Argentina were been adapted to the Latin American cultural public. So I began to wonder about how an immigrant built country objects would reflect this, and it has been quite a great surprise, the blend of the indigenous, colonial and immigrant cultures is superb down here and the objects these past generations have left us are outstanding. This is how ArtDealer,The Buenos Aires ArtDealer, as a cultural and collectibles project began. My initial knowledge of art and antiques, and my experience with cultural research at the Museum were the foundation for Art Dealer to begin to grow. At the same time, as I kept on travelling through the bewitching scenarios of the beautiful Argentina I began to understand a bit more about that eclectic and gorgeous culture that intrigued me so much about the objects of our forefathers. Precious treasures. Hidden under the everyday life chores. To me this has been a discovering experience that has filled me with joy, and keeps on surprising me every day as a young child who begins to open up to the world marvels. When Argentina, during the 2001 crisis, began to open up to travellers from all over the world, who were coming to discover this wonderful place, I thought I had to share my experience with those who cherished culture, travelling, and discovering as much as I did. I also thought that if I were to travel overseas I love to do it the way the saying says: When in Rome, you do what Romans doand nothing better than a Roman to show you how. To share my knowledge and discoveries, I design custom made tours, not only ause I like to work on a personal basis, but because I deeply believe each of us is unique and has different interests and passions and mass produced standard culture leaves out ome times- very important things. And for Buenos Aires, as every other metropolis has something to offer to each and every one of us, likewise Argentina. Seven years have gone by now since Ie began to picture this broad cultural project, and each and every one of the days Ie worked to develop my idea have been amazing, with its ups and downs, inputs and changes of direction. I very glad and grateful to be able to do what I love most and to be able to share it with others who, as myself find this lifetime experience unique and beautiful. 
 

 

Favorite Links 
All about Art and Antiques as well as travel information for Buenos Aires and Argentina
The Buenos Aires Toy Museum, Argentina
The Buenos Aires Art Dealer

Posted by bob frassinetti at 3:46 PM

eBay and MercadoLibre with Bob Frassinetti

Work with me from eBay and all the way with Mercado Libre here in Argentina as well as other Countries in South America.

 
Interested in Mercado Libre here in Argentina, I can help you. Press this Link
 
 
 

 

 

 

 Everything and anything from Art to Antiques to Vintage Items like Motorcycles nad Classic Cars, Steam and Old Iron Tractors, we alaso Export, Frassinetti.Biz

Interested in Mercado Libre here in Argentina, I can help you. Contact me direct by PM or email: admin@frassinetti.com 

 

FACE BOOK: Bob Frassineti.  

 

Emial: admin@frassinetti.com 

 

Welcome to Travel Argentina for Antiques and Art

Welome art and antique dealers and travellers looking for information on Buenos Aires and all Argentina,...

Location:  La Lucila, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Born/ Birthday:  24 February, 1955
Bio:  My name is Roberto Dario Frassinetti. Art & Antique Dealer & Journalist. My friends all call me Bob Frassinetti. ( ex Mount St. Mary's College (UK) ) I in my early fifties and because I love art and antiques Ie been developing several collectibles oriented projects and Developments

 

