Session 176 | Geneva | 12-16 Nov 2018
UN R11 Door LatchesWP.29/2018/127 | Proposal to amend the transitional provisions in order to explicitly confirm that under the new guidelines on UN Regulation procedures (documents WP.29/2017/107 including Corrigendum 1 and Addendum 1), approvals granted under the preceding series of amendments will continue to be accepted. This amendment thus confirms the understanding that the new procedures apply only to new approvals and do not affect previous approvals. 11 21 17371 1075
UN R16 Safety belt systemsWP.29/2018/128 | Proposal to correct an oversight by adding the minimum requirement for at least a two-point lap belt (Br3, Br4m, Br4Nm) for use with rearward facing child restraints for M<sub>3</sub> as is already the case for M<sub>2</sub> vehicles. 16 27 17372 1075
UN R16 Safety belt systemsWP.29/2018/129 | Proposal to correct an oversight by adding the minimum requirement for at least a two-point lap belt (Br3, Br4m, Br4Nm) for use with rearward facing child restraints for M<sub>3</sub> as is already the case for M<sub>2</sub> vehicles. 16 27 17373 1075
UN R16 Safety belt systemsWP.29/2018/141 | Proposal to:<ol class="alpha"><li>harmonize airbag warning labels regarding the correct use of a child restraint system in a seating position equipped with an activated frontal airbag in order to prohibit the display of additional information unrelated to child safety, and</li><li>clarify that only a 3-point-belt shall be permitted for the driver seating position in order to address differing interpretations among Technical Services regarding which requirements apply for driver position seat-belt approval.</li></ol>As from 1 September 2020, authorities will not be obliged to accept applicable type approvals to the preceding series of amendments that were first issued on or after 1 September 2020. As from 1 September 2022, they will not be obliged to accept any applicable approvals to the preceding series. These transitional provisions only apply to vehicles equipped with airbags. Approvals for seat belt and restraint systems remain valid. 16 27 17400 1075
UN R17 Strength of SeatsWP.29/2018/142 | Proposal to require seat belt components such as retractors to remain functional if damaged during the load-retention test according to Annex 9 of UN R17. Such components have occasionally been damaged during testing such that their functionality has been impaired. In order to ensure adequate occupant safety, this proposal would require all safety-belt components to be included in the test installation and require post-test inspection to confirm the continued functionality. The transitional provisions phase in the new requirements during September 2020-September 2022. 17 28 17401 1075
UN R24 Diesel Engine EmissionsWP.29/2018/143 | Proposal to align UN R24 (Compression Ignition Engines – Emission of Visible Pollutants – Power Measurement) with UN R85 with regard to correction factors. 24 35 17402 1075
UN R29 Commercial Vehicle CabsWP.29/2018/130 | Proposal to introduce installation specifications for securing a cab mounted on a vehicle to the test rig for tests B and C, as is currently provided for test A, under UN R29. This proposal aims to improve repeatability and reproducibility while allowing more flexibility in permitting the use of rigid composite blocks and/or (adjustable) metal brackets in securing the vehicle in the place of the wooden block presently prescribed in Figure 1. 29 40 17374 1075
UN R34 Fuel TanksWP.29/2018/120 | Proposal to clarify the test requirements in alignment with the French text of the regulation by amending paragraph 5.10 to read "Tanks shall be installed in such a way as to be protected from the consequences of a collision to the front or the rear of the vehicle. There shall be no protruding parts, sharp edges, etc. near the tank." The proposal aims to clarify the inspection of potentially protruding parts around the tanks in order to ensure their integrity in the event of a collision. 34 45 17397 1075
UN R34 Fuel TanksWP.29/2018/121 | Proposal to clarify the test requirements in alignment with the French text of the regulation by amending paragraph 5.10 to read “Tanks shall be installed in such a way as to be protected from the consequences of a collision to the front or the rear of the vehicle. There shall be no protruding parts, sharp edges, etc. near the tank.” The proposal aims to clarify the inspection of potentially protruding parts around the tanks in order to ensure their integrity in the event of a collision. 34 45 17398 1075
UN R37 Filament LampsWP.29/2018/83 | Proposal to align the approval code for light sources approved according to Regulation No. 37 with the approval number as prescribed by Revision 3 of the 1958 Agreement, schedule 4. Parallel proposals have been submitted with regard to UN R99 and R128. 37 48 17414 1075
