Speedy runways, tough vehicles, and the smell of gasoline in the air – technically, go-kart racing is great fun and an exhilarating adrenalin rush. But do go-karts and their racetracks fulfill strict safety requirements? We audit and certify go-kart centers and vehicles in accordance with the DIN EN 16230-1 and DIN EN 16230-2 norms and test your employees’ qualification at the same time. We will also support you during the planning and design of new go-kart racetracks – right up to successful completion of the regulatory permit procedure.
An internationally recognized test mark from TÜV Rheinland lets you:
We will conduct an on-site survey of your center. Following positive evaluation in our report, we will then issue you with the certificate. The audit is based on the DIN EN 16230-1 and DIN EN 16230-2, DIN EN 16230-1 norms on basics for go-karts. Norm-approved karts have a maximum length of 2.20 meters and width of between 1.10 and 1.50 meters. It has a maximum speed of 65 km/h and the tank’s maximum capacity is 8 liters. The DIN EN 16230-2 standard determines specifications for the go-kart track. Per 30-meter stretch, a norm-approved track can operate one kart at most.