Proposal to restrict use of the colour green exclusively to the marking belt route indicators.
Draft proposal prepared by the STCBC informal group concerning the approval of built-in Child Restraint Systems installed in vehicles of categories M2 and M3 class B and class III with regard to the securing of children from 40-150 cm in forward facing [and rearward facing] vehicle seats.
The prescription given in paragraph 3.5.2., which will be implemented through document WP.29/2022/7/Rev.1 adopted by WP.29, contradicts the previously existing prescription in paragraph 3.2.9. This proposal aims to resolve the contradiction by amending paragraph 3.5.2. to introduce a reference to the prescriptions given in paragraph 3.2.9.
Proposal to extend the scope of the speed category E to align with the technical evolution of agricultural and forestry vehicles.
Proposal to delete obsolete footnotes concerning worn tyre wet grip and approvals under UN R117 coincident with approvals under UN R54. The 04 series of amendments to UN R117 introduces the requirements on adhesion of tyres in worn state on wet surfaces for tyres within the scope of UN R54.
Proposal to explicitly allow other technical measurement solutions of the tyre overall width by removing the words “by calliper”, add the definition of “special tyre”, clarify the definition of “snow tyre”, to enable the case of a “special tyre” fulfilling the definition of a “snow” tyre, clarify application of the suffix “M/C”, and make editorial corrections and clarifications.
Proposal to correct some references, which need to be updated as a consequence of document WP.29/2020/70, adopted at the June 2020 WP.29 session, notably
Proposal to amend the extended mobility tyre (EMT) symbol following the detection of dimensional inconsistencies within the International Organization for Standardization Working Group (ISO) TC31/SC3/WG19, where the dimension “0,33h” was judged wrong and constituting an unnecessary over constraint and to amend the inflation value to be used for the tyre conditioning when assessing the “flat tyre running mode” of “run flat tyres” and of “extended mobility tyres”.
Proposal to clarify the scope and application of the regulation.
Proposal to improve the Appendix 2 Annex 3 for assessing robustness against false reaction, to introduce new provisions for automatic deactivation of AEBS, and to improve the text in other instances.
Proposal to introduce provisions under a car-to-bicycle test scenario.
Proposal for alternative language regarding markings to avoid use of the term “moulded” which could be interpreted as a technical design restriction and to add a reference to “log-skidder” tyres.
Input concerning the review of existing UN Regulations and Global Technical Regulations with regard to their application to vehicles equipped with Automated Driving Systems.
Guidance from GRVA regarding the review of WP.29 regulations for applicability to vehicles equipped with driving automation systems.