Interests:  The first project: The Buenos Aires Toy Museum, I began to work on was the oy museum I found myself finding in flea markets, fairs and old toy shops beautiful and rare toys made in Argentina about which there was no information available. I looked everywhere until I found out that I couldn find it ause it didn exist. All the amazing Argentine made toys I collected were made during the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s, and unlike other countries in the world who worry about their history and cultural legacy, we s a society- have let them in forget. So at the same time I collected vintage and antique toys I began to develop a research group who was in charge of finding all loose pieces available to complete the puzzle of the Argentinean toy industry history. The result has been so far not only encouraging but amazing, for besides of understanding the true nature of some of our most marvellous items, Ie had the pleasure of meeting and interviewing many of the most outstanding Argentinean industrials. The Museum has grown ever since I blended the objects with the information about them. And it has become to be the first virtual museum on Argentinean toys in the country and in Latin America. The feedback wee received throughout these incredible years of hard and hearted work have gave us strength and passion to keep on developing what so far is has come to be a brilliant idea. At the same time the Museum grew and I began to discover the richness in Argentina cultural and social history through means of one of its material productions: toys. A ticking question my toy oriented research unveiled was that every culture reflexes their vision of the world through their objects, and I found out that many American models that were been produced in Argentina were been adapted to the Latin American cultural public. So I began to wonder about how an immigrant built country objects would reflect this, and it has been quite a great surprise, the blend of the indigenous, colonial and immigrant cultures is superb down here and the objects these past generations have left us are outstanding. This is how ArtDealer,The Buenos Aires ArtDealer, as a cultural and collectibles project began. My initial knowledge of art and antiques, and my experience with cultural research at the Museum were the foundation for Art Dealer to begin to grow. At the same time, as I kept on travelling through the bewitching scenarios of the beautiful Argentina I began to understand a bit more about that eclectic and gorgeous culture that intrigued me so much about the objects of our forefathers. Precious treasures. Hidden under the everyday life chores. To me this has been a discovering experience that has filled me with joy, and keeps on surprising me every day as a young child who begins to open up to the world marvels. When Argentina, during the 2001 crisis, began to open up to travellers from all over the world, who were coming to discover this wonderful place, I thought I had to share my experience with those who cherished culture, travelling, and discovering as much as I did. I also thought that if I were to travel overseas I love to do it the way the saying says: When in Rome, you do what Romans doand nothing better than a Roman to show you how. To share my knowledge and discoveries, I design custom made tours, not only ause I like to work on a personal basis, but because I deeply believe each of us is unique and has different interests and passions and mass produced standard culture leaves out ome times- very important things. And for Buenos Aires, as every other metropolis has something to offer to each and every one of us, likewise Argentina. Seven years have gone by now since Ie began to picture this broad cultural project, and each and every one of the days Ie worked to develop my idea have been amazing, with its ups and downs, inputs and changes of direction. I very glad and grateful to be able to do what I love most and to be able to share it with others who, as myself find this lifetime experience unique and beautiful. 
 

 

Favorite Links 
All about Art and Antiques as well as travel information for Buenos Aires and Argentina
The Buenos Aires Toy Museum, Argentina
The Buenos Aires Art Dealer

Posted by bob frassinetti at 3:45 PM
eBay and Mercado Libre with Bob Frassinetti
Topic: Bob Frassinetti

eBay and MercadoLibre with Bob Frassinetti

Work with me from eBay and all the way with Mercado Libre here in Argentina as well as other Countries in South America.

 
Interested in Mercado Libre here in Argentina, I can help you. Press this Link
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

Emial: admin@frassinetti.com 

 

Welcome to Travel Argentina for Antiques and Art

Welome art and antique dealers and travellers looking for information on Buenos Aires and all Argentina,...

Location:  La Lucila, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Born/ Birthday:  24 February, 1955
Bio:  My name is Roberto Dario Frassinetti. Art & Antique Dealer & Journalist. My friends all call me Bob Frassinetti. ( ex Mount St. Mary's College (UK) ) I in my early fifties and because I love art and antiques Ie been developing several collectibles oriented projects and Developments

 