UN R43 Safety GlazingWP.29/2018/122 | Proposal to amend Annex 7 (laminated-glass panes), inserting a new paragraph 6 to allow optional 2,260 g ball test and headform test for laminated-glass panes. The proposal adds the marking “/D” to signify laminated-glass panes subjected to the 2,260 g ball test and the headform test. The proposal aims to enable the approval of laminated-glass panes with improved mechanical properties, especially as designed for front, exterior, forward-facing glazing of the upper deck of a double-deck vehicle. 43 54 17366 1075
UN R44 Child Restraint SystemsWP.29/2018/131 | Proposal to harmonize airbag warning labels regarding the correct use of a child restraint system in a seating position equipped with an activated frontal airbag in order to prohibit the display of additional information unrelated to child safety. 44 55 17375 1075
UN R46 Indirect VisionWP.29/2018/123 | Proposal to clarify that overlays may only be used to convey “safety-related rearward vision information.” The proposal addresses confusion regarding circumstances under which the provision of information through overlays is permissible. The proposal also amends the French text. The overall proposal aims to make clear that overlays may convey safety information regarding the rearward environment of the vehicle and are not necessarily limited only to when the vehicle is moving in reverse. The proposal also aims to restrict the information to rear-vision safety. Other information, not related to the rear view, should never appear within the defined field of view. The proposal also corrects the omission of Class VII devices from the communication form described under Annex 3 of the regulation, as previously adopted for Revisions 5 and 6. 46 57 17367 1075
UN R48 Installation of LightingWP.29/2018/84 | Proposal to enable approval of side-marker and position lamps with regard to switching requirements when mutually incorporated. Vehicles include designs where lamps wrap around vehicle corners. In cases where optional side-marker lamps are grouped with a position lamp that is reciprocally incorporated with the direction indicator, it should be possible to switch off the side-marker lamp (as can be done with the position lamp) in order to improve conspicuity of the direction indicator. The proposal also defines specifications for the design and operation of external status indicators for Vehicle Alarm Systems (VAS), Alarm Systems (AS) and immobilizers under UN R48 pursuant to provisions of UN R97 and R116. The proposal also corrects and clarifies the following:<ul><li>para. 5.7.2.1. editorial alignment of text with current terminology</li><li>replace undefined "effective outlet" terminology with defined "apparent surface" reference</li><li>reintroduction of missing reference to "transverse plane" in paras. 5.10.1. and 5.10.2.</li><li>para. 6.2.9. and related subsequent paragraphs to clarify the application of the 2000 lumen criteria</li><li>para. 6.26.9.2. to correct a cross-reference with UN R23</li><li>measurement of the minimum height in relation to the ground for dipped beam headlamps (para. 5.8.2).</li></ul> 48 59 17417 1075
UN R48 Installation of LightingWP.29/2018/85 | Proposal to define specifications for the design and operation of external status indicators for Vehicle Alarm Systems (VAS), Alarm Systems (AS) and immobilizers under UN R48 pursuant to provisions of UN R97 and R116. Proposal also to address inconsistencies, clarify text, and correct terminology in Regulation No. 48:<ul><li>para. 5.7.2.1. editorial alignment of text with current terminology</li><li>replace undefined "effective outlet" terminology with defined "apparent surface" reference</li><li>reintroduction of missing reference to "transverse plane" in paras. 5.10.1. and 5.10.2.</li><li>para. 6.2.9. and related subsequent paragraphs to clarify the application of the 2000 lumen criteria</li><li>para. 6.26.9.2. to correct a cross-reference with UN R23.</li></ul> 48 59 17418 1075
UN R67 LPG EquipmentWP.29/2018/124 | Proposal to define visibility requirements for external gas containers and their accessories to facilitate periodic inspections. From 1 September 2020, Contracting Parties may refuse approvals under the 01 series issued after 1 September 2020. 67 78 17368 1075
UN R74 Moped LightingWP.29/2018/88 | Proposal to enable the installation of Class B devices approved under UN R112 as headlamps. 74 85 17421 1075
UN R83 Motor Vehicle EmissionsWP.29/2018/144 | Proposal to modify the Constant Volume Sampling system temperature sensor time response requirement. 83 94 17403 1075
UN R83 Motor Vehicle EmissionsWP.29/2018/145 | Proposal to modify the Constant Volume Sampling system temperature sensor time response requirement. 83 94 17404 1075
UN R83 Motor Vehicle EmissionsWP.29/2018/146 | Proposal to modify the Constant Volume Sampling system temperature sensor time response requirement. 83 94 17405 1075
