The proposal would delete redundant words to improve brevity and clarity.
26. The expert from ETRTO introduced GRRF-74-03, proposing minor amendments to Regulation No. 106. GRRF agreed to reconsider an amended proposal specifically to ensure that “CFO” and “CHO” do not become mandatory markings contrary to previous GRRF intention. GRRF agreed to reconsider this proposal with minor amendments and requested the secretariat to distribute it as an official document at the September 2013 session of GRRF.
27. The expert from EC introduced GRRF-74-27 and some questionnaires (GRRF-74-28, GRRF-74-29 and GRRF-74-30), informing GRRF about activities in the European Union on Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) for trucks and coaches. GRRF welcomed the initiative by the EC and their efforts in sharing and transparency at this early stage. The expert from OICA proposed to provide the information available, to directly contact the consultants in these activities and to clarify the timeline for collecting the information.