Interests:  The first project: The Buenos Aires Toy Museum, I began to work on was the oy museum I found myself finding in flea markets, fairs and old toy shops beautiful and rare toys made in Argentina about which there was no information available. I looked everywhere until I found out that I couldn find it ause it didn exist. All the amazing Argentine made toys I collected were made during the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s, and unlike other countries in the world who worry about their history and cultural legacy, we s a society- have let them in forget. So at the same time I collected vintage and antique toys I began to develop a research group who was in charge of finding all loose pieces available to complete the puzzle of the Argentinean toy industry history. The result has been so far not only encouraging but amazing, for besides of understanding the true nature of some of our most marvellous items, Ie had the pleasure of meeting and interviewing many of the most outstanding Argentinean industrials. The Museum has grown ever since I blended the objects with the information about them. And it has become to be the first virtual museum on Argentinean toys in the country and in Latin America. The feedback wee received throughout these incredible years of hard and hearted work have gave us strength and passion to keep on developing what so far is has come to be a brilliant idea. At the same time the Museum grew and I began to discover the richness in Argentina cultural and social history through means of one of its material productions: toys. A ticking question my toy oriented research unveiled was that every culture reflexes their vision of the world through their objects, and I found out that many American models that were been produced in Argentina were been adapted to the Latin American cultural public. So I began to wonder about how an immigrant built country objects would reflect this, and it has been quite a great surprise, the blend of the indigenous, colonial and immigrant cultures is superb down here and the objects these past generations have left us are outstanding. This is how ArtDealer,The Buenos Aires ArtDealer, as a cultural and collectibles project began. My initial knowledge of art and antiques, and my experience with cultural research at the Museum were the foundation for Art Dealer to begin to grow. At the same time, as I kept on travelling through the bewitching scenarios of the beautiful Argentina I began to understand a bit more about that eclectic and gorgeous culture that intrigued me so much about the objects of our forefathers. Precious treasures. Hidden under the everyday life chores. To me this has been a discovering experience that has filled me with joy, and keeps on surprising me every day as a young child who begins to open up to the world marvels. When Argentina, during the 2001 crisis, began to open up to travellers from all over the world, who were coming to discover this wonderful place, I thought I had to share my experience with those who cherished culture, travelling, and discovering as much as I did. I also thought that if I were to travel overseas I love to do it the way the saying says: When in Rome, you do what Romans doand nothing better than a Roman to show you how. To share my knowledge and discoveries, I design custom made tours, not only ause I like to work on a personal basis, but because I deeply believe each of us is unique and has different interests and passions and mass produced standard culture leaves out ome times- very important things. And for Buenos Aires, as every other metropolis has something to offer to each and every one of us, likewise Argentina. Seven years have gone by now since Ie began to picture this broad cultural project, and each and every one of the days Ie worked to develop my idea have been amazing, with its ups and downs, inputs and changes of direction. I very glad and grateful to be able to do what I love most and to be able to share it with others who, as myself find this lifetime experience unique and beautiful. 
 

 

Favorite Links 
All about Art and Antiques as well as travel information for Buenos Aires and Argentina
The Buenos Aires Toy Museum, Argentina
The Buenos Aires Art Dealer

Posted by bob frassinetti at 3:43 PM
Friday, 14 September 2018

............... bicicletas y motos eléctricas finalmente se encuentran comprendidas dentro de las categorías. Ya no solo se habla de cilindrada, sino también de potencia en kw y de velocidades máximas. Esto hace que proyectos como la Jules Cycle, de nuestro queridísimo Washington Perez, sea considerado una motocicleta eléctrica y no una bici -entendible siendo que está inspirada en una Indian TT Racer de 1911- y que para subirse a una Voltu V1R, uno de los proyectos argentinos más ambiciosos, haya que tener una licencia de la nueva categoría A.4, igual que un CBR 600RR, también comprensible siendo una moto que tiene más torque que cualquiera a la que nos hayamos subido alguna vez y desarrolla 200 km/h.

En ningún momento se menciona la entrada en vigencia de este decreto. Si bien normalmente es al siguiente día hábil de su publicación en el Boletín Oficial, creemos que en este caso va a llevar un tiempo más largo de implementación.

 

 CATEGORÍAS DE VEHÍCULOS

Queda comprendida dentro de la definición de bicicleta aquella con pedaleo asistido, entendiéndose por tal al vehículo propulsado en forma principal por mecanismos con el esfuerzo de quien lo utiliza, y como propulsión auxiliar, está equipado con un motor eléctrico. En ningún caso, deberán superar como potencia máxima continua nominal los CERO COMA CINCO KILOWATTS (0,5 kW), ni desarrollar una velocidad superior a los VEINTICINCO KILÓMETROS POR HORA (25 km/h), conforme lo determinado para la categoría L de vehículos;

Queda comprendida la motocicleta de DOS (2) o TRES (3) ruedas de hasta CINCUENTA CENTÍMETROS CÚBICOS (50 c.c.) de cilindrada o con un motor eléctrico cuya potencia máxima continua nominal no supere los CUATRO KILOWATTS (4 kw.), que no excedan, en ambos supuestos, los CINCUENTA KILÓMETROS POR HORA (50 km/h) de velocidad;