UN R83 Motor Vehicle EmissionsWP.29/2018/147 | Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>clarify the fuel tank capacity restriction for mono-fuel gas vehicles (insertion of word "nominal" in definition of “mono-fuel gas vehicle”;</li><li>modify the Constant Volume Sampling system temperature sensor time response requirement;</li><li>allow the use of WLTP-based Ki and Deterioration Factors (DF) as well as On-Board Diagnostics (OBD) demos under UN R83 to permit use of WLTP methods and test results under UN R83;</li><li>align the definitions for bi-fuel vehicles align with the new definitions in UN GTR 15,</li><li>amend paragraph 5.3.1.2.4. to recognize that particulate pollutant emissions measurements are no longer limited to compression ignition vehicles;</li><li>introduce provisions for reagent tank specifications and limits for triggering warning and driver inducement systems.</li></ol> 83 94 17406 1075
UN R83 Motor Vehicle EmissionsWP.29/2018/148 | Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>clarify the fuel tank capacity restriction for mono-fuel gas vehicles (insertion of word "nominal" in definition of “mono-fuel gas vehicle”;</li><li>modify the Constant Volume Sampling system temperature sensor time response requirement;</li><li>allow the use of WLTP-based Ki and Deterioration Factors (DF) as well as On-Board Diagnostics (OBD) demos under UN R83 to permit use of WLTP methods and test results under UN R83;</li><li>align the definitions for bi-fuel vehicles align with the new definitions in UN GTR 15,</li><li>amend paragraph 5.3.1.2.4. to recognize that particulate pollutant emissions measurements are no longer limited to compression ignition vehicles;</li><li>introduce provisions for reagent tank specifications and limits for triggering warning and driver inducement systems.</li></ol> 83 94 17407 1075
UN R94 Frontal Collision ProtectionWP.29/2018/132 | Proposal to harmonize airbag warning labels regarding the correct use of a child restraint system in a seating position equipped with an activated frontal airbag in order to prohibit the display of additional information unrelated to child safety. 94 105 17380 1075
UN R95 Lateral Collision ProtectionWP.29/2018/133 | Proposal to clarify the conditions where a door is deemed to be open under UN R95. Technical Services have interpreted the definition of “open” under paragraph 5.3.1. differently, resulting in divergent outcomes. The proposed definitions are taken from UN Regulation No. 135 Revision 1. The proposal reduces the force level from 500 N to 400 N for the test to open the door. 95 106 17381 1075
UN R99 Gas-discharge Light SourcesWP.29/2018/89 | Proposal to align the approval code for light sources approved according to Regulation No. 99 with the approval number as prescribed by Revision 3 of the 1958 Agreement, schedule 4. Parallel proposals have been submitted with regard to UN R37 and R128. 99 110 17415 1075
UN R100 Electric Powertrain VehiclesWP.29/2018/134 | Proposal to amend the transitional provisions in order to explicitly confirm that approvals granted prior to the respective supplements to the 01 and 02 series of amendments and the establishment of the new guidelines on UN Regulation procedures (documents WP.29/2017/107 including Corrigendum 1 and Addendum 1) will continue to be accepted. This amendment confirms the understanding that the new procedures apply only to new approvals and do not affect previous approvals. 100 111 17382 1075
UN R100 Electric Powertrain VehiclesWP.29/2018/135 | Proposal to amend the transitional provisions in order to explicitly confirm that approvals granted prior to the respective supplements to the 01 and 02 series of amendments and the establishment of the new guidelines on UN Regulation procedures (documents WP.29/2017/107 including Corrigendum 1 and Addendum 1) will continue to be accepted. This amendment confirms the understanding that the new procedures apply only to new approvals and do not affect previous approvals. 100 111 17383 1075
UN R101 CO2 Emissions/Fuel ConsumptionWP.29/2018/149 | Proposal to allow the usage of WLTP-based Ki and Deterioration Factors (DF) as well as On-Board Diagnostics (OBD) demos under UN R101. The proposal allows the use of the more robust WLTP and eases testing burdens by allowing manufacturers to use WLTP test results for UN R101. 101 112 17408 1075
UN R101 CO2 Emissions/Fuel ConsumptionWP.29/2018/150 | Proposal to explicitly specify requirements related to the selection of driving modes for testing of Off-Vehicle Charging Hybrid Electric Vehicles (OVC-HEV) with a mode selection switch. 101 112 17409 1075
UN R105 ADR VehiclesWP.29/2018/126 | Proposal to align UN R105 with provisions adopted by the Working Party on the Transport of Dangerous Goods (WP.15) under the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR), edition 2019. 105 116 17370 1075
