Clause 1: Relevant liability – Trailer: the MIB is now required to meet the requirements arising from the use of a decoupled trailer, i.e. an out-of-control trailer. Until now, the requirement only extended to trailers that were being towed. The claim must arise from the use of the trailer as a trailer and not from a use that has nothing to do with its primary function. In practice, claims arising, for example, from a fleeing hamburger van will be rare. . Clause 8: Promotion of exclusion: the exclusion provided for in clause 6 (1) (e) of the 1999 Agreement, which denies compensation to a claimant if he is knowingly transported in a vehicle for the purpose of promoting a criminal offence or avoiding lawful arrest, has been annulled. . . .