Quedan comprendidos en la definición los vehículos automotores de DOS (2) o TRES (3) ruedas asimétricas (motocicleta con sidecar) con un motor de combustión interna de más de CINCUENTA CENTÍMETROS CÚBICOS (50 c.c.) de cilindrada o con un motor eléctrico de potencia máxima continua nominal superior a CUATRO KILOWATTS (4 kw), que pueda desarrollar, en ambos casos, velocidades superiores a CINCUENTA KILÓMETROS POR HORA (50 km/h);

Quedan asimismo comprendidos los cuatriciclos, entendiéndose por tales a los vehículos automotores de CUATRO (4) ruedas, con un motor cuya potencia máxima neta para motores a combustión o potencia máxima continua nominal para motores eléctricos, sea inferior o igual a QUINCE KILOWATTS (15 kw) y cuya masa en vacío sea inferior o igual a CUATROCIENTOS KILOGRAMOS (400 kg) con la posibilidad de que, si se trata de vehículos destinados al transporte de mercancías, alcance sin superar los QUINIENTOS CINCUENTA KILOGRAMOS (550 kg). Dicha masa máxima no incluye la masa de las baterías, para los vehículos con motorización eléctrica. En ambos tipos de motorización los vehículos pueden ser provistos con cabina (cabinados). Estos vehículos deben cumplir con los requisitos aplicables a los vehículos de TRES (3) ruedas (ANEXO del presente régimen – Categoría L7 IF-2018-00849518-APN-SECGT#MTR).

Inclúyense dentro de la calificación de cuatriciclo a los cuatriciclos livianos, entendiéndose por tales a los vehículos automotores de CUATRO (4) ruedas, que desarrollen velocidades inferiores o iguales a CINCUENTA KILÓMETROS POR HORA (50 Km/h), con una cilindrada inferior o igual a CINCUENTA CENTÍMETROS CÚBICOS (50 c.c.) para motores de combustión interna o, en el caso de motores eléctricos, con una potencia máxima continua nominal inferior o igual a CUATRO KILOWATTS (4 kw.) y cuya masa en vacío sea inferior o igual a TRESCIENTOS CINCUENTA KILOGRAMOS (350 kg). Dicha masa máxima no incluye la masa de las baterías en los vehículos con motorización eléctrica. En ambos tipos de motorización los vehículos pueden ser provistos con cabinas (cabinados). Estos vehículos deben cumplir con los requisitos aplicables a los vehículos de TRES (3) ruedas (ANEXO A del presente régimen– Categoría L6).

Quedan asimismo comprendidos en la presente definición los triciclos, entendiéndose por tales a los vehículos automotores de TRES (3) ruedas simétricas respecto del eje longitudinal, cabinados o no, que puedan desarrollar una velocidad superior a CINCUENTA KILÓMETROS POR HORA (50 km/h) y posean una cilindrada superior a CINCUENTA CENTÍMETROS CÚBICOS (50 c.c.) para motores de combustión interna o cuya potencia máxima continua nominal sea superior a CUATRO KILOWATTS (4 kW) en el caso de motores eléctricos;

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CLASES DE LICENCIAS

Clase A.1: Ciclomotores, para menores a partir de los DIECISÉIS (16) años

Clase A.2: Motocicletas, ciclomotores, triciclos y cuatriciclos sin cabina (no cabinados) de hasta CIENTO CINCUENTA CENTÍMETROS CÚBICOS (150 c.c.) de cilindrada o de hasta ONCE KILOWATTS (11 kW) de potencia máxima continúa nominal si se trata de motorización eléctrica;

Clase A.3: Motocicletas de más de CIENTO CINCUENTA CENTÍMETROS CÚBICOS (150 cc) y hasta TRESCIENTOS CENTÍMETROS CÚBICOS (300 c.c.) de cilindrada o de más de ONCE KILOWATTS (11 kW) y hasta VEINTE KILOWATTS (20 kW) de potencia máxima continua nominal si se trata de motorización eléctrica. A los efectos de obtener esta clase de licencia para conducir se debe acreditar poseer una habilitación previa de DOS (2) años para conducir vehículos de la clase A.2., excepto los mayores de edad según lo establecido por el Código Civil y Comercial de la Nación.