UN R110 CNG/LNG System ComponentsWP.29/2018/125 | Proposal to clarify visibility requirements for CNG cylinders, LNG tanks, and their accessories to facilitate external inspections (e.g. for periodic technical inspection). 110 121 17369 1075
UN R128 LED Light SourcesWP.29/2018/90 | Proposal to align the approval code for light sources approved according to Regulation No. 129 with the approval number as prescribed by Revision 3 of the 1958 Agreement, schedule 4. Parallel proposals have been submitted with regard to UN R37 and R99. 128 147 17416 1075
UN R129 Enhanced Child RestraintsWP.29/2018/136 | Proposal to align end-user information provisions with those adopted for UN R44. 129 164 17384 1075
UN R129 Enhanced Child RestraintsWP.29/2018/137 | Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>require that the shoulder strap positioner, if any, and the buckle open independently of each other in order to satisfy the requirement that the buckle can be opened by a single action;</li><li>align end-user information provisions with that adopted for UN R44;</li><li>reinsert text omitted during the transcription of the adopted texts of Supplement 3 to the 01 series of amendments and Supplement 2 to the 02 series of amendments; and</li><li>harmonize airbag warning labels regarding the correct use of a child restraint system in a seating position equipped with an activated frontal airbag in order to prohibit the display of additional information unrelated to child safety.</li></ol> 129 164 17385 1075
UN R129 Enhanced Child RestraintsWP.29/2018/138 | Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>require that the shoulder strap positioner, if any, and the buckle open independently of each other in order to satisfy the requirement that the buckle can be opened by a single action;</li><li>align end-user information provisions with that adopted for UN R44;</li><li>reinsert text omitted during the transcription of the adopted texts of Supplement 3 to the 01 series of amendments and Supplement 2 to the 02 series of amendments; and</li><li>harmonize airbag warning labels regarding the correct use of a child restraint system in a seating position equipped with an activated frontal airbag in order to prohibit the display of additional information unrelated to child safety.</li></ol> 129 164 17386 1075
UN R129 Enhanced Child RestraintsWP.29/2018/139 | Proposal to<ol class="alpha"><li>require that the shoulder strap positioner, if any, and the buckle open independently of each other in order to satisfy the requirement that the buckle can be opened by a single action;</li><li>align end-user information provisions with that adopted for UN R44;</li><li>reinsert text omitted during the transcription of the adopted texts of Supplement 3 to the 01 series of amendments and Supplement 2 to the 02 series of amendments; and</li><li>harmonize airbag warning labels regarding the correct use of a child restraint system in a seating position equipped with an activated frontal airbag in order to prohibit the display of additional information unrelated to child safety.</li></ol> 129 164 17387 1075
UN R132 Retrofit EmissionsWP.29/2018/151 | Proposal to align UN R132 with the 05 series of amendments to Regulation No. 96. 132 139 17410 1075
UN R137 Frontal Impact ORSWP.29/2018/140 | Proposal to harmonize airbag warning labels regarding the correct use of a child restraint system in a seating position equipped with an activated frontal airbag in order to prohibit the display of additional information unrelated to child safety. 137 204 17399 1075
UN R11 Door LatchesWP.29/2018/155 | Proposal to align the French text with the English version. 11 21 17431 1075
UN R14 Safety-Belt/ISOFIX AnchoragesWP.29/2018/156 | Proposal prepared by the secretariat to correct and improve the quality of the image of Figure 1a of Annex 5. 14 25 17432 1075
UN R60 Motorcycle ControlsWP.29/2018/152 | Proposal to align the Russian text with the English version. 60 71 17411 1075
UN R110 CNG/LNG System ComponentsWP.29/2018/153 | In the absence of complete harmonization with ISO 11439, this proposal recommends that Table 6.4 of UN R110 should be amended by the following for CNG-1 designs:<ol class="alpha"><li>Delete A.17, A.25, and A.7 since they do not match the tests specified in paragraph 7.5 on Cylinder design qualification tests</li><li>Add A.15 and A.6 since they do match the tests specified in paragraph 7.5 on Cylinder design qualification tests</li><li>Add A.24 because paragraph 6.9 on Fire protection requires all PRDs on all cylinder types to comply with A.24.</li></ol> 110 121 17412 1075
UN R121 Hand Controls, Tell-tales and IndicatorsWP.29/2018/154 | Proposal to align the Russian text with the English version. 121 132 17430 1075