Definitions in Regulations under the responsibility of GRRF
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List of terms defined in regulations under the purview of the Working Party on Brakes and Running Gear presented to facilitate discussions on the harmonization of such terms and definitions.

Reference Number: GRRF-78-04
Regarding:
RE3
Date: 27 August 2014
Related Documents:
GRRF-83-05 | Tyre category definitions and requirements for tyre use on roads under winter conditions
Discussion(s):
Working Party on Brakes and Running Gear | Session 78 | 16-19 Sep 2014

51. The secretariat recalled the ongoing discussion on definitions, acronyms, abbreviations and symbols used in regulations. The secretariat announced that the relevant documents (based on GRRF-76-03 and GRRF-78-04) were added to the definitions page on the WP.29 website.

57. Following the suggestion of the WP.29, the secretariat introduced GRRF-78-04 containing a list of definitions in the Regulations under the responsibility of GRRF. The Chair of GRRF recalled GRRF‑76‑03 and noted that no follow-up action was defined. The secretariat announced that it was looking for a central and suitable location on the website to collect this useful information.

66. The secretariat reported that GRSP was using the abbreviation “VSF” as “Vehicle Seat Fixture” and proposed to stop using “VSF” as “vehicle stability function”. GRRF didn’t support this idea as “VSF” was not only used as an abbreviation but also VSF is part of an approval mark for certain vehicles type-approved according to Regulation No. 13.

Working Party on Brakes and Running Gear | Session 79 | 16-20 Feb 2015

51. The secretariat recalled the ongoing discussion on definitions, acronyms, abbreviations and symbols used in regulations. The secretariat announced that the relevant documents (based on GRRF-76-03 and GRRF-78-04) were added to the definitions page on the WP.29 website.

57. Following the suggestion of the WP.29, the secretariat introduced GRRF-78-04 containing a list of definitions in the Regulations under the responsibility of GRRF. The Chair of GRRF recalled GRRF‑76‑03 and noted that no follow-up action was defined. The secretariat announced that it was looking for a central and suitable location on the website to collect this useful information.

66. The secretariat reported that GRSP was using the abbreviation “VSF” as “Vehicle Seat Fixture” and proposed to stop using “VSF” as “vehicle stability function”. GRRF didn’t support this idea as “VSF” was not only used as an abbreviation but also VSF is part of an approval mark for certain vehicles type-approved according to Regulation No. 13.

Working Party on Brakes and Running Gear | Session 80 | 15-18 Sep 2015

51. The secretariat recalled the ongoing discussion on definitions, acronyms, abbreviations and symbols used in regulations. The secretariat announced that the relevant documents (based on GRRF-76-03 and GRRF-78-04) were added to the definitions page on the WP.29 website.

57. Following the suggestion of the WP.29, the secretariat introduced GRRF-78-04 containing a list of definitions in the Regulations under the responsibility of GRRF. The Chair of GRRF recalled GRRF‑76‑03 and noted that no follow-up action was defined. The secretariat announced that it was looking for a central and suitable location on the website to collect this useful information.

66. The secretariat reported that GRSP was using the abbreviation “VSF” as “Vehicle Seat Fixture” and proposed to stop using “VSF” as “vehicle stability function”. GRRF didn’t support this idea as “VSF” was not only used as an abbreviation but also VSF is part of an approval mark for certain vehicles type-approved according to Regulation No. 13.