Clase A.4: Motocicletas de más de TRESCIENTOS CENTÍMETROS CÚBICOS (300 c.c.) de cilindrada o de más de VEINTE KILOWATTS (20 kW) de potencia máxima continúa nominal si se trata de motorización eléctrica, con una cilindrada de hasta SEISCIENTOS CENTÍMETROS CÚBICOS (600 c.c.) o con una potencia máxima continúa nominal de hasta CUARENTA KILOWATTS (40 kW). A los efectos de obtener esta subclase de licencia para conducir se debe acreditar poseer una habilitación previa de DOS (2) años para conducir vehículos de la clase A.3., excepto los mayores de edad según lo establecido por el Código Civil y Comercial de la Nación.

Clase A.5: Motocicleta de más de SEISCIENTOS CENTÍMETROS CÚBICOS (600 c.c.) de cilindrada o de más de CUARENTA KILOWATTS (40 Kw) de potencia máxima continua nominal si se trata de motorización eléctrica. A los efectos de obtener esta clase de licencia para conducir se debe acreditar poseer una habilitación previa de DOS (2) años para conducir vehículos de la clase A.4., excepto los mayores de edad según lo establecido por el Código Civil y Comercial de la Nación.

Clase A.6: Motocicletas, ciclomotores, triciclos y cuatriciclos contemplados en los puntos precedentes, de cualquier cilindrada si se trata de motorización a combustión o de cualquier potencia si se trata de motorización eléctrica, utilizados para el transporte de cualquier actividad comercial e industrial.

Habilitaciones Especiales: Se otorgarán habilitaciones especiales para conducir en el territorio nacional, bajo la modalidad que determine la AGENCIA NACIONAL DE SEGURIDAD VIAL, a extranjeros, sean residentes permanentes, temporarios o transitorios, de acuerdo a lo previsto en los convenios internacionales.

También se otorgarán habilitaciones especiales a diplomáticos, previa acreditación de tal función por parte del MINISTERIO DE RELACIONES EXTERIORES Y CULTO, a través de su organismo competente, las que deberán incluirse en la licencia nacional de conducir junto a la categoría que habilitan.

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RESPONSABILIDAD SOBRE LA SEGURIDAD

Para poder ser librados al tránsito público y autorizarse su comercialización, todos los vehículos automotores, acoplados y semiacoplados, de producción seriada y CERO KILOMETRO (0 KM), ya sean fabricados en el país o que se importen, deberán contar con la respectiva Licencia de Configuración de Modelo (LCM) y la Licencia de Configuración Ambiental (LCA) para los aspectos de emisiones contaminantes, ruidos vehiculares y radiaciones parásitas; emitidos por las respectivas autoridades competentes.

La SECRETARÍA DE INDUSTRIA Y SERVICIOS del MINISTERIO DE PRODUCCIÓN, en relación a la LCM, la SECRETARÍA DE CONTROL Y MONITOREO AMBIENTAL del MINISTERIO DE AMBIENTE Y DESARROLLO SUSTENTABLE, en relación a la LCA, y la SECRETARÍA DE GESTIÓN DE TRANSPORTE del MINISTERIO DE TRANSPORTE, son las autoridades competentes en materia de fiscalización de las disposiciones reglamentarias de los artículos 28 a 33 de la Ley N ° 24.449, quedando facultadas para dictar las normas complementarias y aplicar las sanciones por infracción a las obligaciones establecidas en el presente, relativas al incumplimiento de cualquiera de las condiciones para la obtención de la LCM y la LCA y lo dispuesto en el ANEXO P, Procedimiento para otorgar la Licencia de Configuración de Modelo (LCM) y la Licencia de Configuración Ambiental (LCA).

Para obtener la L.C.M. y la L.C.A., la fábrica terminal o el representante importador deberá presentar una solicitud de acuerdo al procedimiento establecido en el Anexo P del presente decreto. A este efecto, la fábrica terminal debe hacer constar en la solicitud, con carácter de declaración jurada, el cumplimiento satisfactorio de todas las normas específicas relativas a requerimientos de seguridad activa y pasiva, y ambientales, exigidas por esta reglamentación.

Presentadas las solicitudes y reunidos los requisitos establecidos en la presente reglamentación, las Autoridades Competentes expedirán las licencias correspondientes (LCM y/o LCA), que autorizarán la comercialización del modelo del vehículo, acoplado o semiacoplado.

Las autopartes componentes del vehículo quedan certificadas con la L.C.M. del vehículo, acoplado o semiacoplado que se trate.

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CONDICIONES DE SEGURIDAD

Las bicicletas y las bicicletas con pedaleo asistido, estarán equipadas con elementos retro-reflectivos en pedales y ruedas, para facilitar su detección durante la noche. El color rojo podrá utilizarse sobre las superficies que sean vistas sólo desde la parte posterior. El nivel de retro-reflexión de los elementos que se utilicen, deberá ajustarse como mínimo, a los coeficientes de la norma IRAM 3952/84, según sus métodos de ensayo.

Las bicicletas y las bicicletas con pedaleo asistido, deberán cumplir los requisitos técnicos establecidos en las normas IRAM correspondientes o aquellas que determine la Autoridad de Aplicación ante ausencia de una norma IRAM específica.

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REQUISITOS PARA AUTOMOTORES

Todos los modelos de los vehículos de las categorías L, M y N, dispondrán de espejos retrovisores con las características y especificaciones establecidas en el Anexo B – “Especificaciones Técnicas y Procesos de Ensayos” del presente régimen.

Todos los vehículos automotores, deben tener un dispositivo de señalización acústica que se ajuste a los niveles sonoros máximos admisibles en función de la categoría de vehículo, de acuerdo a las características y especificaciones establecidas en el referido Anexo B.

Todos los modelos de vehículos de las categorías L, M y N, con excepción de las categorías L1 y L4 en los casos que se especifiquen a continuación, deberán contar con:

TABLERO E INSTRUMENTAL- (No aplica para la categoría L1).
CUENTA KILÓMETROS (ODÓMETRO) (No aplica para la categoría L1)
VELOCÍMETRO (No aplica para la categoría L1).
INDICADORES DE LUZ DE GIRO (No aplica para las categorías L1 y L4)
INDICADORES DE LUCES DE POSICIÓN (No aplica para categorías L1 y L4).
INDICADORES DE LUCES ALTAS. (No aplica para categorías L1 y L4).

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REQUISITOS PARA CIRCULAR

El incumplimiento de las disposiciones de este artículo impide continuar la circulación hasta que sea subsanada la falta, sin perjuicio de las sanciones pertinentes.

Portar la Licencia Nacional de Conducir o la Licencia Nacional habilitante (LNH) otorgada conforme el presente régimen. En caso de pérdida, robo o cambio de jurisdicción, se entregará en reemplazo otra, por lo que le resta de vigencia.

Portar la cédula de Identificación del Automotor, de acuerdo con las características que al efecto disponga la DIRECCIÓN NACIONAL DE LOS REGISTROS NACIONALES DE LA PROPIEDAD DEL AUTOMOTOR Y DE CRÉDITOS PRENDARIOS. La legítima tenencia de la misma será suficiente acreditación del uso legal del vehículo por cualquier conductor, sin que pueda serle impedida la circulación salvo que haya sido obtenida mediante robo, hurto, engaño o abuso de confianza u otras excepciones que establezca la Autoridad de Aplicación del presente.

La posesión del comprobante de seguro obligatorio vigente diseñado por la SUPERINTENDENCIA DE SEGUROS DE LA NACIÓN. La vigencia del mismo corresponderá al período indicado en su texto, el cual será anual salvo las excepciones reglamentariamente previstas. Ello será prueba suficiente de la vigencia del seguro obligatorio de automotores previsto en el artículo 68 de la Ley Nº 24.449 no siendo exigible la portación del recibo de pago de la prima del seguro obligatorio.

La placa identificatoria de dominio debe ajustarse a las características que disponga la DIRECCIÓN NACIONAL DE LOS REGISTROS NACIONALES DE LA PROPIEDAD DEL AUTOMOTOR Y DE CRÉDITOS PRENDARIOS

Los ciclomotores no pueden llevar carga ni pasajeros con un peso superior a CUARENTA KILOGRAMOS (40 kg) y los pasajeros siempre deben viajar con casco reglamentario

Las motocicletas de DOS (2) ruedas no deben transportar más de UN (1) acompañante, el cual debe ubicarse siempre detrás del conductor, ni llevar carga superior a los CIEN KILOGRAMOS (100 kg)

En el caso de ciclomotores, motocicletas, triciclos y cuatriciclos -inclusive livianos- sus ocupantes, deberán llevar puestos cascos normalizados con visera -asumimos que quisieron decir con visor- o, en su defecto, con anteojos. Si estos vehículos poseen cabinas no requerirán ni cascos ni anteojos.

Casco de seguridad para motocicleta: elemento que cubre la cabeza, integralmente o en su parte superior, para protegerla de eventuales golpes. Deben cumplir las definiciones, especificaciones y ensayos establecidos en el Anexo C del presente régimen.

Interiormente debe llevar una etiqueta claramente legible que diga: “Para una adecuada protección este casco debe calzar ajustadamente y permanecer abrochado durante la circulación. Cuando el casco ha soportado un fuerte golpe debe ser reemplazado, aún cuando el daño no resulte visible. Estará diseñado para absorber un impacto a través de su destrucción o daño, de conformidad con las especificaciones del ANEXO C del presente régimen

El fabricante debe efectuar los ensayos establecidos en el ANEXO C del presente régimen, e inscribir en el casco en forma legible e indeleble: su marca, nombre y domicilio, número de inscripción en el Registro Oficial correspondiente, país de origen, mes y año de fabricación y tamaño. También es responsable (civil y penalmente) el comerciante que venda cascos que no se ajusten a la normativa vigente.

El casco deberá contar con la identificación de dominio del motovehículo, adherida en letras y números reflectantes, sin que coincida con el color de fondo del casco.

La dimensión mínima de cada letra y número será de TRES CENTÍMETROS (3 cm) de alto, DOS CENTÍMETROS (2 cm) de ancho y el ancho interno de cada letra y número de CERO COMA CINCO CENTÍMETROS (0,5 cm).

La identificación dominial será adherida en los laterales derecho e izquierdo del casco reglamentario, debiendo dicha identificación ser indeleble e inviolable, de conformidad con las características técnicas establecidas.

Anteojos de seguridad:

j.2.1. Se entiende por tal el armazón sujeto a la cabeza que cubre el hueco de los ojos con elementos transparentes, que los proteja de la penetración de partículas o insectos;

j.2.2. La transparencia no debe perturbar la visión ni distorsionarla, ni causar cansancio, de conformidad con la norma IRAM 3621-8: “Protectores Oculares” y sus complementarias y/o modificatorias y/o las que en su futuro las reemplacen o modifiquen.

La profundidad mínima de los canales de la banda de rodamiento es de UNO CON SEIS DÉCIMAS DE MILIMETRO (1,6 mm). En neumáticos para motocicletas la profundidad mínima será de UN MILÍMETRO (1 mm) y en ciclomotores de CINCO DÉCIMAS DE MILÍMETRO (0,5 mm).

Las bicicletas de cualquier tipo, incluso con pedaleo asistido, los ciclomotores, motocicletas, triciclos y cuatriciclos, inclusive los livianos, en todos los supuestos no cabinados, no pueden circular asidos de otros vehículos o enfilados inmediatamente tras otros automotores.

Está prohibido circular sin casco en ciclomotores, motocicletas, triciclos, y cuatriciclos, incluso livianos, cuando transiten por zonas de circulación segura, excepto que los vehículos posean cabinas o jaulas anti vuelco.

Está prohibido la circulación de los vehículos definidos en el Anexo A del presente régimen, que se corresponden con las Categorías: L6(b) y L7(b) por autopistas, semiautopistas, autovías o rutas.


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